How to Drive Your Vision Through Your Motivated Abilities

We All Have ‘Can Do’ Abilities. But It’s Our ‘Motivated’ Abilities That Drive Our Vision “Everyone deserves an opportunity to succeed.”  Those words had impacted Una as a teenager and have remained with her ever since.  They went on to be the words that represent her Vision statement at the volunteering coaching company she foundedContinue reading “How to Drive Your Vision Through Your Motivated Abilities”

Following Your Vision and Going It Alone Can Be Extremely Lonely

But, Along With Your Motivated Abilities, Knowing How To Go It Alone Is Also The Secret To Getting There Andreas had experienced severe burnout in his position as a recruitment consultant within the insurance industry.  He had been working long hours. Not only had there been excessive demands on his time, but there had alsoContinue reading “Following Your Vision and Going It Alone Can Be Extremely Lonely”

How To Be Vulnerable And Courageous

“Vulnerability is the core of shame and fear and a struggle for worthiness, but it appears that it’s also the birthplace of joy, of creativity, of belonging, of love.” Brené Brown We live in a vulnerable world, and one of the ways we deal with our own vulnerability is to numb it — grief, shame, doubt, anxiety, fear,Continue reading “How To Be Vulnerable And Courageous”

Quote #20 That Helped Shape The Chapters Of My First Book

To Give People an Understanding Into What the Chapter Was About. To Open Their Thinking without Telling Them How or What to Think Chapter #20 Time For a Little (Or a Lot) Of Self-Analysis The Power Of Apology And The Power Of Speaking Up Quote #20 “You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you canContinue reading “Quote #20 That Helped Shape The Chapters Of My First Book”

The Creative Freelancer Who Came in From the Cold

Then Brought Her Fellow Creatives With Her to a Space Where Their Work Was Valued and Fairly Compensated Juliet had found herself out in the cold when she had walked away from a job at a company that didn’t value or fairly compensate her work as a creative. But then something extraordinary happened. When aloneContinue reading “The Creative Freelancer Who Came in From the Cold”

Purpose Wins Over Profit Every Time. In The End. That Is.

But It Can Take Time and It Can Also Demand Courage It was 2010, and Sabina was reeling from failing in her first (and only) contract as an independent recruiter in the restaurant industry. She had, in fact, walked away from the job because she felt she couldn’t deliver on the contract without compromising on her Purpose: ToContinue reading “Purpose Wins Over Profit Every Time. In The End. That Is.”

Creatives Need to Be Valued and Fairly Compensated for Their Work


The Business Impact of Creativity Has Long Since Proved Its Worth. That Needs to Be Recognised and Rewarded Juliet resigned from her job as a features writer at a tabloid newspaper. Why? There were a few reasons. The most pressing being, she didn’t feel valued. She felt her work was undervalued and under-compensated. She wasContinue reading “Creatives Need to Be Valued and Fairly Compensated for Their Work
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How To Navigate Your WorkLife and Find Your Purpose

You May Discover It at an Early Stage of Your WorkLife, Or You May Discover It at a Later Stage. Both Are OK. As a young girl, Mary didn’t have any great aspirations about what she wanted to do or be in her WorkLife. Her university choice came about because she knew she enjoyed drama.Continue reading “How To Navigate Your WorkLife and Find Your Purpose”

Creatives Need to Be Valued and Fairly Compensated for Their Work

The Business Impact of Creativity Has Long Since Proved Its Worth. That Needs to Be Recognised and Rewarded Juliet resigned from her job as a features writer at a tabloid newspaper. Why? There were a few reasons. The most pressing being, she didn’t feel valued. She felt her work was undervalued and under-compensated. She wasContinue reading “Creatives Need to Be Valued and Fairly Compensated for Their Work”

How To Let Curiosity Be Your Driving Force

“The unknown was my compass. The unknown was my encyclopaedia. The unnamed was my science and progress.” Anaïs Nin Curiosity is something that we’re born with. As children, we’re amazed by and question everything. We’re sponges for information and learn at an incredible rate. As we navigate through our WorkLife, curiosity is often the first pointContinue reading “How To Let Curiosity Be Your Driving Force”