I’ll be honest, despite being keen to turn my hand to many social media tools and opportunities, I’ve been resisting audio and video. It’s not because establishing YouTube and SoundCloud channels is difficult — and I’ll show you how to here — but as I have the double whammy of:
Michael brought his Rover to a halt on the soft gravel of David Langley’s drive, gazing in slight awe at the impressive mock Georgian facade. It was at least six, maybe seven, bedrooms, he thought as he locked his car. …
“The World Trade Center is on fire”
What’s the biggest lesson you have learnt from the global pandemic? Here are a few suggestions:
The need to know “where you’re going” is a perennial question.
Anyone who’s sat an interview may, like me, dread when the interviewer asks: “Where do you see yourself in five years?”
Binging is a funny concept. We are rightly told “binge-drinking” and “binge-eating” aren’t good for you. The term “binge-watching” has crept into the vernacular as you hunker down to watch every episode of Game of Thrones. …
The telephone conversation was brief.
“I’d like to see Mr. Vincent Trevellion, please.”
“Do you have an appointment?”
“No, I’m afraid not.”
“I’m sorry, Mr. Trevellion is unavailable at the moment.”
“Can I make an appointment to see him?”
“He’s a very busy man.”
“I understand that, but it‘s very…
A certain politician once said: “People in this country have had enough of experts”. He is wrong, of course, otherwise, we wouldn’t now have COVID-19 vaccines.
But, it raises a question of when to take expert advice and when to go your own way. …