You will often hear the words ‘career’ and ‘job’ used interchangeably, but they are two very different things. A job is something you will do to earn cash; it’s filling a work role within a business in exchange for money. A career, though, is a long-term pursuit of a lifelong ambition.
If I had a pound for every time I watched ‘Shaun of the Dead’ I would certainly be a millionaire! I’ll always remember the famous film quotes – “You’ve got red on you” or “There’s a girl in the garden.” Great quotes come from fantastic scripts and in PR the most successful messages are carried by the most memorable words.
I am now half way through my apprenticeship and I am delighted to announce that I have completed my coursework six months early!
Creating content always relies on inspiration, whether you are a blogger, writer or entrepreneur. Sometimes the ideas flow but at other times sitting down to write isn’t easy. Sometimes it helps to read what others are saying online and in the newspaper and act on what they are writing – it isn’t copying – at other time times you have to look deep within.
It’s the beginning of a new week and I am ready to get cracking! Over the weekend I was browsing through discussions on my Twitter profile and came across the hot topics of University degrees. When I left college, I had the choice whether I wanted to go to Uni, get an apprenticeship or just get a job.