What I did in 2019

I progressed my career… Left BHF after four and a half years, started at BSI, and left BSI. I learned a lot about what kind of organisation and culture I want to work in and how I position myself.

I invested my education and learning… Did a Product Management course at General Assembly and started an MSc in Business Innovation at UCL. My thinking about product, organisational design and innovation has really progressed.

I started listening to podcasts… My favourites are Darknet Diaries, How to be awesome at your job, Freakonomics Radio, Tech For Good Live, Alexa Stop, Akimbo, The Product Experience, Build and All The Responsibility.

I consolidated my website… Moved my blog and website together and added more historic content. But I still have lots more to add.

I did a loop in a stunt plane… It was awesome. If I had the time and the money my number one hobby would be Stunt Plane Pilot.

I visited lots of beaches… Because being by the sea, in places of solace, creates a separation from daily life and helps to settle thoughts.

I saw Pink in concert… She was fantastic.

I experimented… with ways of working and with being more minimalist, more stoic, and a bit anarchist.