Blog - Eli Trier
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Ah, Stephen King. The nights I have stayed up, gleeful with terror, absorbed in the products of your dark imagination. But, it is not so much his stupendous gift for story-telling that made me add him to this list. It has more to do with...

Leonie Dawson is the ultimate business hippy. She is an artist, a writer, a coach and a mentor who manages to have a multiple six-figure business whilst only working 2-3 hours per day and spending the rest of her time making art, playing with her...

Paul Simon is one of my absolute favourite musicians. No matter what the situation or emotion, there is a Paul Simon song to accompany it perfectly. He is one of those people who, over the years, has become part of the fabric of who I...

John Steinbeck has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. His incredible book East of Eden is my mum's favourite book, and I remember when I was a teenager, she was desperate for me to read it, but unwilling...

Jonathan Fields has been a huge inspiration to me - not least because of his awesome web-tv show called Good Life Project. The Good Life Project is a weekly show where Jonathan interviews people who are making waves in the world - in his words:...

David Hockney is wonderful. His art, himself, his ideas - I can't get enough of him. I love his philosophies about creating art, I love his generosity, I love his books, I love his grumpy letters to the Guardian about the government's non-smoking policies, but...