Sharing our talent pool thread.
Thought that we could dedicate this thead to something both positive and constructive, thus leaving all previous political differences to one side.
We have a range of people here, all with different skills and backgrounds.
We never really get to know about these, usually because we are too busy arguing to ever find out!
I felt it would be good if, at least here, we could lay those differences to one side, and share our talent and knowlege, with one another.
Maybe someone will be looking for advice on a matter that a member on here would be able to offer?
Maybe someone on here is having an issue with their PC, and another person may have had the same issue, and knows how to resolve it.
Maybe someone will be in need of a logo designed for something, and a member is creative, and good at that sort of thing.
Anyway, if you feel this has at least some merit as an idea, please feel free to list the sort of skills you feel you may have, whatever they may be, the more people that back it, with a brief of their skills, the better an idea readers will have of what the talent pool is.
It can be any skill, doesn't need to be the job you do, day to day.
Or it can even be some sort of life experience that you have had, that someone may find useful to ask more about.
Me, I have 15 yrs experience or more in the advertising and marketing industry, I have worked for two major newspapers, and two business mags for SME's. I have experience in the training and devleopment of sales exec's.
I have run my own companies, I have lived in Spain, and in Tenerife, being self sufficient on both occasions.
I know a lot about dogs, both in terms of behaviours, and diet.
There, that sort of thing folks...
"I am aware how almost impossible it is in this country to carry out a foreign policy [in the Middle East] not approved by the Jews..... terrific control the Jews have over the news media and the barrage the Jews have built up on congressmen .... I am very much concerned over the fact that the Jewish influence here is completely dominating the scene and making it almost impossible to get congress to do anything they don't approve of. Sec. of State John Foster Dulles