Self-help and personal growth are big business.
Most of us want to be able to ‘improve’ in certain areas of our life. Better body, eating healthy, picking up chicks/dudes or shaving some time off that 10k.
Over the last nine months, I have actively taken steps to associate myself with experts in my desired field, social media and digital consulting.
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If you want things to change you need to change how you do things. This year my main two goals were to give up alcohol altogether and start putting out some video content. Fast forward to April and I’m going for a video every day.
Both of them are going pretty well so far. Into month 4 without alcohol but the big one for me is video.
I started this with baby steps, things like Snapchat and Instagram Stories and finally graduating to YouTube and Facebook.
Continue reading “Why I’m Doing A Video Every Day For 1 Year.”
One on my goals from last year was to read more. I wanted to share 5 impactful books that stood out for various reasons over the last 12 months.
I use the word ‘read’ pretty loosely as most the books we’re actually ‘listened to’ but pretty sure that counts.
As both a marker to myself for next year and as a something that may add value to someone, I thought I’d write them down and share.
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For those who know me well, know I love technology. To those who know technology understand the need for Digital Skills.
So for me, there has never been a better time to be alive. Today’s world from a technology point of view is changing so quickly it’s hard to keep up.
This is both good and bad depending on what side of the fence you sit, when you were born and also your core relationship with technology.
Let’s give a couple of examples.
Continue reading “The £63 Billion Digital Skills Gap”