It may be a fact, but that doesn’t make it true. We spend huge amounts of time and creative energy making something look great and feel right. Then we spend even more time post rationalising something which we know in our gut – is the best solution.
Not something perhaps to be admitted without an injunction, but we were not alone! This particular legal lady decided to put her formidable skills towards raising money and awareness for St James Place, a charity for homeless teenagers connected with the charity Centre Point.
Everyone is multitasking, scheduling and scanning like daemons; all trying to stay on top of – well everything! Meanwhile, us creative marketers are feverishly fighting for the attention of potential customers. Sending out content like battle scarred generals;
No matter how much you love your job and the people you work with, coming back to work is so difficult. Up to now the past two weeks has involved nothing more taxing than deciding between a mojito or long island iced tea and apart from the big question ‘does my bum look big in this beach?’ that’s as tough as it gets.
I’ve lost the piece of me that makes a difference. The internet has taken it. It has. I saw it. During the Christmas break I discovered the theft. I work hard. I love my job and I love the difference I can make but I am assaulted 24/7 with information that makes me feel useless. Largely because it appears to be useful – but not vital,