I moved into a houseboat on the River Thames late last year, and I still haven’t been able shake my amazement at our prime view of the sunrise, creeping up over our stern.
Last year it was a pleasure and a privilege to speak at one of the world’s top Agile conferences: Agile on the Beach (AOTB), in Cornwall, UK. For something different, I shared the stage with my long time colleague and friend, Emily Webber. Over the last couple of years, we have been travelling the world speaking to inventors, creators, builders, learners, strivers, doers & dive-right-in-ers as research for our project, the Minimum Viable Book.
When Jonathan from DareConf first asked me to participate in the event, he revealed he was planning an interview-style session for me rather than a standard slide deck presentation, I was game. Here’s a little write-up of the session and a few things I learned.
Well this is fun, isn’t it? I’ve been blogging in various places for jobs and shared ventures for years, but I’ve never been inspired to start writing my very own blog before. Until now. Hello world!