How to be interesting (in 10 stupid-simple steps):

This article was written by Jessica Hagy, a contributor to Forbes.com     You can  read it in full from this link  http://www.forbes.com/sites/jessicahagy/2011/11/30/how-to-be-interesting/ I learnt about it from Martin Nordstrom’s  blog  http://martinnordstrom.com/learnings/how-to-be-more-interesting/ How to be interesting (in 10 stupid-simple steps): 1.Go exploring. Explore ideas, places, and opinions. The inside of the echo chamber is where all the… Continue reading How to be interesting (in 10 stupid-simple steps):

Reinventing yourself. I’m trying to work out if reinventing yourself is difficult or possibly a lot easier than you think

At some point during the past 10 years I must have wanted to reinvent myself, because I bought a book called Reinvent Yourself by J. Jonathan Gabay. I don’t recall buying the book, but it was published in 2002 and it is excellent. I must have read it at least three times, but each time… Continue reading Reinventing yourself. I’m trying to work out if reinventing yourself is difficult or possibly a lot easier than you think

Times may be financially hard for charities but newly registered charities are still confident of finding the funding they need

According to the Charity Commission report “More than just a Number: Themes and trends in charity registrations” there are around 160,000 registered charities and just over 3000 joined the register between between 1 April and 30 September 2011. A 3000 increase seems a lot, but since 3,192 charities were removed from the register in the… Continue reading Times may be financially hard for charities but newly registered charities are still confident of finding the funding they need