Just Do It!

There’s a reason that one of the most successful sneaker companies of all time has: “Just do it!” as their tagline. It’s because it is actually sound advice. Why? Well, it’s because procrastination can be a real problem in all sorts of areas of our lives. Stopping being as productive or effective as we might. But when you are working from home procrastination can become at arm form.

There is always something to take away your attention from your work. But this can be damaging as you get seriously behind with what you are meant to be doing. So read on to find out how to ‘just do it,’ and beat procrastination below. Continue reading

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Build Yourself A Career In Property

Do you think there’s gold in bricks and mortar? If so, you’re not alone! Thousands of people are already forging a career in the property industry as it is such a lucrative path to take. But it’s not only the money that is attracting people to this line of work.

One of the other advantages is that there is a wide range of jobs and positions that you could take up. Here are just a few great options if you are considering making a career in property. Continue reading

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How To Transition Out of The Service Industry

Unless you’re at the top of the food chain, working in the service industry is a grind. The hours are weird, the pay is all over the place, the shifts are unsteady, and the long-term path is unclear.

It can be fun and fulfilling if you find the right opportunity, but for most it’s a stop-gap measure to ensure that ends continue to meet. There are avenues you can take to find a different job, you just have to be organized, creative, and maybe a little lucky.

Here’s 5 steps to getting out of the service industry. Continue reading

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Earning While You’re Out Of Work

There are lots of reasons why you might not be employed right now. Perhaps you haven’t yet picked up your first job after leaving college? Maybe you’ve recently lost your job? Or perhaps you haven’t found the right post with the right company to put you where you want to be in your career? Don’t sit idly waiting for that job to fall in your lap. Instead, bring the money in and boost your resume at the same time. Here are 5 ways to do it: Continue reading

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Help Your Kid Stand Out To Future Employers

We all want our children to reach great levels of success once they finish school and college.

But the fact is that these days the world is very competitive. It’s hard for anyone to find any position, let alone in their dream career.

To deal with this issue, you need to make sure that your kid stands out on the job market and becomes someone who is going to be an essential hire for any employer. There are a few ways that you can help your child do this, and we’re going to look at them right now.

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Constructing Greater Opportunities As A Contractor In The Construction Arena

In the construction game, it isn’t uncommon for people to work as contractors rather than traditional full-time employees.   

If you are going to take this route, however, it is imperative that you make it work for you. The last thing you want is to spend extended periods without work. That will reduce your yearly takings greatly, bringing some very serious repercussions to your life.

So, use these simple tricks to ensure that you get more work as a contractor. Sustained success in the construction game will be assured. Continue reading

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Is Freelancing The Right Career Type For You?

 

When you first start to think about the right career for you, or what alternative career path might suit you, you can often think of some of the more traditional careers, like a doctor or lawyer.

But, depending on your personality, you might enjoy something more flexible, like freelancing. When you freelance, you can work in a wealth of fields, like accounting or journalism. However, you still need to decide whether the nature of freelance work would be right for you. To help out with that, take a look at these questions and consider whether the answers are what you’re looking for. Continue reading

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