Earlier in the year while I was shifting from one tribe to another and becoming engrossed in new ways of thinking. I then stumbled upon Rachel's site, In Spaces Between. It was a complicated tangent of paths that led me to this point, and I think the 'tribal leader' who initially directed me to her was the 'Wellness Warrior', Jess Ainscough.
A few months ago, I spent an extremely enjoyable afternoon at my old school giving a Careers talk about start-ups. Interestingly, the most pressing question that emerged from these 6th-formers was whether they were about to waste £27,000 and three years of their life on a University degree if what they were really passionate about was starting their own business.
To build up confidence from within we are advised to put it on and wear it "like make-up" and "fake it until you make it". Although eloquent on paper, such advice isn't particularly useful. Is there anything more practical to help us feel more confident ahead of a nerve-wrecking interview or an important presentation?
Torsten Hvidt and four friends began a journey along a road that was uphill, full of obstacles and quite narrow. At least that's what it may have looked like from the outside...
How does a company that has touched so many people's lives end up filing for bankruptcy protection? Yes Kodak that's right, I know it's old news now. But what can we learn from this sad demise?
I started a business. It made me want to drink copious quantities, smoke myself into oblivion and hit my head against a brick
Ideas occur when dissimilar universes collide. Work and Fun are supposed to be opposing dynamics but everyone knows that only people who enjoy their work ever have any true success or happiness.