How to Answer Bizarre Interview Questions such as How Would You Count the Hairs on a Cat?

William Was Asked This Question at an Interview For a Role at an Investment Bank. He Was Given a Pen, Paper, and Calculator to Work It Out! Part of a series of stories of weird questions people were asked at interviews, how they answered them, and what the interviewer may have been looking for inContinue reading “How to Answer Bizarre Interview Questions such as How Would You Count the Hairs on a Cat?”

When You Know You Have to Fire Your Client, Your Collaborator or Your Colleague to Save Your Sanity

A Client, Collaborator or Colleague That Drains You With Too Many Demands, or Derails Your Morale, Needs to Be Fired From Your WorkLife Because for all the time you waste salvaging deteriorating relationships, you could instead be opening yourself up to doing great work with great people, and living a happy and healthy WorkLife as aContinue reading “When You Know You Have to Fire Your Client, Your Collaborator or Your Colleague to Save Your Sanity”

Start With Where You Are With What You’ve Got and With Who You Are

Maria was in her early 50s when she began her return journey to the world of acting. Over thirty years earlier, on finishing school, she had gone straight onto drama school, gaining a BA (Hons) in Drama & Theatre Arts. Soon after she married and started a family. She chose to be a stay-at-home mum,Continue reading “Start With Where You Are With What You’ve Got and With Who You Are”

Body Language Speech Patterns and the 7/38/55 Principle in WorkLife Interactions

Charlie Had Been Tasked With Helping to Improve Morale Within His Company, but He’d Come Away From the Meeting Feeling He’d Achieved Nothing Body Language Speech Patterns and the 7/38/55 Principle in WorkLife Interactions is part of a series of people’s stories about how the ability to read the situation and the other side in the momentContinue reading “Body Language Speech Patterns and the 7/38/55 Principle in WorkLife Interactions”

Taking Care of Your WorkLife Wellbeing

Maureen Was Already Feeling the Pressure of Her Need to Stay Socially Connected 24/7, When Her Husband, Robert, Was Diagnosed With Cancer Taking Care of Your WorkLife Wellbeing is part of a series of people’s WorkLife health stories. Stories of how the stresses of both work and life impacted their wellbeing. Stories of how people needed toContinue reading “Taking Care of Your WorkLife Wellbeing”

7% Of Meaning Is Communicated Through Spoken Word 38% Through Tone of Voice 55% Through Body Language

A Myth Misquoted Misinterpreted and Misunderstood: The 7% Rule: Fact, Fiction or Fallacy? A Myth Misquoted Misinterpreted and Misunderstood: The 7% Rule Fact, Fiction or Fallacy? is part of a series of stories of when studies or stories were taken out of context, stories of when facts were not checked causing them to be misreported, resulting inContinue reading “7% Of Meaning Is Communicated Through Spoken Word 38% Through Tone of Voice 55% Through Body Language”

Most Significant WorkLife Transition:

From Supreme Judge to Nomadic Social Media Marketer Most Significant WorkLife Transition is part of a series of stories of people who made changes to their WorkLife to live it with a sense of passion and pride. Stories of people who actively shaped their WorkLife so that the choices they make will bring about the satisfactionContinue reading “Most Significant WorkLife Transition:”

Creating a WorkLife You Love That Fulfils Your Wants and Needs

What do Westminster, A Village Hall and Knitting Classes Have in Common? What do Westminster, A Village Hall and Knitting Classes have in common? Is part of a series of stories about how people created a WorkLife that fulfilled their wants and needs at their different WorkLife stages. Stories about how people got creative and inventiveContinue reading “Creating a WorkLife You Love That Fulfils Your Wants and Needs”

My Plan B: Making My Book Available For Free

Your WorkLife Your Way Free 9 Week Programme. Managing and Navigating Your WorkLife in Times of Change and Uncertainty. My Plan B: Making My Book Available For Free is part of a series of people’s Plan B stories. Stories of what people did when life threw them a curveball when they had to regroup and rethinkContinue reading “My Plan B: Making My Book Available For Free”

How To Find Your Unique Story and Make It Into a Powerful Presentation

“Storytelling Is the Most Powerful Way to Put Ideas Out Into the World Today.” Robert Mckee How To Find Your Unique Story and Make It Into a Powerful Presentation … is part of a series of tips, techniques and stories to help you make an impact in all your communication needs, whether it’s conversations, presenting, influencing negotiatingContinue reading “How To Find Your Unique Story and Make It Into a Powerful Presentation”