I am not one for too many resolutions and definitely not keen on revolutions. Revolutions are always driven by the idea that there is an idealised utopia available and achievable, but which can only be reached by destruction of all the values of the past. Nothing is ever simple in this way. Life is full of complex relationships, promises, commitments, desires and motivations.
The Moon is not an easy subject to photograph. As with most large but distant objects, unless you have a lens with a decently high focal length and zoom it can appear a bit disappointing in images.
I was musing about career change this week, as you might expect. Looking back, and leaving out occasional fill-in jobs and stopgaps, I find I am now entering into my fourth career. All the changes have been brought about by shifting circumstances. On reflection I could perhaps have made more of the first, as an academic.
Followers will know that I have been a consultant for around five years. It has been a creative and fruitful time; I have worked with many interesting and talented people, supported many tremendous projects and teams, and been stunned by the commitment of the students I have taught.
Last year, I developed an introduction to threshold concepts for the Higher Education Academy. It is now available online: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/knowledge-hub/reflecting-threshold-concepts-introductory-tool Let me know what you think. I am always happy to talk about the applications of threshold concepts in education and for development in business settings. Contact me for more information.