Happy New Year to everyone. I hope we all have a blessed 2020 and we keep striving and working to improve ourselves, learn more and help others. This post is going to be primarily centred around our podcast – Between the Margins. For those who may not be aware. The Between the Margins podcast (Available […]Read More Between the Margins
As we draw close to the end of another year, I’ve started to look at my inventory. I don’t mean the useless crap in my shed that has been occupied by a gang of spiders…I mean the people, my priorities and my position. Look at the people and the priorities in your life, if they’re […]Read More Inventory
In our lives whether professionally or personally progression is important to enable us to feel as if we are achieving something. Having direction is vital in terms of career and a lot of us seek it when we are looking for jobs and benefit from in our lives. Albeit it could be fitness, relationships or […]Read More Progression
Growing up in London, you don’t realise it but we live in a bubble, however great it may be, it is still a bubble. A lot of the things we accept and tolerate are alien to other places. In my short time on this earth I’ve been fortunate enough to travel around the world, see […]Read More The world is not just the ends
I want to congratulate all that recently got their results and graduated this summer, especially to the students we met on our visit to The University of Brighton. Also I want to wish new students starting university the very best. If you haven’t already decided what you want to do, I’m here to say that […]Read More Don’t worry about it
How many of us are doing something we enjoy but as of late aren’t seeing any real results? When it comes to success and progress we naturally think back to what we didn’t have to what we have now, but nowadays with social media we tend to compare ourselves with anyone in the same field. […]Read More Enjoy the run
I had a conversation last week about many companies inability to retain black talent because of lack of recognition which then leads to many black people bewildered, disgruntled and constantly disadvantaged in the workplace. You can argue that this is shown in the evident racial pay gap where we are reportedly losing out on £3.2bn […]Read More Message!!