It’s not what you say, it’s the way that you say it

In my last blog I talked about how things that at first seem intimidating usually do not turn out to be as scary. I have been faced with this challenge at university and now in work. When people ask me what I do, I have to think really carefully about how I answer. Mentioning the…

Not so scary…

We wrote last week about “national derivatives misconceptions week” – a period that started with something scary and ended with an explosion. This reminds me a little of my first experience at the PLSA. It started with doing something scary: going to the PLSA itself (my first industry event). It fortunately ended without an explosion,…