Tag Archives: identity

The end of the road for a career?

By | February 28, 2016

A few days ago, Trish Tatman published a piece in Medium entitled “Be kind; say no”. Her argument was that it’s a lot better to be rejected outright than to be strung along. I found this quite relevant to the issue of career choices and persisting in pursuing obviously failing strategies – specifically, the question of how long… Read More »

On Egosurfing

By | December 28, 2012

In this morning’s clutch of emails, I found a promotion for a new service called Vizify. This new service promises to research your various social media accounts and to create a personal webpage of sorts for you, pulling together information from various sources and presenting it in a coherent fashion. I thought that this sounded entertaining at least,… Read More »