experience Tag Archive

Airport Shenanigans

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Over the years of traveling one gets to experience all sorts of people, situations and setbacks. Traveling isn’t glamorous, unless of course you travel First Class or ride...

The interaction impact

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Mumbai, 30+ degree celsius, bustling with thousands of people, noise along with a plethora of smells. All of my senses were alive and overloaded on this Saturday afternoon. My...

Cycling and Perspective

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Fifteen months ago I moved closer to central London. As part of the new location I was able to subscribe to the Santander Bike Rental scheme (aka Boris Bikes, given Boris Johnson...

Public Speaking and riding a bicycle

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What does riding a bike have to do with public speaking?...

It’s the little things ….

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I have traveled through Schiphol Airport (Amsterdam’s main airport) many times this year. A stop to the toilet before boarding a plane is typically part of my routine. What...

Are you leveraging your University Alumni?

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It is surprising to say that I completed my IT degree at QUT twenty years ago. Since that time I have completed an MBA at Deakin Unviersity, multiple certifications (ITIL, PMP...

Toastmasters Area Director: A Year in Review

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It was this time last year that I was asked by the Toastmasters District Leadership if I would like to volunteer to become an Area Director. For those not fully aware of the...

Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah

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My Rating: 9 / 10 This book was a strange choice for me. I didn’t know much about Trevor Noah prior. Therefore my choice was based off a recommendation by Audible as it came...

INSEAD’s Finance for Executives Programme

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In 2017, after a six year break, I decided to continue my tertiary journey. After completing my MBA, I realised I still had areas I wanted to focus on. That said I didn’t...

Virtual Reality (VR) Technology: Is it Ready?

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Virtual Reality innovation is going to change the way we work, interact and go about our daily lives. This technology is already here and within 10 years will dominate just about...