If your finances are doing well, it only makes sense that you’d want to push them to get better, right? After all, you’ve seen a taste of success, and things are only better once you hit the top. The more money you have, the better things are going, right? Well… it depends how you see it!
There are certain things that make you notice people. The office is full of lively and charismatic characters, but there is always one feature you would be able to describe on a person.
I work in the same pod as Skater Tom, he looks like a skater and is called Tom. It is the most unimaginative nickname you could ever think of but it is perfect. If you ask anyone in our whole organisation who Skater Tom is, they would be able to tell you.
I got an invite to the horses last week. A friend of mine at work had a spare ticket and thought that I would enjoy the experience. I’ve never been to a horse race before, but I know what to expect and I know that I am going to want to place a few bets at least.
So the question which jumps out at me is, how do I predict the winner.
So we have had a few really good months at work recently. When I say really good, I mean really, really good. We have managed to iron out a lot of issues in our processes and have now sped up ordering, production, processing and billing. What more could we possibly do?
It is not very often that we get the chance to stop and assess. We might do it after a major project at work or it might just be after a big night out and the morning after hangover is making you reassess your decisions. We might do these sporadically but we should do this for our lives even more often.
Yes, the pun was intended, it’s one of those jokes you would get if you were in with the bike crews. I spend my weekends worrying about revolutions and cadence. Two terms I never really knew the definition to before I put on a few pieces of lycra and headed out into the public roads.