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Career Advice

Blog entries that relate to Career Advice for the professionals who are are in between Careers


Bringing Your Vision to Life

Bringing Your Vision to Life

Bringing Your Vision to Life When you have no clear picture of your goals in life, the future can appear as a mirage, constantly moving and shifting shape. Without knowing where you’re heading, it is easy to end up side-tracked and distracted because, as you know, mirages can never be reached, whether in life generally, […]

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Building Resilience

Building Resilience and The Bitter-Sweet Taste of Success

Building Resilience and The Bitter-Sweet Taste of Success None of us wants to experience failure. We’re hard-wired to avoid it wherever possible. It leaves a bitter taste and makes you feel frustrated. It wastes your time. It costs you money. And worst of all, it can impact on your self-esteem and how friends, family or […]

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Power of Mindfulness

The Power of Mindfulness, Meditation and Napping: Switch Off and Achieve More

The Power of Mindfulness, Meditation and Napping: Switch Off and Achieve More —This is my latest blog written for We Are The City — As a busy, committed and ambitious professional, you want to get the most out of your day, always pushing yourself to achieve as much as you can. However, if you really […]

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David Bowie

The Art of Reinvention and the Legacy of David Bowie

The Art of Reinvention and the Legacy of David Bowie David Bowie was a cultural icon. A unique talent. An individual who enhanced people’s lives by allowing them to experience something different and unexpected. His ability to transform himself into startlingly new and distinctive personas at different stages of his life and career was not […]

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Best Route to a Fulfilling Life

Why ‘Business as Usual’ is Not the Best Route to a Fulfilling Life

Why ‘Business as Usual’ is Not the Best Route to a Fulfilling Life —This is my latest blog written for We Are The City — Almost everything we do can be described as ‘business as usual’ (BAU). Business as usual activities make up the fabric of our lives – they are the things you do […]

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How to keep your company moving with the times

Small Business Advice : Make Your Business Thrive

Small Business Advice : Make Your Business Thrive How to keep your company moving with the times —This is my latest blog contribution for Country Homes & Interiors— Small businesses tend to succeed if they are operating in a niche sector. Creating a business that focuses on a very specific product for a very specific […]

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Britain’s Great for Business

Britain’s Great for Business

Britain’s Great for Business Business is the lifeblood of any country, generating the money available to invest in other things – goods and services, public and personal. This makes it vitally important to encourage a vibrant entrepreneurial landscape, where those wanting to start a business can do so with as few obstacles as possible. Too […]

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The Future of Retirement

The Future of Retirement: Stop Self-Sabotaging and Start Reinventing Yourself

The Future of Retirement: Stop Self-Sabotaging and Start Reinventing Yourself Today I would like to share with you this FT article, which also includes part of my interview with the journalist Judith Evans regarding Silver Entrepreneurs and their views on retirement. Just a few generations ago, the ideal employment scenario was to work for a […]

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Be Assertive

Be Assertive and Achieve More with Less

Be Assertive and Achieve More with Less — This is my latest blog written for We Are The City — Few people are gifted with innate charisma. Those who do, command attention wherever they go, and achieve more because of it. A few names may spring to mind in business, politics or sport who have […]

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Choose Your Relationships

Choose Your Relationships and Improve Your Wellbeing

Choose Your Relationships and Improve Your Wellbeing We have grown accustomed to a world of relative abundance. A world in which, if you have the means, you can get what you want, when you want it. You can buy online from anywhere around the globe, while supermarket convenience means you have a vast array of […]

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