It’s been a turbulent time in the UK for the past few years. The UK population had a difficult task on its hand: to vote between two polarising candidates.
I was recently invited to speak at TechUP Women. TechUP Women is an initiative that sets out to retrain 100 women from under represented groups from the North of England and the Midlands with tech skills, and here’s what I spoke about.
Across the board, people are pissed off. It doesn’t matter what market you’re in, what service you offer or what part of the country you operate in. People are unhappy, no service is perfect and we’re in a state of constant uncertainty and it doesn’t look like that’s going to change anytime soon.
We’re taught to follow the footsteps of others rather than to define our own. Here’s how we can start an open conversation about success.
It’s that time of the year, when I like to reflect on the past year, take a deep breath and see what I’ve learnt and where I want to go in 2019.
So, weekend of 19th — 21st October I flew up to sunny Scotland, Inverness to be exact a mere pit stop before a train ride to Aviemore, where I then found my way to the Ishriach estate.
And, it struck me that I was probably doing myself a disservice by not taking the time to explain the impact that music, and specifically, 2pac, have had on the way I think and articulate my thoughts and opinions.