DIG DEEP projects are defined as activities that I (Dan Riddle) engage in for personal/professional/community development (paid or non-paid). The point of this blog is to draw meaning out of some of my personal projects and/or use the projects as a creative opportunity to gather stories/experiences of others (with their permission) to share on the blog.
Dig Deep projects could include but are not limited to the following:
- Professional development activities which provide associated resources that may be of interest to my individual or organisational clients.
- Personal adventures that help sustain my own health and well being, and that may also highlight important life principles/values of interest to others. (such as walking the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea in 2008).
- Community work I am involved in through my sporting or other groups. (e.g well-being group). In these ‘community projects’ I try to find opportunities to merge my personal interests with others who are also trying to promote well-being/education or community support.