I was inspired this week by a meeting I went to on e-learning to share the following (short but effective) videos with you.
Here’s the first one (just under 5 minutes). As you’ll see, some of the statistics are already out of date (it’s from 2014) and you might disagree with some of the predictions, but I think it illustrates really well just how fast things are moving…
And, aimed more at the world of business, and only 2½ minutes long, I rather like this one, too:
How great was it to see Matthew Rees help David Wyeth finish the London Marathon yesterday?
If you didn’t see it you can watch it here.
Some have called it the moment that defined the race. Continue reading “Meaningful Moments from This Year’s London Marathon”
I came across an article recently challenging the assumption that everyone should either be in a relationship, or looking for one:
I was really touched by this story in the Mail Online yesterday.
It’s about a bus driver, Damone Hudson from Dayton, Ohio, who was driving over a bridge and saw a woman on the wrong side of the railings. He stopped his bus and got out to talk to her.
He stayed with her until the police arrived to take her to safety and, hopefully, to get some appropriate help. Continue reading ““Ma’am, you look like you’re having a bad day. Can I give you a hug?””