It's coming up to that time of year when academic and public sector seems to come to a close. It's as if no decisions can be made, no meetings can be held and no one can be contacted but how true is this really and what could you be doing during this 'quiet' time of year.
The more people I have spoken to about this over the last week or so, the more I am finding that actually my client base is not really stopping for the entirety of the next six weeks. Yes, there will be s
It’s now the time where we make our new year resolutions and look forward to the next 12 months. We look forward to what we are going to do and how we are going to do it. We must be positive and look forward. Move on. Put the past behind us. Live in the future. No regrets. Don’t look back……. I can’t think of any more clichés. Hang on a minute. Why shouldn’t we look back? It always seems that looking back on the past is a negative. I don’t understand why. What we do in the fut
Two major events have occurred in the last couple of weeks (actually I am sure there are many more but the media are forgetting to tell us about those), Brexit and England out of the Euros, much of a much-ness some might say but they seem, in my mind, to have some things in common which also relate to running businesses. Firstly complacency, this country seems to live by it at times and I think our government and the English football team have shown it in full effect. David C