TFI - Kane MacPherson

TFI - Kane MacPherson

 14 Sep 2018

What is your name?
Kane MacPherson.
What do you do for a living in 10 words?
Make cocktails while writing a dissertation.
Where do you currently reside?
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words?
Excellent, riveting, hilarious.
  1. What was your favourite programme as a child?
He-man and the Masters of the Universe.
  1. Do you have any interesting hobbies/past times?
Cooking family sized meals and eating as much of them as possible.
  1. What did you enjoy most about your university course(s)?
Sport Science: Working with voluntary organizations and running sports workshops for various sports made days diverse which made each day exciting, watching younger athletes succeed with your help was rewarding.
International Business: Lunch time between finance classes and dinner time afterwards.
  1. Have there been any people in your career that have influenced or inspired you?
I think as for a lot of us, without realizing, we draw inspiration and influence from everyone we meet. Everyone has both positive and negative abilities and performs tasks in different ways. Learning is a combination of success, failure and reflection and as we progress through respective industries these successful / unsuccessful traits are learned from others and reflected upon personally.
  1. What challenges have you found since you started your job search?
Competition is always tough, the biggest challenge I have found so far is that often employers want experience and through that want specific experience to the exact job making a transfer from one industry to another particularly difficult. While you may know that your competence in a job is there, some employers fail to realize that in today’s era, anything can be learned by anyone if you are willing to teach yourself.
  1. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
On a beach in the Bahamas having retired early surrounded by dogs.
  1. What would you class as your biggest achievement so far?
Coming back from being a school drop out to University graduate.
  1. If you could invite anyone (dead or alive) for dinner who would you invite?
Genghis Khan, to find out where he was buried, cash in on the fame of the discovery and retire to the Bahamas early surrounding myself with dogs.




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