This can be a touchy subject for many, and a question that no-one wants to categorically answer ‘Yes’ to because it seems callous and, well, wrong! But if we consider for a moment that feeling good about yourself helps boost confidence and THAT alone can help you get ahead significantly, then we’re onto a topic that everyone has control over, and should do something about. Here’s how…
Working with someone who’s negative more often than not can be tiring, demotivating and damn right annoying. They can suck the life out of you and before you know it you’re drawn into their web of whinging! So what can you do if you’re stuck working with someone who’s glass is always half empty?
If you’re leaving your training and development in the hands of your boss or HR department you’re heading down a dangerous path and one that can have a negative impact on your career – here’s why…
If you’re lacking motivation and can’t find the energy or enthusiasm to get going you’re probably feeling a little frustrated right now. Feeling stuck in a rut can be really annoying, or finding yourself coming to a grinding halt when you’ve been working hard to achieve something isn’t fun either. But the good news is that no matter what your goal or ambition is, there’s a key to getting your mojo back and it’s pretty simple….
On Monday I celebrated a very special birthday with my beloved Outshine turning 5 years old. In my opinion it’s a major achievement as the odds really are stacked up against small businesses during the ‘imprint years’, but on top of that this milestone continues to confirm that the major career change I embarked on all those years ago was right for me. If you’re wanting to change jobs, reinvent your career, or set up your own empire, here are the 5 steps I recommend you take that helped me reach this landmark…
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