11th March 2021 / Alan Moore

Book review of Do Build. How to make and lead a business the world needs

I am deeply grateful of this book review by Richard Brophy. This is my personal reflection on Alan Moore‘s new book for the Do Book Co. series. The book: ‘Do Build: How to make and lead a business the world needs. In this piece I try to situate Alan’s book in my own reflection on the […]

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13th January 2021 / Alan Moore

How to create a business the world needs, a transformative online course

‘How to create a business the world needs’. Based on my forthcoming book ‘Do Build. How to make and lead a business the world needs‘, I’m running a transformative online course at Hawkwood. This programme will help you to create a different type of business: one that will regenerate and restore our economy, our environment, […]

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24th December 2020 / Alan Moore

Do Build. How to make and lead a business the world needs

In March 2021 I am publishing a new book. Do Build. How to make and lead a business the world needs. Paul Hawken writes about Do Build, “This may be the most enlightened, concise, and extraordinary book on business ever written. It could be said that true beauty and business have never met. They do […]

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15th March 2020 / Alan Moore

A story about taking a walk

I offer walking mentoring sessions. This piece about taking a walk with me arrived in my inbox, I wanted to share. Its by Richard Brophy. Original post on Medium Walk with me. It’s the warmest of invitations. Without judgment or agenda. No plan. No KPIs. No whiteboards here. What’s the ROI on a walk in […]

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6th March 2020 / Alan Moore

Beautiful Business Supper Club

Can you believe we at Beautiful.Business are a global community of over 25,000 people and from the messages received over the last few years it seems there is an appetite to explore what a beautiful world might look like. I am thinking about a London supper club where we can, not all 25,000 at once, […]

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22nd November 2019 / Alan Moore

Love the work you do: Blitz Motorcycles

Hugo and Fred build motorcycles. They build them from discarded older motorbikes, curating their builds using the frames, engines, petrol tanks and handlebars from machines of another time. They call their company Blitz — as in giving new life, new energy, new purpose, to old motorcycles. Possessed with an aesthetic vision of how these motorcycles […]

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16th October 2019 / Alan Moore

Do Build: Why Beautiful Businesses are the Future. Workshop

Do Build: Why Beautiful Businesses are the Future. Workshop  Drawing on a lifetime’s experience and practice as a designer, artist and business innovator, Alan Moore will show you how to design and build businesses that are more relevant and needed in the world we all live in today. That build legacy, that go beyond sustainability, […]

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14th October 2019 / Alan Moore

This Beautiful Life. How to design and make one. Workshop

This Beautiful Life. How to design and make one Sat, 8 February 2020 | 09:30 – 16:30 GMT Kettle’s Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge. CB3 OAQ Description What would it mean to live a more beautiful life? How might our work be more beautiful? How might we do things differently? Could beauty help us draw upon […]

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1st October 2019 / Alan Moore

Climate Change is an Opportunity

“That’s what climate change is offering us—a new story about how human beings should interact with each other in this heavenly home called Earth” — Paul Hawken. Paul Hawken is the editor and curator of Project Drawdown. He has inspired both me and my imagination. This is the transcript of an interview where he discusses […]

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9th September 2019 / Alan Moore

Does capitalism need saving from itself?

Does capitalism need saving from itself? My thoughts on Gillian Tett’s article for the Financial Times The business case for beauty Beauty is regenerative The other day a business founder asked me if beauty could help his company become more profitable, I replied, ‘why would you want to do it any other way?’ We need […]

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