In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – September 2014

In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – September 2014

Bank Rejects' Offer   When does the one syllable, four-letter words into minute-long sentences, yelled out in single syllable breaths monster surface? Think about the last time you were on the receiving end of rejection. Did the ‘it’s- not- fair!’ Monster surface when you were reminded that the world’s not fair, and this time, it’s [...]
In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – July 2014

In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – July 2014

Stuck in a Rut? In the intervening years since I last viewed an end of year school report, things may have changed. Rarely containing a personal comment, they had to be scrutinised for hidden meanings to talk over on parent’s evening. Promises of trying harder were made for after the summer break... the fresh start of [...]
In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – June 2014

In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – June 2014

Money Spiced with Llama Spit Some fifty four pages of analysis, trends and developments across the economy are patiently explained and in a matter of fact manner, and inflation projections are translated by a patient and informative Agent....  yet, even with an A4 glossary, I left the meeting with my brain shrieking the same way [...]
Business Finance Junction – June 2014

Business Finance Junction – June 2014

Data from ONS show that illegal drugs and prostitution contribute around £10bn a year to the British economy.  For the first time statisticians are measuring the value of the drug-dealing and sex work – apparently about  "the same contribution as farming  - and only slightly less than book and newspaper publishers added together" or accommodation [...]
In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – May 2014

In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – May 2014

A Tale of Discrepancy and Discretionary Tarting ‘Ehghaahg uhmajeddth ohtkchgh mghigh emmmhgh’. Nope, I wouldn’t get that either! But my dentist’s brain seems to have adapted to most of his customers, at some point, sounding as though they’re in a cardboard box full of cotton wool.  Open-wide mouths, some filled with metal probes, he knows [...]