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Weekly top 5 #42 – The right adventure, language and Scissors

Someone I really respected asked what I was hoping to create for myself professionally? Where do I want to be in 3, 5 or 10 years time? The frightening thing was, I didn’t have an answer… and I still don’t, but it is something I have been working on and it’s slowly taking shape.
Have you thought about what your future look like?


One Article
The Psychology of Language

Not a new new article but very much worth paying attention to. Have you heard how “it’s 55% body language and only 7% what you say?” That’s a myth. You might also want to remove “is” from your everyday speeches, check out the article for WHY.

One Product
Right Angle Scissors

Whoever thinks there are no more opportunities for being innovative need to check these scissors out. Designed by ReExcite these scissors with a slight twist can make a huge difference, specially for those with visual or motor control impairments. What everyday object can you innovate on?

One Adventure
Make sure it’s the right one

For me, this is a slap-in-the-face wake up call. Life is an adventure and you need to be take responsibility in making sure it’s the right one for you. We can’t all be successful chocolateteers, but please don’t go around chasing something you don’t even want.

One Skateboard
that I really need in my life

It’s a real shame we are so far away from Christmas, because this is definitely on my list. The attention and craftsmanship that has gone into designing the user experience for the Boosted Boards only makes me want one even more, only 10 months of pretending to be good to go…

One Website
For DIYers

Another amazing example for creating innovative products that makes perfect sense. Partpic’s pitch is incredibly simple If you need to order an replacement part, simply take a photo of it and it’ll tell you where to get it from!



[Good] I am so blessed to be surrounded by so many amazing people, I honestly have no idea what I have done to deserve these wonderful friends and opportunities.
[Bad] Nothing, not a single thing.