With life, you are always rethinking, rethinking and redeveloping your approach to whatever comes your way....
Four months? It feels as if it has been an eternity since I last put together a post on my blog about anything whether if it is Tableau, dataviz or journalism-related. Things have moved so quickly these past few months that my life has been moving around at 1000mph. I must remind myself to slow … Continue reading Always Put Yourself First, Not Last
Throughout my life, I have always been an unconventional and ambitious individual. Being stuck in one direction stifles progression which is why in my five years' working in the media and journalism industries, I have strived to push myself to produce content that pushes me out of my comfort zone physically and mentally. When I first … Continue reading Don’t Dream It’s Over
I could not remember the last time I was up North in Manchester, but it must have been May 2009 that I visited one of the most historical cities in North West England. Although I did have a job interview to attend at BBC Sport down in MediaCity UK, Manchester once again made a lasting impression on me. When I … Continue reading Manchester – 20/11/2017
Rejection, rejection, rejection. We have all been there before when we have been rejected from a job application or a relationship and it can be the worst feeling in the world. Don't despair though, it's all a learning curve as at some point we have been knocked back from something. It's fair to say as … Continue reading You get knocked down, but you get back up again
It has been a very busy couple of weeks since I came back on holiday from Portugal and in that time, I have been continuing to apply for graduate jobs after finishing my degree over a month ago. It would have been very easy for me to settle back in and do nothing after my … Continue reading Quitting is not an option when it comes to graduate job hunting
As the weeks keep ticking down slowly before I finish three years at Birmingham City University of doing a Media degree in May, its given me some reflection right now to think about learning curves. Trying to juggle a 13,000 word dissertation, a 300 hour final year project, updating my online portfolio, applying for jobs … Continue reading Learning curves do not end, but continue your own personal development