I had the same ‘about me’ page for nearly 5 years so I’m changing it. There’s a lot to know about me but here are 5 things about me in no particular order:
ONE. I’m passionate and energetic. Remember this before you tell me about a new idea or involve me in something exciting. You better be serious about it because I’m basically a steam engine that won’t switch off.
TWO. I’m married with 2 kids. My kids are worth every painful experience I’ve ever had. They love me regardless of whether I’ve showered or whether I clean floors for a living or whether I’ve gained a few pounds. There are times when that is all that keeps me going.
THREE. I’m a bit of geek. I have a number of university degrees (engineering, an MBA) and I recently took a break from corporate life for a few months. Loved those months off!
I’m undertaking a doctorate degree at Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow (Scotland). It’s the boldest thing I’ve ever done. And it’s awesome!
FOUR. I’m a selfie addict. There’s no good explanation for it. It’s not because I think I’m amazing. It’s just something I do. If I don’t do it, there’ll be hardly any pictures of me at all. What kind of existence is that?
FIVE. I love writing but I’m not certain I’m any good at it. I tend to have moments of inspiration were the words just pour out and within minutes, I’ve written a full-page of mind-blowing poetry. Those moments have been fewer as the years have gone by. But they are to die for. I keep writing – hoping for the return of the voice that once came from over my shoulder.
UPDATE: On 04 January 2016, I became a published author of ‘The Smart Sceptic’s Guide to Social Media in Organisations ‘. Check it out on here
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