What do we mean by Success – Blog 9: What does success mean to me? – Tom Jauncey

We have discussed the ideology of the term ‘Success’ having different definitions to each person since I started the “What do we mean by Success?” series, which we are putting that theory to the test. This week’s blog, written by Tom Jauncey, the Director of Nautilus Marketing, investigates ‘Success’ from a business approach and gives …

Ideas for Lockdown – Blog 11: Listening to Podcasts?

Podcasts are a form of media that are constantly growing and becoming a major part of people's lives, and I for one absolutely love seeing new podcasts spring out! As t, why don't we use podcasts as a way to escape the boredom and panic created by the Coronavirus pandemic. That's what we'll be looking …

What do we mean by Success? – Blog 5: Your Public Image?

How we see ourselves and see each other is one of the underlying principles of Society. Everybody in life has their own role to play which to many makes their public image very important. The question that I am now asking you all to think of is your public image a reflection of how successful …

Ideas for Lockdown – Blog 2: Catching up with Friends

Catching up with friends is something that we all too often forget to do. As we go through life juggling different workloads we sometimes do forget to check in on our friends and see if they are doing alright. Today's blog in the Ideas for Lockdown series is going to be about Catching up with …

Alzheimer’s Avoidance – Blog 10: Accepting Alzheimer’s

Accepting Alzheimer's is a concept that a lot of people take a while to understand. I understand first hand how hard it is to accept that someone you love has the condition but if we don't accept it then it's going to negatively impact not only us but the actual person with Alzheimer's down the …

Alzheimer’s Avoidance – Blog 9: Learning a New Language?

Have you ever wanted to learn a new language? Have you ever thought of what knowing more than one language can do to you? Research shows that learning more than one language can help reduce your risk of getting Alzheimer's! What a motivating factor! We'll take a deeper look into it in today's blog! Hello …