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The importance of writing

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The three Rs: reading, writing and arithmetic. As the tenet of basic education, children spend years learning how to input, manipulate and output information. It forms the foundations that allow more complex subjects to be taught such as science and literature. However, some can often regard writing as an old skill, or a lost discipline that isn’t as important with the prevalence of communication via technology. Yet, I would argue that being able to write […]

The Eye of Sauron

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“One moment only it stared out, but as from some great window immeasurably high there stabbed northward a flame of red, the flicker of a piercing Eye; and then the shadows were furled again and the terrible vision was removed.” – The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King If you’ve been in the industry for some time, you’ll recall the moments that you were under intense pressure to deliver. Sometimes this pressure […]

Competitive sitting and leaving loudly

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No, you first Does your office suffer from a competitive sitting problem? If you’ve not heard of the phrase before, unfortunately it doesn’t have anything to do with a game of musical chairs, or rolling across the office and jousting each other with broom handles. It’s likely that you may have experienced it yourself. Have you ever been sat next to your manager, or your team, and have felt anxiety about going home first at […]