Alison Jones on the Creative Slurp Podcast

Alison Jones, author of Exploratory Writing and This Book Means Business, is a guest on the Creative Slurp Podcast.

Can a pen and paper change your life? With publisher Alison Jones

Can a pen and a scrap of paper change your life? Alison Jones thinks so. Over 30 years in the publishing industry she’s helped hundreds of authors to publish their books and knows a bit about getting your story down on paper.

Alison Jones in CEOWorld Magazine

‘Exploratory writing isn’t just helpful when you’re facing uncertainty or challenging decisions – it’s also an excellent practice to embed into your day as a space for reflection and self-development.’ 

Alison Jones, author of Exploratory Writing and This Book Means Business, is featured in CEOWORLD magazine.

The six-minute leadership practice that might surprise you – CEOWORLD magazine

Here’s a question: where do you speak about strategy issues when you don’t know exactly what it is you want to say? Certainly not in the board room or at a company presentation. Probably not even in front of your senior leadership team or even in a one-to-one meeting with a key report.

Alison Jones on the Talking Through My Hat Podcast

Alison Jones, author of Exploratory Writing and This Book Means Business, is a guest on the ‘Talking Through My Hat’ Podcast.

Passion and working on your business (Alison Jones interview)

In this week’s episode, Alison Jones and I talk about how important it is to work on your business as well as in it – that is, to plan carefully. But even more, how passion and fun can drive you to success while making sure you enjoy the journey.

Alison Jones in Personal Excellence, HR.com

‘…exploratory writing is one of the most powerful tools for taking on some of the most profound issues we face as human beings in a complex, disrupted, technology-led world.’

Alison Jones, author of Exploratory Writing and This Book Means Business, is featured in the November issue of Personal Excellence

Things You Can Do In Six Minutes

What can you do in six minutes? Make a cup of coffee. Check social media. Knock out 20 press-ups-all good ideas. But here are some even better ones: Solve a problem. Mend a relationship. Improve your well-being. Calm your anxiety. Come up with a new idea. Sound a bit ambitious?

Alison Jones will be chairing a panel at the Harpers Bazaar ‘Bazaar At Work Summit 2022’

On Monday 21st November, Alison Jones (author of Exploratory Writing and This Book Means Business) will be chairing a panel on cultivating resilience at the Harpers Bazaar ‘Bazaar At Work Summit’ – guests include Baroness Ruth Davidson, former leader of the Conservatives in Scotland, Professor Lucy Easthope, the co-founder of the After Disaster Network, and Farzana Baduel, CEO of Curzon PR.  Other guests include Britain’s fastest woman, Dina Asher-Smith, Dr. Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE, space scientist and broadcaster, and many more.

Bazaar At Work Summit 2022

The Bazaar At Work Summit returns for 2022 – early-bird tickets now on sale When and where Location Kimpton Fitzroy London Hotel 1-8 Russell Sq London WC1B 5BE United Kingdom About this event 7 hours 10 minutes Mobile eTicket Join us this November for the 2022 edition of the Bazaar At Work Summit, our annual event bringing together professional women from all walks of life.

Alison Jones in Authority Magazine

Authority Magazine

‘Start so small that you can’t fail, then build on the success gradually. Each success activates those reward endorphins that create the neurological habit-building loop.’

Alison Jones, author of Exploratory Writing and This Book Means Business, is interviewed by Jake Frankel as part of Authority Magazine’s series about ‘Morning Routines and Habits Of Highly Successful People’.

Alison Jones Of Practical Inspiration Publishing On The Morning Routines and Habits Of Highly…

An Interview With Jake Frankel. “Alison Jones Of Practical Inspiration Publishing On The Morning Routines and Habits Of Highly…” is published by Authority Magazine in Authority Magazine.

Alison Jones’s TEDx talk goes live

Alison Jones, founder of Practical Inspiration Publishing and author of Exploratory Writing (forthcoming), is now officially a TEDx speaker – her talk ‘Let’s Rethink Writing’ has now been released on the official TEDx channel.

Watch the talk here, and discover a new way of thinking about writing….

Alison Jones named one of the world’s Top 20 Book Coaches

Alison Jones Coaching Foundation award

The Coaching Foundation has named Alison Jones, founder of Practical Inspiration Publishing, as one of the top 20 book coaches in the world.

The Top Book Coaches In 2022

Blog ” Top Coaches ” The Top Book coaches / 10th February 2022 A book coach is a person who helps you structure and writes your book. One might be having problems finishing their book or getting it in great shape. Your book coach is a person who is detached from your book.

Alison Jones is named as TEDxNorthwich speaker

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Alison Jones, author of This Book Means Business and Exploratory Writing (forthcoming) and founder of Practical Inspiration Publishing, has been named as one of the speaker line-up for this year’s TEDxNorthwich event on 23 April 2022.

Speakers

Featuring an inspiring line-up of speakers with a diverse range of talks, to open your mind to new ideas, challenge your thoughts and spark conversation, we invite you to join us. Tickets are limited to just 100 which not only makes it a special and intimate evening but also one you will want to get your tickets quickly for.

PI founder Alison Jones in Training Journal

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Of course you write at work all the time, but have you discovered the power of exploratory writing yet? Alison Jones shares why all businesses should embrace this lightweight, offline tool for creativity and wellbeing.

Writing – a powerful self-reflection tool

We’ve known for many years that reflection is a key part of learning. When you’re in formal study, for example CPD or a post-graduate qualification, written reflection is an intrinsic part of the course. At work? Not so much.