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Keep roamin’ roamin’ roamin’

Keep roamin' roamin' roamin'

SUP on this…

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Shedding cynicism at summer camp

Shedding cynicism at summer camp

Lessons learned from a trip to Happy Startup Summercamp.

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From agency to client and back again

From agency to client and back again

Our newest Stranger Caitlin took her first Feed to reflect on how agencies and clients can play better together. Here’s what she found out…

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Holy hugs and sacred juice

Holy hugs and sacred juice

Could you hug a complete stranger? How about 34 million? We embraced the opportunity to fill a Feed with hugs when spiritual leader Amma came to town…

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The human factor

The human factor

Is it people or methodology that makes for perfect project management?

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Storytelling for a brave new world

Storytelling for a brave new world

Stories have always helped us make sense of the world, but is it time for us to leave behind Shakespeare in search of new narratives?

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Filling up on creativity

Filling up on creativity

Amie took a day away from the Stranger Collective studio to find out more about carving a career path in the creative industries, at This Is It! Here’s what she found out… When I finished my degree I had interviews for internships across the country –the six months unpaid kind. I had absolutely no way […]

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Feeding on Cornish seaweed

Feeding on Cornish seaweed

Discover The Cornish Seaweed Company’s story – from there to here in just 18 months.

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Getting more out of LinkedIn

Getting more out of LinkedIn

From a better profile picture to better connections, we find out how to make LinkedIn your professional networking friend…

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Hushed networking

Hushed networking

  ‘Networking’ is a shiver-inducing word in the Stranger Collective office. We’re not against it, honestly, nor do we dislike talking to strangers. What it boils down to, in essence, is an aversion to strategic ‘banter’ – the painful transparency of what everyone in the room is trying to achieve: the sell. It all just seems […]

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Soft insights, blank paper and socks with coloured heels

Soft insights, blank paper and socks with coloured heels

Thrive conference at Hall for Cornwall had a lot to offer, but the takeaways didn’t just come from the speakers…

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Looking forwards

Looking forwards

Getting thoughts flowing before breakfast with Creative Mornings

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Be remarkable

Be remarkable

A day at David Hieatt’s – Do Lectures founder – provides some food for thought (and tummies)

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The wildlife card

The wildlife card

You could be devilishly handsome, an artistic prodigy or have the singing voice of a young Welsh choir boy, but if you open your mouth and let a flurry of brash, thoughtless sentences pour out, you’re not likely to be thought of favourably. Which is possibly why Kate Moss has kept schtum for such a […]

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Moor scamperings

Moor scamperings

Becky, one of the actors sat on a chair in the middle of Sterts theatre. We, the writers, clustered around her in a semi circle. We watched silently as she became the old lady we’d been shown in the picture. The lady whose arm was held to the sky, asking for something but looking too […]

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A dreaded ‘no’ day

A dreaded 'no' day

Why no isn’t really no, when it comes to writing…

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Endlessly exposed to the wonder of the world

Endlessly exposed to the wonder of the world

Immerse yourself in the refreshing chill of the new and discover difference in the every day…

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