When you look back at your career so far, is it an epic journey laced with memorable moments and achievements that you’re proud of? Or is it a collection of lucky escapes that you’re hoping will be forgotten fast? Either way, the movements you make shape your resume, so if you don’t think tactically about them the chances are your career footprint will end up pretty messy…
It probably comes as no surprise that workplace stress is on the increase, costing the economy billions of dollars a year, not to mention the subsequent social impact of people being sick, tired and overwhelmed. Unfortunately too many of accept stress as a normal part of our day and as a result do very little to reduce or eliminate it. If that sounds like you it’s time to start putting a few simple actions in place before you become a startling statistic too!
Today I’m back from maternity leave and I’m excited to be working again. I’m sitting in my track pants looking out at the pool and escarpment from my back yard – its’ a beautiful view in a relaxed environment. I’ll work two days this week, I have some great clients back on board with me, and I’m confident that the second half of this year will be a good one for both my family and Outshine. Many have said I’m lucky. I get to work the hours I want, with the clients I like, and I’m carving out a lifestyle that I really love. But I strongly dispute that I’m lucky – I’m not. Here’s why…
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