In the end, we usually find we want to do what we need to do (even if we’d really rather not) because the pain of not doing it is worse than the pain of doing it. Still with me? Continue reading
We were catching up with the latest Dr Who last night – a brilliant episode in my opinion. In it, the Doctor is wondering out loud about the possibility of creatures that have evolved the ability to hide perfectly. Not just camouflage, but actual invisibility.
How can we be sure they don’t exist? Answer: we can’t.
He gave a couple of other examples of evolution producing perfection, too: Continue reading
It doesn’t mean they don’t try to improve on those areas that aren’t their strengths; they just don’t focus on them.
Instead, they focus on their core abilities, the ones – or the one – that got them where they are. They don’t bemoan the things they aren’t good at; they celebrate the things in which they excel. Continue reading
Just as a cobbler’s children are sometimes said to have the worst shoes and builders’ houses are often in dire need of some TLC, website companies sometimes neglect their own sites in favour of their clients’ needs.
Now, although our website wasn’t bad it had become quite bloated over the years and it was definitely in need of rationalisation and revision. Continue reading