I’m all for productivity, time management, and some of the other things that occupy the minds of prolific Twitter users, entrepreneurs, digital nomads, and Tim Ferriss fans. I’m also a big book nerd. There’s nothing more satisfying than reading a really good book while sipping wine and relaxing on holiday. But according to the internet […]
Passion Pushers – Why Doing What You Love Is Bad Advice
“Do what you love or not at all”, the manifesto of the internet’s super-achievers hits me every time I read Inc or Entrepreneur. Follow your passion and be fulfilled. Life is about doing what you love. Well, thanks, Tony Robbins. Here’s why you’re wrong 99% of the time. Yep, I’m calling out T.R. Doing what […]
Job Description Buzzwords – The No-BS Guide to HR Speak
Job ads are entertaining. I analysed job postings to find popular words used as job lingo and I’ve matched these words with their actual meanings.
Coding in Real Life – The Struggle Is Real
Learning to code can break you. Not because coding is tough but because of the million other influences and factors that go into learning to be a developer.
The Future of Music
Music is and always will be one of the great mysteries of human evolution. It is found in almost every human culture. Around 500 BC Pythagoras took what could be considered the first steps towards music as an art form. He created scales, and structured music in a way that allowed broader interaction. Musical performances […]
Astor Piazzolla – The Most Important Musician You Never Heard Of
Astor Piazzolla was born in Argentina in 1921. He is often credited as the creator of modern Tango, through his Nuevo (meaning new) tango style. Piazzolla brought Tango out of stagnation and popularised the genre through fusion with other musical styles. The Argentinian composer was a world-class musician, inventor, renegade, and arguably the person that […]