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Connect with some of our favourite & inspiring humans or at least visit/read/listen to their websites, blogs, podcasts or books. I’ll be adding to this list as we go, feel free to send me any suggestions:
Seth Godin is a best-selling Author, Entrepreneur, Speaker and most of All, A teacher. He has one of the most popular blogs in the world, an awesome podcast, and has written 19 best-selling books. Massive change-maker.
A musician, producer, circus performer, entrepreneur, TED speaker, and book publisher. Monomaniac, introvert, slow thinker, who loves finding a different point of view and constantly blows minds with his brilliant insights.
Author, organizational psychologist, New York Times writer at University of Pennsylvania. Adam studies how we can find motivation and meaning, and lead more generous and creative lives. Has a super podcast called Work Life.
is a human periscope: helping others see things they can’t so that they can change their corner of the world. He has a brilliant blog and podcast called the Long and the Short of It, which you should definitely check out.
I’m a huge fan of podcasts, if only there were more hours in the day to listen. Here are a few of my favourites, in addition to those of some of those from the awesome humans above. Feel free to suggest some of yours (we may all need to forego some sleep to listen to them all.)
I cover a lot of ground here at unmeasured, and there are many areas of expertise I recommend you seek out to engage. From Marketing to the nuances of the business of practice, I recommend chatting to these consultants.
(NB: Whilst I am familiar with these Consultants, you should do your own research to confirm their suitability for your needs.)
Dave Sharp is a marketing coach with a background in architecture. Dave is an expert in all things online architecture marketing, he offers coaching, marketing services, website audits, as well as running regular workshops. He also has an excellent Blog that I recommend subscribing to.
Rachael Bernstone is a journalist, comms advisor to Architects, and an advocate for good design. She work with practice directors and Principal Architects to help them develop a comms strategy that’s focussed on winning new projects and communicating the value of architecture. She also has an excellent Blog and a weekly newsletter (The Drill) summarising the week’s architecture media.
Jennekin Dicks, a past architect who then specialised in management systems and processes for mainly design practices, then beyond. She is a detailed thinker who uses simplicity to build the bigger picture, aiming to help create more capacity for people to do the things they love and value in their work. – “My aim is to help people increase the meaningful productivity in their organisations. This is where our best future lies.”
Marketing plans & archibabble-free copywriting for open-minded architects tired of boring words on their website, who are ready for more meaningful work. She helps architects create the right architecture copy and marketing plan to win their ideal jobs.
These are a few of the extraordinary organisations doing brilliant work across a number of areas, from online learning, to meditation and all manner of support.
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