It should come as no secret that I am a MASSIVE fan of any go-getting gal killing it in their field. But anyone originally from Brisbane holds a special place in my heart. That is precisely why I was so excited to be invited to Alex Ward’s No Flirting show as part of Brisbane Comedy Festival.
Jamie Oliver; the man, the myth, the brand. Whether you love him, hate him or have never watched his shows – you can’t say you have never heard of him. The ‘Jamie Oliver’ brand has always interested me because well… if you can make yourself a worldwide household-name you are probably doing something right. This led me to read The Unauthorised Guide To Doing Business The Jamie Oliver Way by Trevor Clawson
If you clicked on this article, you are probably sick of your weekdays being Groundhog Day. Weekdays comprise 71.4% of your life, so it only makes sense that you don’t want it to be all eat, sleep, work, repeat. The good news is it doesn’t have to be this way! With a bit of forethought, planning and a coffee or two, you can reclaim your weekdays.
Your twenties can feel like hard work. You are entering the #Adulting world and trying to discover your purpose and the ‘meaning of life’. Some people head straight into the workforce, others go down the path of higher education and others jump in a van and disappear. For those chasing success, it can be hard to know how ‘best’ to spend your time. But it is important to remember that there is no one road to success. We are all on our own paths.