A New Era of Purpose-Driven Business as a Social Enterprise UK Member

WHAT DOES NOT IS OFFICIALLY A SOCIAL ENTERPRISE We’re certifiably out to do good. It’s official ???? In case you didn’t already know, a social enterprise prioritises benefit to people and planet. We been waving the flag for genuine human connection as an antidote to a climate of division and disconnection, so we’re glad we […]

Music meets mental health

Music has long been known to have a powerful effect on the human mind and body. From lifting our mood to helping us relax, music has the ability to transform our mental state in countless ways. But just how beneficial is music for our mental health? Music Meets The Mind According to a study conducted […]

How to win the culture wars and catalyze meaningful change

Uniting the tofu-eating wokerati with the old world mindset can be easier than you think.  Suella Braverman may no longer be Home Secretary, but the sentiment behind name-calling such as ‘tofu-eating wokerati’ mirrors the hallmark of this age: fragmentation of society – and finding belonging in niche sub-cultures. From the real world to the virtual, […]

“The Visibility Cloak”: A WDN Campaign

This campaign kicks off on World Mental Health Day. But we don’t want it to end there. When it comes to Mental Health, people can’t always believe what they can’t see so we decided to launch the Visibility Cloak. Coz F*CK being invisible, and struggling alone.  How does it work? Below are 10 Truths & Ways […]

Learning by Doing: it pays to get your hands dirty from day one.

It would be fair to say that at What Does Not, we’re anti-vanilla. We’re interested in the individuals and experiences that shake up the monotony so many professionals settle for, and we want to be part of the action. That’s why, despite the fact that there are multiple ways to gain knowledge, we have our […]

Jack & Jane of all trades? A 21st Century Renaissance human.

What does it mean to be multi-talented in today’s creative industries? A ‘Jack of all Trades’ can be a tricky one to pin down. Not the person – we mean the phrase itself. The term seems to have originated in Renaissance England. There are some who argue it was first used by poet Robert Greene […]

All Hail The Multipotentialite

“The only people for me are the mad ones: the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who… burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow Roman candles.” — Jack Kerouac I’ve had a big crush on the idea of community for […]