I don’t like to reflect and look back too much. I then lose the focus on what’s now. But as it’s still the first week of 2018, I thought I’d make a round-up of my favourite things from last year that helped make it so remarkable.
I had a few goals this year. In this post, I’m looking back at 2017 and reviewing it. It’s been quite a year.
In this guest post, my incredibly bright peer tackles the inseparable part of everyone’s life and career — failure. Maria Temneanu is a final year PR student, passionate about marketing and horse riding. “Don’t get back on just for the sake of it,” says Maria.
I was always impressed by University of Greenwich PR students. Their PR Fraternity became a platform for networking and out-of-class learning from top PR pros. I recently caught up with Fraternity’s President, the fabulous Cheyenne O’Kane, to find out more about their incredible work.
I’ve recently picked up the book of the entrepreneur and podcaster, Tim Ferriss’, Tools of Titans. The book is a collection of Ferriss’ favourite bits from his podcast. I found a quote that is about time management and I thought I’d share it.
Last Friday, I was asked to help with the mock job interview assessment at my alma mater, University of Westminster. Here are a few of my observations.
Public relations is a fast-paced industry. One of the key skills to thrive in it is time management. You often have to juggle a plethora of tasks that are equally urgent and important. Here are a few things that I found useful in managing my own diary.
You made it to the very competitive industry. Bravo! The good news is that you’re lucky to be where you are. The slightly worse is that this wasn’t the easiest part. Getting job is easy when you compare it to being a decent PR pro. Here’s what to do in your first job in order to be on your way of becoming an exceptional practitioner.
September is usually a big month for me, as there’s always something going on. Be it first day of school, birthday, or starting university. This day three years ago, I made a leap and moved to London. It hasn’t been an easy transition and it taught me a lot. I’ve been learning English since I was eight, but live language I was about to experience in Britain was completely different. Here are top lessons an immigrant learnt about the English language.
Reading is a hugely important process for all of us. It teaches us new skills, helps to relax, improves grammar, and makes us better writers. But we’re all busy. Constantly running around, trying to keep up with everyday’s chores. I’m guilty of not reading as much as I’d like to, as well. But here are a few methods that helped me in getting more books read.