Creative Practise

I enjoy learning about things that work and help people to live better lives. We have so many day to day examples of this in daily life – smartphones, apps, microwaves, coffee shops, modern transport, the internet, etc. And then there are the stories of happenstances that should never have seen the light of day, but have again made life better in different ways – the discovery of penicillin and post it notes.

I also enjoy sharing these cool things that I either learn about, or know about. It’s one of the reasons I blog. To make things happen.

So this is an open invitation for the month of February. I’d like to learn about what you’ve done that has been creative, innovative, or somewhere in-between, and has helped make someone’s / some group’s / some organisation’s life better. Interpret that as you will, and cast your net as wide as you’d like. Unashamed plugs for business are welcome, and you can shout about everything you think is necessary. And the creative practise can be about any field of work.

I only have one rule.

It has to tell a compelling story that others can learn from.

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Sukh Pabial

I'm an occupational psychologist by profession and am passionate about all things learning and development, creating holistic learning solutions and using positive psychology in the workforce.

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