AJ The Sage – 4 Tips for Empaths

SimonEmpath, Experiences, Reviews0 Comments

There’s lots of spiritual/psychic people on YouTube with videos on stuff – Christine Pavlina is one of my favourites. I’m also really enjoying AJ – he’s got a completely different delivery from most people in this space but his message is consistent and concise. Awesome. Wish I’d heard this 30 years ago. And yes, I’ve found myself doing all of … Read More

Music in the Office (and Neurodiversity)

SimonClean Language, Experiences, Neurodiversity1 Comment

There’s an article in The Guardian today about music in the office. I find this kind of discussion fascinating because it is essentially a neurodiversity problem – what works for one person’s brain doesn’t work for another. As a rule, we humans are very prone to assume everyone else’s experience of the world is the same as ours, that everyone … Read More

Christine Pavlina’s Story

SimonExperiences, Intuition, Psychics0 Comments

One of the things I’m hoping to do with this site is to encourage people to get in touch with their psychic intuition. Based on what people have said to me privately, I think there’s a lot of people who would love to be able to be open about their intuitive experiences and views but are afraid to be so for … Read More

The Damage Financial Markets do

SimonCompassion, Culture, Experiences, Strategy0 Comments

We have a long-standing customer in a mature industry. They have been a delight to work with – challenging but interesting, the people we work with have been great, and from a commercial perspective they’ve been firm but fair. We’ve really enjoyed working with them. A few years ago a hedge fund took a large position in them, with the … Read More

A case study of using my intuition

SimonCulture, Experiences, Intuition, Strategy0 Comments

I had a really good intuitive experience a few weeks ago and thought it would helpful to write it up. It isn’t particularly notable from my perspective, but does serve as a nice example of how things work. The problem In the “day job” we’ve been working in the same industry for nearly 20 years. At one level things haven’t … Read More