If you've been following my story, you'll know that I am not shy in talking about living with an eating disorder, depression and anxiety. I started powerlifting when I was at my sickest about 6 years ago as a form of recovery that involved creating healthy habits whilst still being able to do something I … Continue reading Breaking the Stigma: How Powerlifting Has Helped Me To Create Healthy Habits
With how hectic life has been, it's been a few months since I've had the motivation to sit down and write. Last week I stood up in front of a group of my colleagues and was completely vulnerable as I told them my story of living with mental illness. I was extremely nervous and was … Continue reading The Millennials Series: Being Vulnerable
It's been shown that setting and achieving goals will lead to being more fulfilled with your life. I've spent the last two weeks trying to determine what my goals are for 2019. I've been pretty slack in prior years with actually sticking to my goals. This year I thought I'd document them somewhere public to … Continue reading The Millennials Series: 2019 Goals
Working remotely, I've done it three times now, four if you include this trip, twice in the USA (2014 & 2016), and once before in Europe (2015). Now don't get me wrong, working remotely can be great, but it can get lonely, so make sure you keep in touch with your team (if you have … Continue reading The Travel Diaries: Part 4 – Working Remotely
When you start a business, you need funding. The four different ways to fund a business include Bootstrapping, Crowdfunding, Private Equity and Venture Capital (VC). Each of these options has various pros and cons, which need to be considered before determining which path you want to go down. So what are the differences between each … Continue reading The Realities of “Startup Life”: How to Fund Your Business #101
As I approach the end of my third year of official employment with Accodex, I’ve been reflecting on exactly how lucky I am that Chris Hooper and Markus Cirillo took a risk on a very green 19-year-old. I was uncertain as to what my career was going to look like, all I knew was that … Continue reading The Millennials Series: What’s more important – money or a job that you love?