How Working Remotely Helped Lawyers Make the Best of a Bad Situation 

In a lot of cases, the doom and gloom of late will also bring about quite enterprising and more fulfilling ways to work. Life’s most difficult situations can also be the most transformative, as I expect many of us have come to learn.

Because of Longevity There’s Space For a Whole New Worklife Chapter 

This was no ordinary job search campaign, and we soon agreed his best plan of action was to connect with people he’d met throughout his career, just by way of catching up for a coffee or beer and having a chat about things in general.

How to Take The Cork Out of the Bottle of Something You Want to Release

Whatever you want to do, there is a clear path to it, and once you understand those steps, it becomes much more intuitive, and perhaps it even gives you the courage to get started. Because that’s what you need most, the courage to get started. The courage to take the cork out of the bottle.

Why Bizarre Interview Questions Are Asked and How to Handle Them 

The first trick of asking questions is to determine if your question is a good one. Just because a question has never been asked does not make it good. Smart people have been asking questions for quite a few centuries now, so many of the questions that haven’t been asked are bound to yield some uninteresting answers.

Why Are Speculative Job Approaches Important and Do They Work? Part 2 

The stories I write are based on real WorkLife challenges, obstacles and successes. In some stories, I share my own experiences, and with permission, stories of people I’ve worked with, whose names have been changed to protect their anonymity. Other persons and companies portrayed in the stories are not based on real people or entities.

Why Are Speculative Job Approaches Important and Do They Work? Part 1 

Therein lies my case that speculatively approaching organisations for work is important. It can help you get onto their radar to be considered for a position when a role becomes available. And so, yes, speculative job approaches do actually work.