And as the “unprecedented crisis of trust” was revealed by the Edelmann Trust Barometer yesterday, I’m once again hit by the notion that I, as many other final year students across the UK right now, have to deal with an unnecessary amount of future anxiety. It is one thing to graduate in a big (or… Continue reading An Unnecessary Amount of Future Anxiety
Unsurprisingly, I am a big fan of New Year’s resolutions, possibly solely founded in the fact that resolutions are a perfect mix of goals and to-do-lists. There are always those who say “If you want to accomplish something, why wait until a page on the calendar turns and not just do it immediately?” which is… Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions (in Media)
On Thursday I attended a great event hosted by the Westminster Business School and presented by Natalie Reynolds, “Negotiate for Success or Is Negotiation a Man’s Game?” (Spoiler alert: This lecture was given by a female CEO of a negotiation consultancy advising the UN. Probably not.) With this came a book, a nice little networking… Continue reading Is Negotiation a Man’s Game? – Westminster Masterclass
It is going to be a troublesome evening. I will be pushed to do things I have never done before, not would have ever imagined I’d even be capable off. I’ll have to invite myself round to a friend with a TV license at 8pm – because it is time for the Great British Bake… Continue reading iPlayer and I
Well that was one hell of a summer break. (And possibly my last one. Ever.) Not that I have been idle for the past six months, but working is not the same as studying, and I’ll be damned if I’ll let the excitement of starting school again be taken away from me: New academic year,… Continue reading Kickstarting my Graduation – Third Year, here I come!