Have you fallen into the trap of chasing shiny new things in your career or business? It may be costing you dearly. Here’s why…
I have a big problem with small business owners undercharging for their products and services, and from my experience, way too many of you are doing it.
Why is it that when it comes to social media people seem to change the rules of social interaction? If you send out LinkedIn invites or friend-requests on Facebook take a moment now to make sure you’re not being socially inappropriate…
Imagine if you knew you ‘just had to’ get on with something that’s been outside your comfort zone for a while or something that you’ve become well-versed at putting off. If push came to shove and you just got on with it, how different would your career or business look now?
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The holiday’s are over, most of the kids are back at school, and January is nearly done. With almost a 12th of the year over already – and time whizzing by as fast as ever – it’s essential that you start putting your proverbial wheels in motion if you want to make the most of […]
This is not another blog post about new years resolutions (hooray!). Don’t get me wrong, I love a good goal and get excited about this time of year as it feels fresh, new, and full of possibility. But as 95% of people fail to achieve their resolutions, it’s also a time that can be laden with frustration, doubt and overwhelm if the prior year didn’t quite work out as you’d planned, or if time seems to be passing you by with no real sense of achievement or progress.
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