Do what you can with what you’ve got. For me, that was a website (a dead one!), a great space, and an idea that I believed had viability.
Category Archives: WorkLife Lessons
A Turning Point Story: What It Takes to Be an Employee Focussed Employer
“I felt being paid a higher wage was a trade-off for being appreciated, supported and respected for the work I do.” Words that served as a turning point.
Why and Howthe Smartest People are Self: Coaching, Directing and Leading Themselves Into a New Role
Wanting to control an uncertain future caused Millie to rethink her WorkLife beyond her industry by self: coaching, directing and leading
How to Adopt a Strategy for Potentially Big and Small Incremental Learning Development and Growth Steps
Both Big and Small step strategies are needed at different times and in different situations to advance your learning development and growth
How to Plan To Go From Being Laid off to Side-Hustler to Solopreneur
Your next WorkLife chapter might be a short story or it might be a novel. Beginning to plan your side hustle you don’t need all the details.
How to Use Your Left and Right Brain When Planning to Work Independently
Tobias thought about the crucial skills needed in his WorkLife, and whether they required Right Brain or Left Brain Thinking and Doing.
How to Be Observant in a WorkLife World That’s New to You
Whatever you want to do, there is a clear path to it, and once you understand those steps, it becomes much more intuitive and motivating.
Something Was Missing in Aleksis’s WorkLife, But He Wasn’t Sure Exactly What
Learn to value your skills. Because to other people, they’re valued. Learn how to package them in a way that’s valuable to others
At the Intersection of Self-Reflection, Self-Questions, Self-Feedback and Self-Awareness
Start with who you are. With what you have. With where you are. You will find you have a lot to support you to do what you want to do next
How Time Out Can Help Self-Awareness
There may be times in your WorkLife when you question your belonging and how your identity is accepted and respected within your community