The Moving Statchoo

THE MOVING STATCHOO, by Kamila, aged 7:

“Once upon a the ther was a statchoo hoo came alive. the statchoo lived next to a poned. when the statchoo looked in the poned ther was a duck in the poned halow. halow wats your name said the statchoo my name ow it’s mister smith wats your name said the duck ow it’s rose thats a nice name said the duck thak you said rose would you like to come to my house sure said the statchoo folow me so of thay whent what a lovely house said the rose thak you your wellcome. would you like to meet my famaly sure said rose when thay got in the house thay sore mister smifes wife. halow huny said miss smife halow wife meet Rose nice to meet you Rose thank you said Rose. would you like to live with us sure. let’s go swiming said mister smith ok i just love happy ending the end.”

-There is so much to learn from this story.

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Sunday Sessions 22…

An ammmmmmmm-Mar-zing acoustic version of the SV (Slum Village) classic.

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Satisfaction

Sometimes we must accept that we are the only ones who can satisfy ourselves.

Rough Lust

Eat me out

Eat me up

Kiss me soft

Kiss

me

rough

Eyes roll back

Knuckles white

Moan then scream

Taint

the

night


Gently stroke

Quickly thrust

Yet again

Lost

to

lust

One more fix

One more hit

All I want

One

more

lick

Management Futures

I used to live in this castle!

This majestic turreted castle was once my home. Fond memories of illegally cooking meals and countless nights sitting in the drafty corridors at an awkward angle in attempt to siphon enough wi-fi to Skype loved ones…sweet Founders.

Don’t ever question my claims to the throne again!

I was asked to speak at the beautiful Royal Holloway School of Management, my old haunt (once named the most picturesque university in Europe), about what I’ve done with myself since graduation by the Entrepreneurship department.

It was a real honour to be back behind the podium, sharing my post-university experiences (corporate, entrepreneurial and freelance) with current Management and Economics BSc students.

It was also incredibly inspiring to hear about how fellow Management alumni have spent their years achieving great things since flying the RoHo nest.

The Head of School has asked me if I’d been interested in lecturing the Entrepreneurship MSc students… watch this space!

PS- Shout out to the RoHo legend that is Marianne Bowyer! Lovely to see her 🙂

Bright Ideas

I was asked by the wonderful guys at WestFocus (Thank you Martha, Anna and David) to be a guest speaker (with my entrepreneurial hat on) at this year’s Bright Ideas Final and Prize giving evening.

The Bright Ideas competition is open to students from WestFocus’ seven member universities, and invites students to enter innovative ideas for new businesses, products and services.

As a past winner, it was a real honour to be asked to speak and to be able to share my post-graduation entrepreneurial experiences; both the highs and lows, with such a receptive, like-minded audience.

I was really impressed with the quality of the entries and it was fantastic to be able to network with the students following the ceremony. Shout out to the guys from Kingston who tried to test my Grime knowledge! HA!

Well done to all the winners! And well done to all of the entrants, being brave enough to put your personal idea up for scrutiny shows you have the true heart of an entrepreneur!

Thanks to my awesome entrepreneurial homeboys Matt, Andre and Robert for showing up and giving me groupie love and support on the night x

You Made a Fool of Me

All’s fair in love and basketball right?

Women in Social Leadership Awards

Do you know a woman who deserves to be acknowledged and celebrated for her efforts in the Social leadership arena?

If so Ogunte are running their third annual Women in Social Leadership Awards and the deadline for nominations / applications is 5pm this Friday 26th Feb 2010.

“The awards showcase women in social enterprises, campaigns, networks and organisations, who offer innovative and sustainable solutions to pressing social issues.

The women recognised at these awards prove that with generosity, confidence and robust networks, you can achieve great and MEASURABLE social change.”

There are four categories:

  • UK Leader in the Workplace 2010
  • UK Social Business Leader 2010
  • UK Leader in Networks/Campaigns for Social Change 2010
  • Special Entry for Women Social Leaders from outside the United Kingdom

So if you know an inspiring socially minded business woman who deserves some props for all her hard work, nominate her today!!

International Women’s Day is the 8th March and this is a perfect warm up! What better way to publicly commend a fellow female 🙂

For more details and to download the application form see the Ogunte website HERE.

Much love, excellence, social action and sisterhood x

Sunday Sessions 21…

To embrace the hope that tomorrow holds, we must be willing to let go of today.

Boa sorte guapo x

United Underground 2

SEE YOU ALL THERE!

Get tickets HERE