Having more than one passion links to greater happiness…

15 November 2016

…. was a finding from an article in the Journal of Happiness Studies recently. Admittedly the research was on students only but the findings were significant enough to get the authors speculating about numbers of passions and happiness and well being. The results clearly showed that those with 2 or more passions scored significantly more […]

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Working from Home

9 November 2016

Many portfolio workers though not all work from home and indeed see that as one of the benifits. So I was delighted to be approached by www.creditdonkey.com/work-from-home-sites.html to use some of my ideas on a page they were working on to promote portfolio careers. It gives a wide range of jobs that people are choosing […]

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GP’s encouraged to pursue portfolio careers

9 October 2016

General practice should cast off the stuffy reputation of traditional models of working and embrace ‘exciting’ new systems to attract trainees into the workforce, Health Education England (HEE) has said. Selling new ways of working and flexible careers will be emphasised as part of plans to get more trainees into the profession and build a […]

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Live Happpier: How to design a retirement that you love

20 September 2016

My last posting was all about portfolio living – including portfolio careers – taking over from traditional life stages like Retirement. I have intimated that I have been spending much time over the past 2 years in producing an online learning programme to help people prepare and plan for their retirement as of course we […]

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Retirement and Portfolio Living

15 September 2016

In writing our book in 2009 we were intrigued to discover research that suggested that the 2 groups most attracted by the notion of pursuing a portfolio career were the Millennials (under 28’s) and the 60+ group. Us ‘baby boomers’ have fundamentally changed every life stage we have lived through. Remember the 60’s? No of […]

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Portfolio Careers in Iran!

6 September 2016

Yes our book  has just been published in Iran by Magyar Publishers. If you use Google Translate you can see the book featured on their website at www.mazyarpub.com in the science section. Don’t all rush at once! Fascinated to discover why it has interested a major publisher in Iran. We would be delighted to hear […]

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What portfolio careers workers need for event marketing

8 August 2016

We have used infographics from our creative friends at http://www.maximillion.co.uk/event-management/social-superheroes-present-event-marketing before and this was one I really liked as it emphasises all the options you should be thinking through for marketing an event or anything else for that matter. Hope you enjoy it and thanks to Clare Maximillion for sending it to us.  

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Brexit, Portfolio Careers and the Positives of Uncertainty

25 June 2016

I am delighted to introduce a guest blog today, Rachel Brushfield, director of Energise – The Talent Liberation Company. https://www.linkedin.com/in/energiseliberateyourtalent Rachel shares her thoughts on uncertainty following the Leave outcome of the UK referendum. The certainty of uncertainty While on holiday in Sicily recently, I awoke to hotter than expected June air and the smell […]

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1 in 3 US workers now have 2 or more job…..

31 May 2016

…. according to a the latest report from Adobe titled “Work in Progress”. Just over 1,000 U.S. office workers were questioned on their sentiments about the future of work. I was asked in an interview recently if porfolio careers had a future!!

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Hire Me My Way

30 May 2016

An excellent new resource for people looking for alternatives to the traditional concepts of work and careers. The Hire Me My Way campaign is led by Timewise, a multi-award winning social business. Their founding vision is that ‘everyone should be able to find the flexibility they need in their job, without losing their value in the workplace.’ […]

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