Monthly Archives: April 2017

Teaching: Your Next Big Career Move?

If there is one person who we owe a lot to in life that isn’t in our direct contact network right now – it could be that teacher who changed it all for us. The one who bent the rules … Continue reading

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Ultimate Tips For Dealing With The Boss From Hell

Your working environment can often have a huge impact on how able you are to do your job. Unless you are freelance or work for yourself, you will probably spend most of your working days in an office with other … Continue reading

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Improving Your Professional Life Out Of Office

Improving your professional life out of the office is really important if you want to do well at work. Doing your best at work is great, but aiming to improve in your own time will give you an edge over … Continue reading

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Is Your Boss Exploiting You?

When it comes to work, there’s a fine line between negotiation and exploitation. In a negotiation, your boss asks you to do something and you have the option of firing back with a series of demands to sweeten the deal. … Continue reading

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Getting Comfortable in Your New Office

It can take a while to make yourself comfortable at a new job. There are new people to meet, new ways of working to get a grasp of and a boss to impress. If you can make your new office … Continue reading

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The Right Way To Start A Consultancy Business

At some point in your career, whatever industry you serve, you will be getting close to achieving expertise in everything you do. And when this occurs, you might be tempted to take those skills away from the safety of your … Continue reading

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Little Office Lifts

An office is not always easy to run. On the face of it, it seems like it is. But in reality it simply isn’t. There are dozens of things you need to think of, all kinds of issues to be … Continue reading

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