Category Archives: Self-Evaluation

A year of content marketing.

I started work at ReferralCandy in February 2013. It’s easily been the most interesting, exciting and challenging year of my life so far. Part of my job is to write blogposts that are useful and relevant to our target market. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on reading Mastery, by Robert Greene

I deeply enjoyed Robert Greene’s The 48 Laws of Power. It’s not like he’s saying anything new, but something about his writing style appeals strongly to me- I get the sense that we’d geek out about the same things. I … Continue reading

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The constant refinement of voice.

I wrote an angry, emotional blog post last night, laden with expletives and vitriol. It wasn’t one of my better moments. I read my post again with a clearer mind, and I didn’t like it. I thought I was being … Continue reading

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October 2012

I have many thoughts on my mind, and sometimes they immobilize me. So I should start by writing them down. 1: I’d like to have a summary of my life. A detailed memoir or autobiography is a rather ambitious undertaking, … Continue reading

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successfully took precautions + waking up early

Just yesterday, I was feeling down because I had wasted hours online and barely got any actual studying done, despite my attempts to limit myself. I felt like beating myself up. But I decided to recognize that loop, and instead … Continue reading

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What would you do if you could do anything you wanted?

It’s 2:16 am and I can’t sleep. I should have been asleep at least 2 hours ago- I need to wake up early tomorrow, to study for my A Levels. But I can’t- because my mind is being a little … Continue reading

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Jamming

On hindsight, when I sit down and think about it, I’ve jammed with many, many different bands over the years, many of which I have forgotten to commit to memory. I used to jam with the vocalist from Quasimodo and … Continue reading

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