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  • On losing a friend. What will we leave behind?  More
  • TED Inspiration & Shoot the Summer  More
  • A Life Less Selfish. Plus, Do the Green Thing: My Video Chat with Andy Hobsbawm.  More
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  • How to be Cooler than a Siberian Sunbather when it comes to Twitter Lists (or Anything Else!).  More
  • Caring, AKA 'giving a crap': Why it can make all the difference in our connected world.  More
  • ATTENTION ALL EMERGING SUPERHEROES! It's a great time to be on this planet: there’s so much to be done.  More
  • How to be as welcome as a wet dog in a wedding gown shop (Part 1 - just 3 points*)  More
  • Forget perfect. Go for remarkable. Oh, and when we see these words hanging out together, we'll get a big stick and smash 'em to bits.  More
  • Here's a little Ding Dong Merrily to Wish You a Hopeful Christmas.  More
  • Reject Rejection and Keep on Caring  More
  • How the hell did I get so lucky?  More
  • How many chances did we grab by the whatsits today? None? We could be boring ourselves to death.  More
  • Ian Aspin's bio. About Reallygood Thinking.  More
  • The Age of Absurdity: We're in it, but we don't have to buy into it!  More
  • Ian Aspin's video & video blogs for Reallygood Thinking  More
  • How come no cats or dogs showed up to hear Sir Ken Robinson at Shift Happens?  More
  • Have the balls to stand for something and let it shape your future. Plus, signing a book deal.  More
  • The one ingredient that's absolutely essential for understanding anyone.  More
  • My Dark Age: Have you ever woken someone up, just to see if they're still alive? Why we must be grateful for our real connections.  More
  • Eleven absolutely unbreakable commandments for connecting with people, online and off.  More
  • The ONLY absolutely unshakeable system that can save us and reboot the world.  More
  • Intro to the Series: Good Lives in a Tech-Mediated World?  More

 

IAN ASPIN

  • Ian AspinLocation: Lancaster Lake District, UK
  • Bio: I’m passionate about my work:TV journalist, producer, presenter, business ideas person. I care about: family, friends, helping people, finding meaning, running