Everything is almost in place...

..for the wonderful Economics students engaged in 'the project'. From your point of view it is VITAL that you are all working equally hard and you can all rely on each other as this will make an enormous difference to the success of the project. Ten people in all are involved with 'outsiders' from four different countries.

When it is explained - which will take some time - you will be breathless.

Remember, life is not measured by how many breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.

But you have to do your Podcasts, your website, your booklet, your mind maps, your teamwork, your translations and...be ready.

When this has proven to be successful I expect others to join in - Kirill, James, Rebecca and others - but that's for you to decide, not me...

Keep working (on your laptops); keep reading and keep organised...


  1. chris, I will try my best to finish all my works in time and I'll absolutely do my best...
    I will post my podcast on my blog as soon as I get my microphone back.
    And I dont know why times always passed so fast that I couldnt have done all the works I wanted to be done. but Im really trying hard with it and I'll do my best..

  2. Your enthusiasm will enable you to do it. If, however, you cannot then no matter, don't get down. You have a long journey ahead - the most important thing is to enjoy what you do.

  3. Yaeh! You are absoulutely right!! Th ost important thing is to enjoy what you do!!! I always tell myself it, but when it is time to make a decision I just panic and forgt about this!!!! Sometimes I am so foolish!=((
    I'm regreting about choosing Chemistry....=((((

  4. If you really hate Chemistry then go and see Ian.

    He is very helpful.

  5. Heh!
    So I've decided to do it!
    I think I will probably change it to business again!!=)
    So we will see each other more time!!! He-he-he!=))))
    P.S. I hope you aren't scared of this news=)))

  6. ha! Bibi, I'm changing further maths to business)))


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