Tag: management

 

Duplicate files and managing them.

Well, for most people I know they don’t care much about this. People often don’t know and therefore don’t care about duplicate files on their computers. I’m not here to cure them – they can remain blissfully ignorant. Those who want to know can read on. Duplicate files happen –Read More

The Captains Calendar gift 2015

The Captain’s simple gift to all is the calendar below. This is downloadable and printable. It’s a simple thing but so useful. I’ve got one in most rooms, even though I have a calendars on my phone and computer. Sometimes you just need to see the whole year on aRead More

Some differences

This will of course be expected to strain the brains of many folk who will go, “Sorry I don’t know anything about it.” And that’s the humans for you; if they know nothing about it then they don’t want to learn about it.

Constraints on developing expertise

Recently I discovered by chance, Forex trading. Well, I actually re-discovered it.  I had explored it about 8 years ago but it was difficult to get into because it was basically a closed shop. By that I mean, that one needed lots of money, special computers and software to getRead More

Life Reminders

A suitable smartphone to run this is required. Life Reminders is a neat little application that does the job of reminding you about stuff that’s coming at you, or has to be done. Here’s a list of examples: 1. You can also set it up to send SMS messages forRead More

SORTED

The commenting system is now fixed (fingers crossed). I’ve don’t four test comments which now appear in the right places. How it was fixed: Avoidance of panic attacks. Not spending tons of time reading what idiots have written on the net about it. I had a look but I wasn’tRead More

The Captain’s Brief

“First of all, I’m writing things down. What I discover is, when I write things down, it forces me to think about things much deeper than I did in the past, and I get new ideas. Things I have in my mind sound very simple, but when you attempt toRead More

Thoughts for tomorrow

“No one wants to spend whole mornings in committees whose conclusions will never be noticed, or will be overruled.” –  Handy 1999 Attitude is “a mental and neural state of readiness to respond which is organised through experience and exerts a directive and/or dynamic influence on behaviour”. – Engel andRead More

SWOT analysis

SWOT Analysis – a powerful tool for development by Captain Walker Recently the Cap has been reviewing a whole lot of things, about life, work, the future etc. It’s been a difficult exercise trying to work out where to take the ‘ship’ – speaking in parables here. How does oneRead More

Captain’s Brief No.1

I just had to get this off before thoughts on Brief No 1 cooled down to much. Introduction to ‘Briefs’. This is the start of a new series from the Cap. I’ve realised that sometimes I come to some new awareness and I don’t necessarily need to write a longRead More

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