I’m not perfect

Posted by  admin —September 25, 2010
Filed in Creative Stuff, Yes!And Improv

More brilliance from the ‘not so perfect mind’ of Tim Minchin!

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My introduction to systems thinking – a map by Kielhofner

Posted by  admin —September 23, 2010
Filed in Uncategorized

OT Community Mourns the Loss of Dr. Gary Kielhofner Yolanda writes about the loss of a inspirational man, Gary Kielhofner … “Gary Kielhofner was a remarkable man, a visionary, a passionate scholar. As a beginning scholar, over 30 years ago, he had a dream of advancing the field of occupational therapy in order to assist individuals with chronic health conditions and disability live fulfilling and satisfying lives. His dream became a reality when he crafted the Model of Human Occupation, also known as MOHO. Gary’s work has inspired and impacted the lives of thousands and thousands of therapists, students, clients …

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Dilbert at its best

Posted by  admin —September 15, 2010
Filed in Vizual Thinking

Community and the Caravan Park

Posted by  admin —September 11, 2010
Filed in Just observations, Uncategorized

Since the age if 4, I have been part of many ‘caravan park’ communities. These communities have shaped who I have become and many of my strongest childhood memories include the people and places in them. My parents took my sister and I to caravan parks in Phillip Island then to Inverloch (Victoria) – which we revisited for the next 10 years! Same camping site by the beach, same group of families, same 4 weeks of the year (and the same F&C’s and ice creams at Dutchies). To these caravan parks (which are scattered widely along Australia’s endless coastline) strangers …

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M*A*S*H* Up with Improv, Scientists & Alan Alda

Posted by  admin —August 28, 2010
Filed in Being Present, Creative Stuff, Sustainability, Yes!And Improv

On the eve of a month long trip away, Belina Raffy sent Andy Middleton and I this YouTube video featuring Alan Alda, some scientists and the Centre for Communicating Science – Stony Brook State University (USA). For anyone who has been involved in workshops where I use Improv games, here’s a video to watch. For those who practice the art of Applied Improv with me, you know who you are … I think you’ll like this video. For me, this inspires me to do more and bring the gift of Improv to lives of more people and groups. Enjoy. According …

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