I stopped watching the Apprentice years ago because it was the same repetitive format.
But I read a piece on one of the finalists business ideas and I couldn’t help resist giving my opinion when it was revealed that finalist Vana Koutsomitis is a dating app called ‘PlayDate’.
Although the decision was most likely made months and months ago I have to say that this is a very stupid investment. I won’t tackle this from a business point of view but a male with experience of online dating point of view. Continue reading →
It has been seven months since I started a relationship.
When I started writing the Manifesto of Perfection accepted that I would be spending my life alone. My previous past experiences had put a distrust in women – so I could never see myself getting into a long term relationship.
A week ago I reviewed my initial goals that I set in September. As part of this process I gave a bit of time to think how I would develop, add and drop goals – as appropriate. This has now been updated and I will be working on these tasks for the next three months, where I will review my progress.
It contains some new ideas, old ideas that I have been able to articulate more clearly what I am supposed to be doing and old ideas – which I did not get round to doing for various reasons. I have grouped them based on the categories I use with this blog: Continue reading →
I set somepost mid year resolutions because I wanted to get my self-improvement goals back on track after a slump. I have used SMART objectives to set out how I intend to achieve my goals. However as this goal is a unique situation and does not relate personally to my own well-being I decided to just write what on earth possessed me to include this weird objective.
“When you aim for perfection, you discover it’s a moving target”
The story so far…
Today is special as this is the 50th post I have created since starting the Manifesto of Perfection.
I have run blogs before but have never made it this far so I am partly congratulating myself for getting here, but also you the reader for your support – this always motivated me to improve my writing.
It’s not been easy trying to keep a schedule especially when bad stuff happens in my life – the desire to sit down and write something new is not necessarily a priority after a bad day.
But that partly was the point – it wasn’t supposed to be easy and committing to a regular writing habit ensured that I was disciplined and focused to produce new content. Continue reading →