What is a Career?

If you are experiencing turbulence in your career, it can be unsettling and frustrating. Especially when decisive and pro-active are your normal ways of operating. At times like these, it never ceases to amaze me how stripping things back to basics can have a powerful releasing and empowering effect. Thanks to the fresh perspectives and... Continue Reading →

Be Your Career Angel

The economic impact of the global pandemic continues to unfold. Career choices are being changed by design or by necessity. If you take a new, possibly more junior, unrelated job to address immediate financial needs, what does that mean for your career? If you have to retrace old ground to relaunch and reinvent what does... Continue Reading →

Is Loyalty Holding You Back?

Been thinking about loyalty. Sparked by recent events and comments made by Jeremy Gutsche in one of his TrendHunter webinars. Loyalty to friends and families; to fellow team members is to be valued. It is part of what makes relationships stronger. Commitment to a company or a career path is what helps you gain momentum... Continue Reading →

Smoke and Mirrors

There are many definitions assigned to the phrase, smoke and mirrors. Most of them linked to the art of deception or the purveying of untruths. But hold on a minute, this has always seemed extreme to me. Perfection is a confidence killer; no-one has experience of everything. Consequently, a bit of smoke of mirrors used... Continue Reading →

Career is PERSONAL

Thanks to my pal Sandra Cox, careers supremo at NESCOT (North East Surrey College Of Technology), I found out it was National Career Week this week.  Good job somebody's on the ball! Knowing this, I put my mind to creating something visual and helpful. With so much information and so many stories about careers available,... Continue Reading →

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