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You can't have failed to notice that we love a sketchnote round these parts. So we've decided to turn that passion into something of a public service. Keep your eyes peeled on social media for the latest in our series of #sketchnotes, designed in the studio to share the most valuable nuggets of wisdom we can find.

Seven lessons from Roald Dahl on how to be productive, by Steve Gardem. Source: British Council


The new rules of dining out, by Tony Naylor. Source: Guardian


8 simple tips to maximise career fulfillment, by Gloria Pitagorsky. Source: Mashable


8 tips for keeping your family sage when using internet-connected devices. Source: NSPCC


How to create the perfect password, by Patrick Collinson. Source: The Guardian


The Ethics of Code: Developing AI for Business with 5 Core Principles. Source: Sage


You're not ok? Essential questions to ask yourself before giving up. Source: The Law of Attraction


The six things you need to do to beat jet lag, according to flight attendants, by Alison Millington. Source: Evening Standard


How to live with less plastic. Source: Less Plastic


The 10 reasons animals go extinct, by Bob Strauss. Source: ThoughtCo.


What skills will you need to be employable in 2030? Source: MIT Technology Review


Six filmmaking tips from Charlie Chaplin. Source: One Perfect Shot


David Oglivy on the qualities of creative leaders. Source: Brainpickings


Five ways to keep your business healthy, by Melvin Sanicas. Source: World Economic Forum


Seven things science says predict divorce, by Shana Lebowitz. Source: Evening Standard


Nine poetry-writing tips for kids, by Michael Rosen. Source: The School Run


Five New Year's Resolutions every leader should make, by Sylvia Ann Hewlett. Source: Harvard Business Review


Woody Guthrie's New Year's Rulins. Source: Woody Guthrie


Six tips for a stress-free Christmas. Source: Relate


How to play Santa by the Dean of America's foremost Santa school, Tom Valent. Source: Parade Magazine


The story circle: An adaptation of Campbell's Hero's Journey by Dan Harmon. Source: Channel 101 Wiki


How to make sober guests feel welcome at a party. Source: Lifehacker


Nine habits of productive people, by Ilya Pozin. Source: Forbes


Six ways to survive being taken hostage, by Wallace Zeins. Source: ABC News


Seven signs that a tyrant is trying to hijack democracy, by Robert Reich. Source: Salon


How to raise a brilliant child without screwing them up, by Oliver James. Source: The Guardian

How to raise a brilliant child without screwing them up, by Oliver James. Source: The Guardian



Arianna Huffington's tips for a better night's sleep. Source: ariannahuffington.com

Arianna Huffington's tips for a better night's sleep. Source: ariannahuffington.com


The Firework Safety Code. Source: London Fire Brigade

The Firework Safety Code. Source: London Fire Brigade


Grayson Perry's Lessons in Creativity. Source: The Drum 


How to recognise a fake news story, by Nick Robins-Early. Source: Huffington Post

How to recognise a fake news story, by Nick Robins-Early. Source: Huffington Post


How to be an ally to the women you work with. Source: Leanin.org

How to be an ally to the women you work with. Source: Leanin.org


How to be a better listener, by Mike Myatt. Source: Forbes

How to be a better listener, by Mike Myatt. Source: Forbes


What is worth your worry? Source: You Can Master Life by James Gordon Gilkey via Brainpickings

What is worth your worry? Source: You Can Master Life by James Gordon Gilkey via Brainpickings


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