Not made much progress as a careershifter in the last few days.
My bollockheaded former husband has not paid the pitiful amount of maintenance he is obliged to make under the terms of our Consent Order while we still have children of school age. Continue reading Distractions
I’m back to thinking about serendipity and networking, though both have featured in previous posts. In the context of interviews. And framing things. Continue reading Framing
Admitting to a concern about status is a bit like admitting that one is a Tory, or voted Leave, I expect. (I’m guessing!!) Continue reading Marlon Brando
I’m thinking about status.
How it is important to me. I mean: in what way. Continue reading Takes One to Know One
Thinking about serendipity, or making one’s own luck, reminds me of a couple of things.
One is the story of the golfer Gary Player. Apparently he was playing well and someone said ‘Boy, I’ve never seen anyone so lucky in my life!’ He is said to have replied ‘Well, the harder I practice, the luckier I get’. Continue reading Meet Me Half Way
Further to my previous, unedifying post at the end of a bad day, I have resolved to tackle the subjects I couldn’t deal with last night.
So. Serendipity. Let’s start with that. Nice word, anyway. The word that lots of people choose as their favourite. I wonder what mine would be? I digress. Maybe one day I’ll write a post listing my favourite words….I like words. But for now: serendipity. Or, more prosaically: chance. Continue reading The Most Beautiful Woman
Three things I want to write about with reference to the career shift.
– scattered focus Continue reading Three Things I Want To Write About