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David Hockney 82 Portraits and 1 Still-Life: Learning to Appreciate Art

Following a visit to The Royal Academy to see David Hockney’s work, I gained insight into our British artist, (latterly Los Angeles citizen), with his London showcase of portraits and still life. Why 82 portraits; 1 still life? One sitter no-showed, so was replaced with…

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A Levels Be the Best Version of You

  Rollercoaster emotions, achievement and celebrations, we’ll see and hear them all as ‘A’/’AS’ Level results come out this Thursday. From heady disbelief to insatiable joy,   So, what next? The university of choice, versus the second or third, clearing, decision, workplace, vocation or gap…

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Olympicmania : Wistla interviews London 2012 Olympic Trainer

Joanna Bloxham was one of a team of trainers for the 8000 volunteers over 52 sites in London during the Summer Olympics and Paralympics 2012. We were lucky enough to get the skinny on what that process was like, how she handled it and how…

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No FT No Comment – Losing Sales?

No Follow through No Sale! Generation X may remember that infamous Financial Times ad, though here I’m refering to ‘no follow through’ no sale. Whether it’s media sales or any other, lack of follow through accounts for 98% loss. Not worth the risk. Be Aware…

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Be Confident

Let’s face it, the market place is open to unprecedented opportunity, if we don’t demonstrate confidence, someone else will and get the job, be the memorable speaker, or the person who stands out from the crowd. CONFIDENCE Just ten letters that define a behaviour, communication…

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