Yearly Archives: 2012

How To Reduce Stress By Cleaning Up Your Relationships

May 16, 2012

Good quality personal and professional relationships help reduce stress and depression, and increase your sense of well-being and happiness. However, one of the biggest mistakes people making in trying to achieve success and happiness is that they tolerate an unsupportive environment, which includes the people you spend time with. If you want to enjoy your career and social life more, it’s time to clean out your relationships and follow these 5 steps to building a great network

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How To Survive Doing Boring Work

May 8, 2012

Practically every workplace and job has something boring about it, so from time to time we all have to endure trying to muster the motivation to do a task that sends us to sleep. Unfortunately this is when procrastination often kicks in, and in most cases the boring work has gotta be done – like it or not! So what can you do to get motivated and through these tasks more quickly?

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Why Sloppy Is Better Than Perfect

May 1, 2012

I remember going to interviews back in my corporate life and being proud to state that perfectionism was one of my strengths. Oh how wrong I was! You see, striving for something that doesn’t exist is pretty foolish, and it can really hold your career and business back if you continue on a quest for something mythical. Here’s why…

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Forget The How, Focus On What

April 24, 2012

If you’ve been contemplating a career change, but don’t know how or what, it’s critical to get your head engaged first so that you don’t find yourself stuck in the same boring career this time next year! The key to getting your brain working FOR you, and not against you, lies in knowing your left from your right. Let me explain…

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5 Steps To Build A Smart Time Budget

April 17, 2012

If you’re savvy with your money you’ve probably got a budget that helps you spend and save your hard earned cash wisely. But as time is our most valuable commodity it goes without saying that we should all have a time budget too. The problem is most people don’t and that’s where they waste this important resource every day…

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Why You Need To Disrupt Your Routine

April 11, 2012

Routine can be a fabulous thing, letting us form habits that help us through the day and make life easier. But – and it’s a big BUT – routine can also be very detrimental when it comes to career progression and that’s why a rejig from time to time can benefit us all. Here’s why…

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5 Ways To Get Your Mojo Back On Bad Work Days

April 3, 2012

Everyone’s experienced ‘one of those days’ where you’ve lost your motivation to work, feel less capable of doing a good job and your productivity’s at an all-time low. But what can you do if every day feels like that? Here are 5 quick tips to help you get your mojo back asap…

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How To Reduce Your To-Do List

March 27, 2012

Have you got things on your to-do list that have been hanging around like a bad smell, hoping, wishing and waiting to get done week after week? If that sounds familiar you’ve got what I like to call a ‘gonna to-do list’ – something that can cause a lot of frustration if you’re not careful!…

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Improve Your Career With Creative Thinking

March 20, 2012

If you want to improve your career, but you’ve been stuck in a rut, working your butt off and getting nowhere, it’s time to start thinking a little more creatively to change the error of your ways…

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How To Avoid Being A Jobsworth

March 6, 2012

In any job it’s important to know what your goals and objectives are, and a good clear job description will give you exactly that. However, if you want to be an outstanding employee or excel in your chosen career, ditching your job description could be just what you need to get ahead faster. Here’s why….

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