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“Your perspective on life comes from the cage you were held captive in.” ― Shannon L. Alder I remember once on BBC Radio 4’s “Thought for the Day”, the Chief Rabbi once said that the best thing about walls was when you broke them down. With having developed a profound dislike of ‘managerial speak’, I am loath to want to talk of ‘breaking down silos’. I rarely see silos in fact, being based in deepest metropolitan London. Yesterday, I took receipt of an advance copy of “What the hell happened to my brain” by Kate Swaffer. Kate is a friend […]
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