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Angela Parker: From Sweater Sets to Signature Pieces

If the key to success in any task is practicing more than 10,000 hours, then it’s no wonder Angela Parker’s jewelry company Olive Yew has gone from a small hobby in her den to an international business in just three short years. 1,353 more words

The Stories

I Don’t Even Know How to Title This Anymore

I have written about this and explained things about this so many times before, but let me just go through this, one.more.time.


“I have great faith in fools—self-confidence my friends call it.” — Edgar Allan Poe…

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Do you love what you do?

Considering we spend such a large chunk of our life working, it would be logical to expect that the majority of us spend that time doing something we love. 277 more words


The "Media Mix", inspired by Logistics Science

A career change always create some personal and external doubt. So I have been challenged by people around me about my move from Logistics and profit focused industry to Public Relations (PR) and the “Not so much for profit” world. 510 more words

HTML: Zero to Hero

OK, so it depends on your definition of “hero,” but I have certainly gone from zero to something-better-than-zero in just a couple of weeks.  It was one of the most empowering things I have done in awhile… and I just had a baby a few months back!   669 more words


Every choice, every action effects our career

Slowly I am done with the past, and I start to write about the present. In which I am going to tell you, what I am doing right now, to reach the goal what I set for myself.


This time last week, I was dancing barefoot on a boat in Croatia with afrobeat legend Dele Sosimi. I had accidentally booked us onto two back-to-back Soundwave boat parties that day and I have to admit that I was slightly weary that morning (after not a lot of sleep) at the thought of having to spend six hours partying on a boat in the blazing sunshine. 875 more words