Executing a great escape involves taking a risk. Taking a risk is what is going to drive you forward. It can be both scary and exciting. The important thing to remember is that you can take it one step at a time.
She began by sharing her Purpose: To create a workspace for creatives where their work is valued and fairly compensated. Within a short space of time, her fellow creatives were joining her publication. Juliet had brought them in from the cold – the cold of organisations that didn’t value their work and the cold of working alone.
The answer that came to me was that I could change the journeys my reading took me on to real-life journeys, going back in time and building knowledge of interesting people, places and events and their impact on society.
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.
Tobias thought about the crucial skills needed in his WorkLife, and whether they required Right Brain or Left Brain Thinking and Doing.
Some people are just naturally funny. They may have a way with words, or they may have a wacky way of looking at the world. Befriend them.
Making social enterprises profitable helps everyone in our community because it allows us to create impact, and create jobs.
Good Interviewers Will Give People the Chance to Tell Their Deeper Story, Which in Turn Allows Them to See a Person’s True Potential Clients will often ask me if they should put interests/hobbies on their CV, and without hesitation, I respond ABSOLUTELY. I believe it’s so important when people are being interviewed that the interviewer/sContinue reading “Your CV (Resume)Should Tell Your Worklife Story: Who You Are Both In and Out of Work”
“You Have Much of What You Need Within You, and What You Don’t Have, You Will Be Able to Find or Figure Out.” I actually don’t know where I first heard those words. I don’t believe it was from anyone I know. I read a lot, so they could be words from a book. IContinue reading “The Most Important Piece of Wisdom That Has Served Me Well Throughout My WorkLife”
The Closing — Creating a Positive Lasting Impression — The Art of Good Questions Photo by Llkka Karkkainen on Unsplash “Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.” Voltaire Asking a genuine question allows you to convey something you haven’t already brought up. For example: “According to your quarterly report, your revenues grew by 20%. What was thatContinue reading “Interviews #3 The Closing: Do You Have Any Questions You Would Like To Ask?”