Would you say you struggle to make time, be consistent, and have discipline to get noticed on social media? Read this and get on top of your game.
Almost every reading enthusiast or avid writer can spot some of the most iconic books simply by their covers. Classics like Catcher in the Rye, The Great Gatsby, To Kill a Mockingbird, and many others have such distinct cover art, but have you ever stopped to research the history and stories behind those covers?
Looking for a job? Or level up in your career? I have been looking for new opportunities and recognised my LinkedIn could do some work. I asked my friend and an HR specialist, Aneta Blazyczek, how to fill out my page to stand out, attract clients, and/or make it easy for a recruiter find me.
Social media is big and still growing bigger. Here are four things that I learnt from the locals in Prague. We talked about growing your business on Instagram, finding a life/social media balance, and influencers. The answers are not what you may expect.
I spent some time (a lot of time) going to the book stores this spring looking for what to read. And, without surprise, I found tons of books that pulled me to read more than I planned to – from non-fiction to memoirs, self-help and of course, children’s books. Here’s my little spring guide of […]
On 30th – 31st of May, I’ll be teaching a Social Media Marketing course with the Global Academy. The Academy opened it’s doors in 2016 and they’re a unique state school specialising in media for 14-19 year olds. (A fun fact: the Royal Family was doing the opening.)
I have spoken to a number of people about what stops them from getting results on social media and to my surprise, most of the time we are dealing with the same stuff over and over again. Have a look at what are the key things that stop you from getting results on social media.
This April, Lambeth Council invited me to contribute to their weekly residents’ meetings. And so I was very happy to do a workshop about short story writing. A couple of residents (and neighbours) showed up and I introduced them to some ideas how to start jotting down a new story. It was not just a […]
Andrew Joyner’ The Pink Hat is a children’s book that he wrote to celebrate the 2017 Women’s March. The book, although quite short, has a nice story and illustrations. But most importantly, also carries an important message of women’s empowerment. <Read More: More Posts About Amazing Books> Because I really loved this book, I decided […]
It’s been about two months I haven’t posted anything on my blog. I could probably go into reasons mixed with feelings of guilt but instead I’d just like to write down what I’ve been up to. This is mainly because after I’ve overcome anxiety, my point of view on life has shifted and I suppose […]