• Personal branding

    who are you calling “extrovert”? The (colourful) secret to faking it in a world gone loud.

    by  • 17 April 2014 • Creativity, Personal branding, Presentations, Stories • 0 Comments

    Before discovering the internet, I was the quiet child who didn’t ask a single question in 13 years of schooling. Ok. Maybe one or two questions. I dreaded being called to the board to solve things, despite being good at it. I just hated being in the spotlight. And now, I’m talking to you...

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    The ethics of web design: do we have any?

    by  • 20 March 2014 • Controversial topics, Personal branding, Randomness, Social media, UX & Design, Writing • 5 Comments

    What makes someone an expert? A wise woman once told me that you are an expert “when others come to you for answers”. Well. It does take a little bit more: such as the ability to answer questions, repeatedly, correctly, memorably. There is a requirement to educate, surprise and spread knowledge and skills. Do...

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    how I learnt to stop worrying and love talking to strangers

    by  • 1 November 2013 • Creativity, London, Personal branding, Presentations, Social media, Stories, Writing • 0 Comments

    Today I attended a conference run by Digital Doughnut. I knew they did digital, I knew they were related to marketing, and I did meet people who worked in the field. But what blew my mind was the stories, backgrounds and odd serendipities (is that a word?) that brought them to marketing in the...

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