I noticed that one of my colleagues on the course had signed up to be a mentor with a company called Everwise. (Nice name. Bit cocky.) Continue reading Mentoring and a Fairy Light
Have you ever read Arnold Bennett’s The Old Wives Tale? I’ve been reading it slowly but with enormous pleasure. (It’s my ‘on the tube’ read, and I haven’t been on public transport much lately.) The man deserves to be better known for this work, and not just for his omelette. Continue reading Review of Book and Marriage
I jumped at an opportunity. Not something I do often. I tend to be a thinker, a muller, a procrastinator, a finder of excuses. My default is ‘yes, but’. Continue reading A Lesson
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
I’m thinking about status.
How it is important to me. I mean: in what way. Continue reading Takes One to Know One
Three things I want to write about with reference to the career shift.
– scattered focus Continue reading Three Things I Want To Write About
I wanted to say something about networking. For me. Beyond the remit (to date) of the course we are doing, but it is relevant to my ‘journey’.
The last twenty years or so, and quite possibly longer, I have been in a bit of a cocoon. Of my own making. Or maybe not. Anyway. Continue reading Networking