It's a common occurrence, and I don't blame them. I'd probably think the same thing if I was them. I mean, it's just the next, new thing right? And whatever happened with your last idea? Sitting around the table, we were all busy poking our index fingers at the edges of our dessert plates, hoping … Continue reading Changing your mind, again?
Hmm, where exactly do I start? It's already 2/3 of the way into the month and without hesitation I can literally say that it's blitzed by at what feels like lightning speed. I spent the better part of last week in the hospital with our youngest daughter whom was quite ill after she came down … Continue reading A week in review; week ending 20th Oct. 2019
It's a misconception that we find the time. It's also a misconception that we make the time. When something shows up that needs to be done, or, the moment you decide you want to do something, you don't find or make the time. It doesn't work that way. You and I both know how many … Continue reading How to find time to blog
Take me back two years and I would have felt 'unfinished' had I have made my own rig for filming video. Today, well, that's a different story. I find joy in making something I know contributes to my creativity, because the process itself is creative. The project (most technical paragraph, I promise) I recently picked … Continue reading A selfie stick, of sorts.
I can't recall exactly how I came across the TEDx talk titled Why some of us don't have one true calling. Something tells me with the amount of time I spend on twitter it may have been recommended on there. But none-the-less, that one video opened my eyes up to something that had plagued my … Continue reading Book Review: How to Be Everything by Emilie Wapnick
It was the lead up to Christmas, Sydney was being absolutely damaged by severe thunderstorms, rain and hail storms as large as tennis balls. In amongst all of that I was rising just after 6am every morning, camera in hand and documented a week's long vlog that takes you behind the scenes of a busy … Continue reading I video recorded myself for a week while I wrote my book
Does gut instinct have valid grounds in decision making? It was after a long weekend, the kind where one has Monday off as a national public holiday. I opened my inbox on Tuesday morning, and at 9:04am I read an email from a friend with an interesting article as the subject line. The article was … Continue reading What role does gut instinct play in risk management?
This piece is not for the faint hearted, or those that feel victimised, or those for that matter that get offended easily. If that's you, stop reading now. If that's still you, maybe it's time to toughen up, have a read, and make a difference, yeah? Here's the deal when it comes to people complaining … Continue reading The Definitive Guide To Getting More Time
That's a big question! Before answering that- Welcome back! After closing the blog for three or so days, it's nice to be back with you. I missed everyone. But I did stick by my promise, I spent very little time on social, and virtually no time in wordpres. I read a few tweets and comments … Continue reading What’s it like writing a manuscript for a book?
It's not you, it's me. I need a little break. I originally took this month off work to be with family and recover from burnout. I'm doing that, and it's definitely something I'm enjoying. But -- I need to close the blog. It won't be forever, and by that I mean for maybe, 3 days? … Continue reading I’m closing the blog.