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  • Shift Happened. Shift's Happening. Shift Will Happen. But it's all about conversation.  More
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  • Caring, AKA 'giving a crap': Why it can make all the difference in our connected world.  More
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  • How to be as welcome as a wet dog in a wedding gown shop (Part 1 - just 3 points*)  More
  • Here's a little Ding Dong Merrily to Wish You a Hopeful Christmas.  More
  • Shift Happened. Shift is Happening Again. ALT Shift (Arts, Learning, and Technology) 2010.  More
  • Ian Aspin's bio. About Reallygood Thinking.  More
  • Sweeten your life with the 'Domino Effect'.  More
  • Ian Aspin's video & video blogs for Reallygood Thinking  More
  • Re:Publish A road-map for broken publishers  More
  • How come no cats or dogs showed up to hear Sir Ken Robinson at Shift Happens?  More
  • Have the balls to stand for something and let it shape your future. Plus, signing a book deal.  More
  • The one ingredient that's absolutely essential for understanding anyone.  More
  • My Dark Age: Have you ever woken someone up, just to see if they're still alive? Why we must be grateful for our real connections.  More
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IAN ASPIN

  • Ian AspinLocation: Lancaster Lake District, UK
  • Bio: I’m passionate about my work:TV journalist, producer, presenter, business ideas person. I care about: family, friends, helping people, finding meaning, running