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  • I'm well glad I found Gladwell. Or, how to turn frustration into action.  More
  • On losing a friend. What will we leave behind?  More
  • How I'm learning to not get overwhelmed by infinite opportunities  More
  • TED Inspiration & Shoot the Summer  More
  • Want to live with passion? Follow your DNA.  More
  • Will our digital footprint eventually reveal the truth about us? Or, what will we leave behind?  More
  • 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
  • How I became a runner, lost more than 50 pounds of ugly fat, and turned my life around in just a few months.  More
  • Here's a little Ding Dong Merrily to Wish You a Hopeful Christmas.  More
  • Advice to my younger self, c. 1989 and c. 1999, that's good for 2010 (Part 1).  More
  • How to get a smaller arse, and a nicer personality, in 29 days.  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
  • Stuff Your Stuff!  More
  • Ian Aspin's video & video blogs for Reallygood Thinking  More
  • Re:Publish A road-map for broken publishers  More
  • How the World Cup and Wimbledon might spark a deep and meaningful relationship!  More
  • How come no cats or dogs showed up to hear Sir Ken Robinson at Shift Happens?  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
  • 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