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3 years

Dumb Things Financial Analysts Say to Sound Smart!

Being in the finance industry as an editor for over a decade, I have always wondered why financial analysts speak or write the way they do. In fact, no industry has made incomprehensibility so much respectable as much as the finance industry has done.

3 years

Seedlip: How to Tap into Culture to Disrupt the Spirits Industry

If you are looking to reduce the amount you are drinking in January – or are just looking for something non-alcoholic to drink on a night out - you should try Seedlip. They describe themselves as creating ‘The world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit’. I tested Seedlip and tonic on some hardened G&T drinkers over Christmas and they were pleasantly surprised.

3 years

Apartments Are Much Smarter Than You May Think

Technology changes how things are built. Single family homes used to have the monopoly on smart home products.

3 years

Insights from the Stanford Sports Innovation Conference

Recently, I had the privilege to attend the Stanford Sports Innovation conference. As an ex-competitive Call of Duty Player and lover of sports, this was the perfect place for me to spend a day. I consider myself fortunate to attend as many conferences as I do, therefore, I always want to share some of my key learnings.

3 years

Art of Management: Managing Thoughts

Our thoughts can make or break us. Our life seems like a hell or a blessing in the way our thoughts unfold. Each thought has a unique purpose.

3 years

Digitization and Learning

Digitization is the foundation of educational reform. All we have to do is figure out how to harness it.

3 years

How To Switch Careers At Any Age

This week, I celebrate an anniversary of the launch of my second career. A Facebook memory from March 1, 2012 caught my attention earlier in the week. On that day six years ago, I parted ways with a company where I no longer wished to be employed.