Posts Tagged ‘ people ’

Good Vs Evil

Ideas

Cool self-promotion…

Via @jamiepither

Against Bullying

The girl you just called fat? She’s been starving herself and has lost 15kgs. The boy you just called stupid? He has a learning disability and studies 4hrs a night. The girl you just called ugly? She spends hours putting makeup on hoping people will like her. The boy you just tripped? He is already abused enough at home.

There’s more to people than you think.

Post this on your page if you’re against bullying.

Language And Human Nature

Life

The real circle of life…

Word on the street

Jay-Z has jumped the pond and come over to London town to collaborate on some new material for his new album with long-time friend, Kanye West. During his UK stay, Jay’s been ‘promoting’ Decoded pages of his forthcoming book all over the city and beyond. The pages highlight some early career experiences he had in the UK, including a pivotal moment in his career when he broke the mold of the Glastonbury Festival. Get the clues at bing.com/jay-z.

It is a powerful and creative campaign, connecting with the people on the street in a very direct and engaging way. Perfectly executed, it encapsulates every aspect and dynamic of the street; creating a powerful and growing buzz, generating hype and conversation, and imprinting an identity to the streets of London in an open and raw manner.

Decode what you can.

The pages keep appearing, so keep your eyes peeled for the next fix…

Appreciation

Appreciation is something that passes most of us by while we’re busy making plans, busy working, busy meeting friends and busy doing something. We don’t always take a moment to appreciate what we have. We spend more time thinking of the things we don’t.

Someone once gave me an example of this, in a very simple and basic way…

When someone offers you chips, you think about how much better they would be with salt. When someone offers you chips with salt, you think about how much better they would be with mayonnaise. But at no point do you stop to appreciate what is given. We just don’t do that.

And that’s something so small and meaningless, but it’s the principal that is so powerful.