Portfolio

Take a look at some of my most recent and exciting projects. Due to frequently working under non-disclosure agreements, please contact me directly if you wish to see examples of e-learning projects that I have developed.
Write52 newsletter featuring me as guest editor – February 2020
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Guest blog for Freelance Heroes on ‘How Businesses Can Support the Self-Employed and Freelancers at this Challenging Time’. Written to encourage businesses to keep communicating with the freelancers they work with during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Guest blog for the eLearning Network on ‘Developing or maintaining business relationships without face-to-face contact’

Published June 2020

Guest blog for the eLn on ‘Setting your project up for success when using a freelancer’. 

Published Jan 2021.

What purpose drives you and your business?

I often say I kind of fell into self-employment by accident and winged it. That I quit my job not knowing where I was going to go. And all that is true. But on reading the book Story Driven by Bernadette Jiwa, I have realised the truth in why UnlikelyGenius has...

Shit shields at the ready!

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about how editing my upcoming book had created a crisis of confidence. There were cries of “WHY am I even doing this?” and “Who am I to guide anyone in life?”. There was some serious procrastination going on - I was even voluntarily...

Editing a crisis of confidence

Me: Knocks out 47k words of a book, no problem. Had to write a short subtitle for the cover: can’t do it. Gets to self-editing: Oh my god, what even is this shit?   It appears there is nothing as painful as the editing process of writing a book. Not because all...

11 reasons why I have hired someone else to design my book

“You’re not designing it yourself?”   After “what it is about?”, this is the question I am most often asked about my upcoming book.   And when I say no I am met with baffled looks and questioning voices.   “But you’re a designer?”   Yes. Yes, I am....

THE Book of the Year* Coming Soon!

*As voted by me and the rabbits. Many of you will be aware that I am writing a book. “Yeah, Yeah, so is everybody, I hear you cry”. That may well be, but they are not me and it’s not this book, so hear me out. I have been harping on about it for some time as...

The rise of social and collaborative learning

What is social learning? Humans are social creatures. We listen to stories and pass them on. We build communities in which we live, learn, grow and engage with others. We learn from observing our families, friends, siblings and teachers. We listen to and trust our...

eXXpedition voyage

If you’ve seen my social media this last couple of weeks you may have seen that I have some exciting developments in my bid to be more eco-friendly and to inspire others to do the same. A couple of weeks ago I was lucky to secure a place on the latest eXXpedition...

A new look for Unlikely Genius

A couple of weeks ago I released my new improved branding for UnlikelyGenius. I love my business name and feel it absolutely represents me, but though I liked my old logo, I felt it no longer represented me and the business as well as it could. The font choice was too...

10 tips for increasing engagement in your training: 6-10

One of the main principles of UnlikelyGenius is focused on creating enjoyable, inclusive learning for all. One tool to help you do this is to increase engagement in the learning experience. Read part 1 here: 10 tips for increasing engagement in your training: 1-5...

10 tips for increasing engagement in your training: 1-5

One of the main principles of UnlikelyGenius is focused on creating enjoyable, inclusive learning for all. One tool to help you do this is to increase engagement in the learning experience.   Why increase engagement? Sounds like a daft question but too many...