• Kate Rodgers

TL;DR You have a deadline racing ever closer and you just can't find the motivation or energy to get the work done. Of course, there are so many other much more important things to do; online food shop, catch up on iplayer and you must check what your old school friends had for lunch on Facebook.

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  • Carol Brookes

TL;DR Communicating is a two-way process. Whatever your business, you communicate to get things done, give and receive information, negotiate and make decisions, achieve mutual understanding and develop relationships.

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  • Kate Rodgers

TL;DR You decide to start a family. Surely it will not change your life that much?

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  • Kate Rodgers

TL;DR We all do it. You're sat waiting for a meeting to start, you're at a bar with a friend and they go to the loo, you're on a bus or train, you're sitting in a doctors waiting room, you're waiting for your child's swimming lesson to finish, the list goes on.

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  • Carol Brookes

TL;DR With the government's announcement that from April 2019 businesses, self-employed people and landlords (who turnover £10,000 a year or more) will need to keep records digitally in order to update HMRC more frequently than is currently the case, what impact will this have on the ubiquitous spreadsheet?

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