I’ve always been musically-oriented (?is that a word) ever since I was a kid and mum forced me to play the piano I was drawn to music from all genres. As I progressed and transitioned from playing the piano to saxophone and now Djing (casually I might add), I have noticed stark similarities between business and DJing. Continue reading “What Business & Djing Have In Common”
There’s often been a debate about which path is best to pursue; the generalist who is adept, flexible and adaptable to the ever-changing digital landscape, or the dedicated specialist who has spent years, or decades honing her craft to a fine skill. Essentially it is a battle between breadth and depth. Continue reading “Generalist or Specialist?!”
Looking at the amount of time and money you spend on activities that are classified as entertainment compared to educational reveals A LOT about a someone’s habits. Otherwise known as the EvE ratio (credit to Peter Voogd), it provides insight into how effectively you spend your most precious resource. Continue reading “Entertainment vs Education”
How many times have you heard someone say “If only I had more discipline and didn’t procrastinate I would be so much better off”?! Continue reading “Procrastination Is Only A Symptom”
Our past experiences teach us more than we think and instead of hiding, we should embrace them. Appreciating this all comes down to a matter of perspective. Continue reading “Own Your Past”
Providing value at scale is the surest way to make a dent in the universe and money. Yet why do so many people focus on the symptom (money) instead? Continue reading “Focus On Value, Not Money”
We’ve all heard the maxim “time is money”, which is meant to highlight the importance of time, where wasting time is equivalent to wasting money. Continue reading “Time > Money”
As our world becomes more mobile and transient, so too are our working lives. Some sources are now suggesting millennials change jobs four times before the age of 32.
Since graduating from University from my Science degree – I vowed never to go back again to formal study. It’s not because I had a bad experience (the lecturers, tutors and friends made will stay with me for life). It’s because (just like an extension from high-school) it simply taught you to jump through hoops.