Why And How To Add Meaning To Your Brand? cc @DanielDennet

It is with these repeated horrific events, like the latest terror attack in Nice, that I hope we are going to have ONE long-term positive effect: . In the face of such wanton barbarity, there is an immediate flush of … Continue reading

Will Meaningfulness Actually Disrupt Business? Finding Your True North

Peace for Paris A photo posted by @jean_jullien on Nov 13, 2015 at 3:05pm PST As I wrote on my personal blog, #ParisAttacks Aftershocks and the Urge to Find Meaning, there seems little doubt that we are going to see a … Continue reading

Maslow’s pyramid of needs… as expressed by this photographer in Syria

I listened yesterday to a Western photographer, whose name has been kept secret out of concern for his safety and who has been working in the government-controlled part of Deir ez-Zor, Syria, give an interview on the BBC. In the … Continue reading

“Rather draw than withdraw” IamCharlie

  My second contribution to the Charlie Hebdo Massacre. #iamcharlie Iamcharlie To all the cartoonists who bring to life the issues and challenge of our daily existence. Here is my first one: “It’s a pen I want, not Le pen”

“It’s a pen I want, not Le pen” #JesuisCharlie

My artistic contribution following the Charlie Hebdo massacre. #JeSuisCharlie BTW The image of the boy on the right was derived from Calvin & Hobbes. See the Gawker story of its origin. The fountain pen is a gorgeous Classic Pens LB2 Kimono Daichi (from … Continue reading

Roma & the GZ Mosque – A Question of National Identity and Signs of Xenophobia

The media on both sides of the Atlantic have been feeding on two separate, but in my mind, related issues: the building of a mosque right nearby Ground Zero and the expulsion of “Roma” gypsies from France.  At the core … Continue reading Continue reading