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Monthly Archives: March 2013


Time for Change: 6 Steps to Plan Your Corporate Escape. If you’re in a corporate job the odds are that soon you won’t be doing what you’re doing now.

Time for Change: 6 Steps to Plan Your Corporate Escape

Posted onMarch 19th, 2013 by Maite Baron | Filed Under: Blog, Career Advice, Corporate Escape, Made Redundant

In 1,826 days, while you may not be any wiser, you will certainly be five years older and your life may well have changed considerably in many ways, both through intention and chance. And if you’re in a corporate job, the odds are growing that in just one tenth of that time – 182 days, […]

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Valueconomics and the Impact of Values-Driven Entrepreneurial Business. In October 2012, 4,000 people in the UK were asked about what they value most.

Valueconomics the Impact of Values on Entrepreneurs and Business

Posted onMarch 8th, 2013 by Maite Baron | Filed Under: Blog, Corporate Escape, Growing an Entrepreneur Business, Professional Direction: What is Next?

In this blog ‘Valueconomics and the Impact of Values on Entrepreneurs and Business’ I intend to bring awareness about the importance of living our values and the added value that living and working with congruency brings into our communities, our economy and our society as a whole. Why Values Matter in Happiness and Business Terms […]

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Say Goodbye to that Corporate Job. 4 Reasons to Start a Business in London UK.. It's time to join the future of work. Join the New Entrepreneurs.

Say Goodbye to that Corporate Job – The real cost of Unhappiness and 4 Reasons to Start a Business

Posted onMarch 1st, 2013 by Maite Baron | Filed Under: Blog, Corporate Escape, Professional Direction: What is Next?, Starting A Business

This blog ‘Say Goodbye to that Corporate Job – will help you realise the real cost of unhappiness at each and every level of your life and give you 4 Reasons to Start a Business‘ now. With HR consultancy firm Aon Hewitt reporting in their ‘2012-2013 Salary Increase Survey’ that a third of UK employers […]

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