Rid your office of favouritism

Parents are some times known to display the behaviour of favouring one child over the other(s), no matter how hard they try to suppress it. It has been happening for as long as there has been children. That’s one thing, though. Well, you could always divert the blame to, ‘There’s no perfect family’. Which is …

Systems and processes made me superhuman

It’s fascinating to me that I managed to completely change myself through fitting into my life a set of consistent behaviour patterns (processes and systems, if you insist) which have allowed me to get physically fitter, mentally sharper and unleashed the latent storytelling and creative animal who, until now, has always lurked around. To be …

Media students, make online platforms and play

Me feels, it is a waste of opportunity to have a big fancy phone, an internet connection and say, a blog site that is not tended to. A Facebook Page that is not elegantly run. Even worse, when you are a media student (and I meet a lot of them) and you have that challenge …

Be a consulting Designer instead

Solve problems and you'll always eat. You've surely heard that one before, yeah? Sliced another way: bring value and you won't run out of a job. Well, something to that effect. Okay. I'll stop tossing words this way and that. When you're a Designer — of any sort — you also happen to be in …

World-class writing from everyday moments and the word business

So, I am having my writing be inspired by everything around me. Case in point: the image above could inspire a short story. And the story needn’t get published — it might as well be a practice short story; written up, read up and promptly shredded. World class athletes train and get sharp with each …