OMG! How is it May already!?
Please join us at Deliveroo on Wednesday the 8th of May for another // TODO meet-up.
18:30: Doors Open (with food and drinks served)
19:05: Celine Boudier - Tech, Parkour & Fashion Blogging - Beyond bullying and fears
19:30: Sybil Hoang - Imposter Syndrome: The Secret Superpower
19:55: Chris Spalton - You're going to die and no-one is going to give a sh*t
20:30ish Social - The Banker, Cousin Lane (banker-london.co.uk)
Celine Boudier - Tech, Parkour & Fashion Blogging - Beyond bullying and fears
It's not always easy to actually do the things that inspire you, when fears, risks and past issues get in the way. But as a woman in tech with some hobbies that would have been my idea of hell as a teenager, I'm hoping to not let fears get in the way of doing what I like and hopefully, bringing something back to the world.
Sybil Hoang - “Am I qualified to do this?“. Self reflection and self critique are different sides of the same coin. But what happens when it hurts us, affects our performance, and how we treat others? And can we even turn it into a force for good to help ourselves and others? This is a session for anyone who has ever heard that internal voice; I will explore what we can do about it and how we might be able to turn our kryptonite into a super power for good.
Chris Spalton - You're going to die and no-one is going to give a sh*t
The world is a more interesting place with our ideas out in it, ideas allow us to connect, share our knowledge and further ourselves and our communities.
If you've ever thought 'I wish I could do that, or make this, or talk about that' but for some reason haven't taken the plunge, I'll be sharing some important lessons I've learned about embracing the learning process, working out loud, and building strong connections with people as a result of sharing ideas.
Hopefully you'll take away some snippets to give you the confidence to put your ideas out there, I guarantee the world will be a better place if you do.
Note: We understand that some people have other commitments, and cannot spend the whole evening with us. Because of this we start early, try to run very close to time, and we do not take questions after the talks. This allows everyone to benefit from the main part of the evening, and then, if you are able, you can join us after for the social where hopefully some, or all, of the speakers will be on hand. We think this makes // TODO more inclusive, but if you think we can do better, do let us know.