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June 19, 2016 - Written by:

8 Things My Dad Taught Me About Leadership (and Life)

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Daddy Vigus is vastly known on this blog for his ambling bear-like fridge foraging, but those who know the man know he’s so SO much more.  My dad is the kind of father who fills you with reassurance when you tell him you’re concerned you might have contracted ebola on holiday.  The kind of dad who guarantees that if I get abducted by sex traffickers,... Read the rest of this post...

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June 10, 2016 - Written by:

FOMU – Fear of Messing Up

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I have always thought that I was awful at sport. At school I always attempted to get out of any kind of PE lesson. I put far more effort into my excuses than I did waddling around the tennis courts. Despite a very active childhood, I just decided, once puberty struck, that working up a sweat wasn’t for me. (GIF... Read the rest of this post...

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April 15, 2016 - Written by:

The 5 Stages of Accepting and Learning from Criticism

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Last summer I made a somewhat daring decision. I’d almost come to the end of my BA in English Literature and I was starting to think about what I might want to do next. Although lots of very sensible options came to mind, I couldn’t stop thinking about my writing, and how little I’d felt I’d achieved with it over... Read the rest of this post...

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