Fridays - The day for saying a great big “Fuck You” to comfort zones and testing yourself.
Today’s menu - 10000m row for time.
Time: 37:04.7 (01:51.2/500m average pace)
That was not pleasant.
Part happy with a 54 second PB but also part disappointed I couldn’t quite hold onto a sub 37 minute target.
Enjoy your successes but never settle for second best.
The little house on the common...
Finally the air is warming up and you can just about see the blossom starting. Not sure on the history but this little house is a contrast to the rest of the houses on Common Southside.
The pupils keep amazing me with their creativity in their mirror designs! This one was created by one of our 7 year olds... so clever and well thought out with the matching pattern and colours! Well done! 💜🐱
No idea what to do with 0-5 month old baby? Come along to our screen printing workshop in #streatham#southlondon next Thursday afternoon. Babies welcome (but not essential!) For info and to book email hello@OneCraftyBaby.co.uk
Great meeting yesterday. @jakesvegansteaks asking all the right questions.
When It comes to using a non-vegan vegan venue, it's important that certain obvious and non obvious subjects are addressed. We are please to say that we have everything covered and April 12th is looking stronger than ever. Is such an honor to be a part of this revolution.
Keep an eye out for full details and artwork released over the weekend!
CONSULTANT (permanent position)
Location: Clapham, SW4
Hours: Full time with some flexibility
I'm recruiting for an innovative consultancy that uses data and technology to help education professionals make better decisions. Working with schools, local authorities and charities, they offer a range of services including analysis, data visualisation and system design.
As a Consultant, there will be many aspects to this role including; working in all phases of project's life cycles, consulting project management, business development and human resources.
* Working closely with clients to deliver analysis and visualisations using Excel, Access or Tableau (or other analytical tools).
* Report writing & Quality Assurance.
* Responsibility of one or more of the managed services or products; including producing project plans (sales work, account management, data preparation, analysis, testing, communication).
* Managing other staff to ensure the delivery of the services and carrying out elements of the work yourself.
* Responsible for the quality of the final deliverables.
* Project manage the running of small and medium sized consulting engagements.
* Mentor and hold 1 to 1's with one or more junior analysts.
* Building an understanding of competitors, and the business strengths and weaknesses.
* Writing elements of bids and sales presentations.
* Managing junior staff on elements of business development work.
* Pitching to prospective clients in person, over the phone or by webinar.
* Strong analytical and problem solving skills
* Effective interpersonal skills (presentation, written, and oral) and the ability to communicate effectively with a variety of staff levels, including clients.
* Strong attention to detail - consistently produce client ready outputs without errors.
To apply for the role or if you would like more details then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07748 107303.
“Hey Jen, what did you do in the gym today?” Well today guys, I finally did a full upper body workout for the first time since my rotator cuff had a bit of meltdown 🙌🏻. Guys I cannot tell you how good today felt. It was short and sweet, about 40 mins or so of fairly light supersets but I’m back!
Honestly, I’ve been stuck in a bit of a funk with my training, because well... training legs and just doing cardio gets a bit old after a while and I’ve really missed being able to get any serious upper body work in.
I’ve lost some definition and yes, I can see where taking 3 months off of strict training has affected my body both internally and aesthetically.
But crucially, yes it’s been tough on me mentally but that rest period was so important. I’m still on the mend and there is still a list of exercises that I need to avoid, and I can talk about that separately but I have so much time ahead of me to work on weaknesses that have developed over the last few months and build my upper body strength back up.
Have you been recovering from an injury? How has it affected your training? Did you struggle with the process? I’d love to hear from you!
If you’re struggling with knowing where to start after an injury, feel free to drop me a DM or comment below and I’ll try and guide where possible!
The team at Orlando Reid are currently recruiting for a driven sales person to work in our Clapham branch in Lettings.
Please send your enquiries and CV to: email@example.com 👉🏽 www.orlandoreid.co.uk (link in bio)