A lot of the time we enter a new situation in work or in life and feel as if we should speak out. But, we don’t because we figure it’s only a one time thing or we don’t feel we have the ‘authority’. Wrong. If not spoken on, it may introduce outcomes which may not […]Read More Make sure you’re heard
I was watching a forum discussion on LinkedIn called #TalkAboutBlack. Where 4 leading black professionals talk about the difficulties they had growing up and obstacles they faced. Although all of the members are older than us, it’s still very relevant in today’s world. One interesting point that I heard is that as a lot of […]Read More Will they accept me
Before I go into this I just want to thank everyone for the positive feedback we got thus far. The feedback has been positive from the comments we have received on LinkedIn to the comments left on our page. So, I just want to thank you all for reading along as there is a lot […]Read More Future
We all strive for more, this is the basis of humanity. We gain this by obtaining more control; control over our field of work and our endeavours. We tend to pile on more and more to hide the idea that we may be useless. Remember, you can’t spell life without a lie. The biggest lie […]Read More L!f£
Humour me. I like how commercial the way we talk when we are with our peers have become so mainstream. I’d like to thank Big Shaq (Michael Dapaah), Big Narstie and his show on channel 4 and all the grime artists that made it more comfortable to be ourselves around everyone and I mean everyone. […]Read More Did I just say that
The blog is now one year older (1 year and 3 months but who’s really counting), thank you to the ones who have taken the time to read, share, like and acknowledge what me and D have attempted to provide to the public. Like I’ve said before the blog was simply a way for me […]Read More Happy Birthday
I often think back to why we started this blog and who really benefits from it. I guess you can only read so much from our “about page”. Anyway coming from our background I guess you can say a lot of our options were limited when we were in school. I mean growing up we […]Read More Why?