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”

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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WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Turn Your Story Into A Powerful Presentation

Welcome to WorkLife Book Of The Week. Every week Monday through Sunday I serialise a story from the School of WorkLife book series. I do this each day in under 280 characters, which I post across my social media channels. Then at the end of each week, I bring all 7 daily posts together hereContinue reading “WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Turn Your Story Into A Powerful Presentation”

WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Start Something New In Difficult Times

Welcome to WorkLife Book Of The Week. Every week Monday through Sunday I serialise a story from the School of WorkLife book series. I do this each day in under 280 characters, which I post across my social media channels. Then at the end of each week, I bring all 7 daily posts together hereContinue reading “WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Start Something New In Difficult Times”

WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Overcome Self-Sabotage

Welcome to WorkLife Book Of The Week. Every week Monday through Sunday I serialise a story from the School of WorkLife book series. I do this each day in under 280 characters, which I post across my social media channels. Then at the end of each week, I bring all 7 daily posts together hereContinue reading “WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Overcome Self-Sabotage”

Willingness to Change is a Strength

Be Mindful Of the Stories You Tell Yourself, Change Your Story, Change Your Work-Life Tara lost her job as a retail banker, when the branch she had worked at for thirty years merged with the only other bank in town, resulting in significant job losses. She knew she wouldn’t be able to find a newContinue reading “Willingness to Change is a Strength”

What to Do When Uncertainty is a Certainty. What You Can Learn from Actors and the 3 Rs of Drama:

(The Big) Reveal, Realisation and Reaction and How to Manage Your Present While Creating Your Future If the year 2020 taught us anything, it taught us the need for independence, which comes from the ability to be self-reliant, which supports creating our own security, and ultimately our freedom. What to Do When Uncertainty is aContinue reading “What to Do When Uncertainty is a Certainty. What You Can Learn from Actors and the 3 Rs of Drama:”

WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Be Vulnerable And Courageous

Welcome to WorkLife Book Of The Week. Every week Monday through Sunday I serialise a story from the School of WorkLife book series. I do this each day in under 280 characters, which I post across my social media channels. Then at the end of each week, I bring all 7 daily posts together hereContinue reading “WorkLife Book Of The Week: How To Be Vulnerable And Courageous”

What Are You Going to Be When You Grow Up?

Or Maybe a Better Question Who Are You Going to Be at Your Next WorkLife Stage? Roisin had never really found her place in her WorkLife. She had stumbled from one thing to another. She had reinvented herself so many times along her WorkLife journey, all the time she felt she was constantly reinventing herselfContinue reading “What Are You Going to Be When You Grow Up?”