I recently got into watching addresses from successful and famous people at the Oxford Union, because I don’t have the time (or money) to see them live (see my post about What They Don’t Tell You About Oxford). One particularly interesting talk I listened to was given by the editor-in-chief of Vogue and general fashion…
I came across Mark Manson’s post on the 7 Strange Questions that Help You Find Your Life Purpose. Here are my answers.
Day 1 Arrived 20 minutes early (because of the trains, it was a choice between 20 mins early or 10 mins late. I always go for early).
Applying for internships is stressful. Here’s how you boss the numerical reasoning test! ✍️
To make the most of your work experience placement, ask as many questions as you can think of! If you’re stuck for some question inspiration, here are a few strategies and ideas for questions you can ask them.
Spending a week working with helicopters opened my eyes to the world of work, where engineering meets business.
One of the highlights of last year was when the EiA came into school to give us a flavour of the world of entrepreneurship. The misconceptions I had about being an entrepreneur were completely wiped away!
If you’re short on cash/have a few hours’ spare time/want something rewarding to do, starting a business can be a great pastime. You can learn so much about people and finance and how the world works from founding a start-up! If you’re not comfortable taking other people’s money, you can give all profits to charity…
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