28 February 2011 By Adam Morgan
21 July 2010 Adam and family survive 90 degree heat and melting tarmac in a car hire queue in the South of France to learn some valuable lessons about convenience, usefulness and generosity in digital age.
12 July 2010 Depressed but determined, Liv learns some local lessons for National success from Astrologer Russell Grant and our Jude from eatbigfish.
24 June 2010 by Olivia Knight
04 June 2010 by Adam Morgan
25 May 2010 After a visit to Zappos HQ in Las Vegas Mark looks at ‘The Cult of Zappos’, its roots in rave culture, and how it might transform capitalism!
14 May 2010 Olivia Knight asks some questions about how beliefs are being used (and sometimes misused) today and how we might sharpen and utilise our own beliefs better in the future.
12 May 2010 Brett explores how Chinese Challenger Li-Ning is taking on the two global sports giants.
06 May 2010 Dave Hieatt, co-founder of the Do Lectures explains to The Challenger Project how, when it comes to inspiring action, you need to start with words.
30 April 2010 Gill Ereaut from Linguistic Landscapes argues that Saying is Doing – and that understanding the way your language habits are constraining you can free you up to think and act differently. First day at your new job – and something just don’t sound right It’s Day One in your new company and you’ve hit the ground running. Introductions, conversations, meetings… you’re absorbing information, getting a feel for the place, meeting some great people. But something else is happening. Today, and for the next few weeks only, you’re aware of the strange way this organisation speaks. Your new company operates the same sector as your last place, but it all sounds different.
23 April 2010 Tom Ford shares the secret of silent storytelling with Adam and gives us some lessons in catwalk communication. A few weeks ago I went to see Tom Ford speak about his first film, A Single Man. The critic of The Times was on stage with him, asking him about the making of the film, and his vision for it, and at the end they turned it over to the audience for questions. So I stuck my hand up.