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Monthly Archives: March 2014


Affairs of the ‘HeART’! The truth about standing out from the crowd, Affordable Art Fair

Posted onMarch 27th, 2014 by Maite Baron | Filed Under: Blog, Business Women, Career Advice, News and Reviews, Starting A Business

Affairs of the ‘HeART’ at the Affordable Art Fair! The truth about standing out from the crowd. After a week of effort and long hours, the weekend is an opportunity for entertainment, inspiration and some ‘me’ time … better still when they all come together and are shared. So as an art and people lover, […]

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Reinvent Yourself

9 Steps to Reinvent Yourself

Posted onMarch 20th, 2014 by Maite Baron | Filed Under: Blog, Business Women, Career Advice, Corporate Escape, Growing an Entrepreneur Business, Starting A Business

9 Steps to Reinvent Yourself With the mornings getting lighter and the evening getting longer, we start to feel our spirits lifting, day by day, as Winter turns to Spring. It’s the world’s yearly reinvention of itself, and it’s a transitional time that I hope will encourage you to do the same. If the ‘current […]

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Art14 London Review Maite Baron

Art14 London Review – 7 Ways to Turn Disappointment into Opportunities

Posted onMarch 13th, 2014 by Maite Baron | Filed Under: Blog, Business Women, Career Advice, News and Reviews, Starting A Business

Art14 London Review 7 Ways to Turn Disappointment into Opportunities Can you remember going to an event you’d been looking forward to and then the whole experience falling flat? That happened to me recently when I went along to Art14 London. I’ve been going to art exhibitions, museums and fashion shows for more than 30 […]

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Paul Smith Exhibition

7 Business Lessons From Designer Paul Smith

Posted onMarch 4th, 2014 by Maite Baron | Filed Under: Blog, Growing an Entrepreneur Business, News and Reviews, Starting A Business

7 Business Lessons From Designer Paul Smith As many of you already know, in my first life I was a fashion designer. So I’ve long been interested in how design and art can make the world a better place, which is why the  exhibition ‘Hello, my name is Paul Smith’ at London’s Design Museum was […]

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