Any Given Sunday

By Damian Bradfield

The long game





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Any Given Sunday

November 10 · Issue #22 · View online

A sporadic letter of listening, reading, and watching suggestions.

I just arrived back from a trip to Lisbon. 70,000 people from the tech industry crammed into a sprawling souq mostly discussing the need for ‘long term thinking.’
There isn’t an individual in the creative industry that knows any game plan other than the long game. (I don’t count Insta influencers as creatives.)
Below are some of my favourite creatives (and their recent projects) that understand how hard it is to build trust and how easy it is to lose it.
(You asked for more recommendations and less text.)
Here we go:
📕1 book
I’ve very much enjoyed reading Simon Sinek’s new book. The infinite game. A game I like to try to play and one every really successful business always has.
Read: 240 pages / Buy: Here
📺2 films
If you wanted to give your kids a quick lesson in tax avoidance you should watch The Laundromat. A very simple and light insight into the Panama Papers, shell companies and big business.
‘Reform of America’s broken finance system cannot wait.’ Meryl Streep
Sorry we missed you. Ken Loach hitting hard with a very realistic story about the Gig-Economy.
📻3 podcasts
13 Minutes to the Moon tells the story of the 1969 Apollo 11 lunar landing by unpicking exactly was going on in the 13 minutes just before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the surface of the moon.
The Mysterious Mr.Epstein. A fantastically well produced podcast about one of the worlds greatest scumbags. 
The Missing Crypto Queen. A very sad story of greed, pride and upsettingly; hope. 
🎧1 album
FKA Twigs launched her much anticipated album Magdelene. Twigs, a Catholic school alumnus, explores the ways deeply conservative expectations suppress women. To experience Twigs best you need to watch and listen.
Enjoy here Spotify.
And Lastly
There is an entirely new podcast from WeTransfer called Influence about the history and future of advertising. Featuring my dulcet tones.
And if you aren’t already tired of my voice we have 10 copies of my audiobook to give away. Its first come first serve:
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