It’s amazing what can happen in year. Each year it gets to the end of July and you’ll see teachers celebrate the end of the school term. If you’re the standard office worker you might even feel slightly jealous. Who wouldn’t be? Everyone loves six weeks off. I’m not jealous. Why? Because this time last … Read moreThis Time next Year Where Will You Be?
Getting a foot in the entrepreneurial and tech world can be one of the hardest feats to conquer. Let alone finding a specific or set method to start an internship and secure it as a full-time position. When I was first getting started in the tech world, I had some prior knowledge of what to … Read moreHow to Turn Your Kayako Internship into a Full Time Job
I’ve never been a person to settle. That word makes me cringe in every way, the thought of settling with a partner, the thought of settling with a job etc. So I guess I have no choice but to try and achieve that extraordinary dream.
Gaining any kind of experience in a new field and your dream career is tough. This is a way I learned to bridge my old life to a new one, and build a new career from it. I hope this is a useful process for anyone reading as it is for me writing it down. For … Read moreRefining my Current Skills for Marketing – Connecting one Life to Another
Job hunting is hard, especially when you start shotgunning CVs off to companies for interviews. But it’s harder when you have a little bit of entrepreneurial drive because it almost feels unnatural. You start to get frustrated in the interview process, when you realise you have so many different skills available that you can’t get … Read moreIt’s Hard to be a Cardboard Cut Out
I’ve been very much inspired by Charlie Hoehn’s free PDF book, the recession proof graduate (or RPG). The basis of the program states if you work hard enough and pitch your skills to people you’d love to work with and they find your skills valuable then they’ll take you on. Here’s my first go to … Read moreMy first freework approach