Menu
Workflow

Workflow with Samuel Williamson, Director of Marketing & Communications at Splitit

In this edition of Workflow, we have Samuel Williamson, Director of Marketing & Communications at Splitit, talking about his chaotic but effective working style and listening to Bill Simmons.

Workflow is an interview series by Balance the Grind to get a glimpse into people’s working styles and workspaces. If you’re interested in sharing your workflow, submit it here!

Describe what you do: Our team is spread across Australia, Israel and America and is responsible for running all marketing & communications in North America, UK, Europe and APAC. For me, this means lots of early morning and late night video calls.

How do you like your coffee: Black. We have an American style filter coffee machine which is unusual for Australia but highly convenient.

Device(s) you use: MacBook and iPhone.

Describe your working style in one sentence: Chaotic yet effective.

What does your workspace look like: I always have something silly on my desk to remind myself not to take things too seriously.

How does your workspace affect your creative process: Until our furniture arrived from overseas, my office was a bit bleak, with bold blue walls and a serious tone. As soon as I hung up some art the whole vibe changed, which immediately helped my creative side awaken from a deep slumber.

Do you have a favourite playlist for work: 90% chance you’ll catch me listening to a Bill Simmons podcast

Before you go…

If you’d like to sponsor or partner with Balance the Grind, let’s talk here.

If you never want to miss one of our conversations about work, life & balance, subscribe to our newsletter.

This conversation is brought to you by the Walkolution Treadmill Desk, work healthier with a treadmill desk.

About Author

Balance The Grind gives me a platform to talk to these people about how they're achieving their ideal lifestyle. I'm inspired by the passion, the work ethic, the hustle; and these conversations motivate me to live life the way I want to live it.