How do you know things are really bad? When you can't even get a headhunter to buy you a coffee anymore.
In these tough times when bankers are blamed for everything that goes wrong, we have to look after ourselves.
Many people that work in banking are confident individuals at the best of times, which as we all know that is a slight euphemism for 'unspeakably arrogant', and worse.
Since a career in banking is no longer guaranteed to make for glamourous living, it is time to branch out into entertainment. Here is my pitch for a movie project...
I’d been on a great first date with a guy I met on clicktonight.com and I was eagerly awaiting a call from him to arrange round two. My mobile started ringing as I arrived home at 1am after a Saturday night out...
Zen masters throughout history are known for breaking with convention, and Zen Master DenisGenpo Roshi, a practitioner for almost 40 years, is no exception. He'll be coming to London this weekend as part of the Big Mind, Big Heart Weekend Workshop with guest Paul McKenna.
Apparently the number and frequency of a woman’s orgasms is directly related to her partner’s wealth, The Times reported yesterday.
Ever since we bankers caused the global economic crisis, it has become difficult to mention our job publicly without being stigmatised. But trust me, this mess hasn't been my fault.
Ms R is back. And this time she's advising on something very close to her heart. No, not sex - writing! And it feels almost like she was never gone.
Dear Soul Sister: I'm driven, I thrive on being busy, I'm achievement orientated, and I have fun being on the go. But I found myself crumbling and getting low-grade panic attacks over Christmas, and in the end, didn't get everything done or enjoy myself. What's going on?