If you delve a little more and look into how The Beatles were formed and how they came to be so successful, you soon start to see some patterns emerge — patterns we can all use as lessons in life. Here’s 5 of them…
I’ll miss reading about his adventures that filled me with a yearning to ‘be like Bourdain’ but will be forever grateful for the inspiration and lessons he, unknowingly, taught us. Here’s four of them…
I’m sitting in a bistro. I’ve started to realise that coffee shops — or bistros like this one — bring me to a secret intersection where my productivity and creativity meet. It’s the shop that brings me to this intersection and not the coffee itself.
The ephemeral world we now live in, where news is outputted faster than it has ever been before, means it’s a lot easier for ‘smartphone reporters’ to take photos in an instant, as opposed to a publication hiring a photographer to do the job.
As soon as I stepped into Nashville airport, Music City embraced me in a hug of country music and icons. The airport is like no other I’ve seen before, with the sounds of Johnny Cash serenading the air around me and a bunch of bars that hold some envy-worthy Gibson guitars.
There’s an old Scottish legend that tells the story of a giant who was buried in the earth and his thumb can still be seen today; if the legend is to be believed then it means that the Old Man of Storr in Scotland’s Isle of Skye is, indeed, that thumb.
Apparently there’s a genuine psychological disorder called, ‘Paris Syndrome’. It’s said that Paris Syndrome is the result of disappointment when tourists visit Paris and find it to not live up to their expectations.