I went to see Birdman, the superhero black comedy drama film, this week and came away with a real sense of the power of self-talk. In the movie, don’t worry I won’t spoil the plot, the main character, played by Michael Keaton, is a washed up Hollywood actor famous for playing the superhero “Birdman” in his earlier career. Keaton’s character, Riggan, is tormented by the critical voice of Birdman, and the voice is at its loudest when times are particularly challenging for Riggan.
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I read a features piece in the Sunday Times recently on Amanda Palmer... I had never heard of her -she is in fact an American performer who first rose to prominence as the lead singer, pianist and composer of The Dresden Dolls. What interested me was the fact that she has a book coming out shortly called “The Art of Asking” and the title gripped me. The article referred to a Ted talk she did in 2013 on the same topic and so I watched it... a few times in fact.