Today is my work anniversary). September 16, 1996 was my first day at work.
I started out in PR, worked in media, managed feedback for organisations, did content for CDs, did live cricket commentary, made presentations, even managed to write a couple of books
I am a writer/editor today covering tech, music, cricket and a bit of books.

What have I learned? Well, just this:

When choosing a job or a project
Do not look at the brand
Do not look at the payment
Do not even look at the timelines
Look at the people you are working with.
The right people make
Everything worth it.
In other words, as they famously say
"don't choose a job, choose a boss."
At the end of the day, nothing matters more.
The right people
Are worth more than millions in the bank
More than that swank car
More than reserved hotel suites
More than office parties and off sites
More than the corner office
Whenever possible
Choose to do
What you love
With the people you love.

That's it really.

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20 Feb 19
One of the “tips” I have seen a lot of people give to writers who are having “writer’s block” (being unable to write) is to take a break and go outside. Does not always work. Not for me at least.
If I am not being able to write, that thought that I have writing to do and am not doing it, just permeates everything. Totally messes up mind even more. The “break” only becomes an extended period of not writing, making things worse.
So what’s my take on tackling writer’s block? Simple: grit your teeth and write. It might be total muck. You might hate it. But once you see those letters and words on a paper or screen, you will start feeling better.
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