They’ll all be on sale right now, since they’re normally given as Christmas gifts or bought before the year begins. If there is a particular calendar or diary that you want to be absolutely sure you can get, I’d say buy it sooner. Otherwise, waiting until after Christmas is definitely a smart move. Plus it forces Read More
Yesterday I was a little concerned about my new study plan. I felt like I was falling short. This morning I made up some of the time I had missed on my plan. It didn’t take long to plug the gap and I was actually more eager to study because I wanted to prove to myself Read More
School was not my favourite because I really didn’t fit in. In fact, I hated the majority of it. So when the opportunity came to drop out at 16, I did. I then went to community college just to do my GCSEs and a GNVQ in IT and found a completely different environment that reminded me Read More
Last week I started using Hootsuite to schedule Tweets for this blog. Previously this blog was linked with auto-posting but at some point I realised that wasn’t really a strategy at all.
One of my hopes for this blog, and generally the content I share here, is that it may help others who find themselves somewhere on the same path as I am. That may be where they’ve learned enough Excel to be able to list it as one of their skills, and they want to know where Read More
Mission complete and a success! Make no mistake, the exams are far from easy, I have spent many hours over the last few days downloading Excel workbooks, following the assessment instructions and answering questions. And I didn’t always get them right the first time, or even the second time!
After such a busy weekend, I started looking at what my next steps should be. After some research, I found articles saying that working across four different departments within an industry can boost your career as much as an MBA. Although I haven’t yet worked across four different departments in retail, I’m not far off from Read More