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Tweet I always find something of value in looking at Hannah Morgan’s blog and this morning she was making a reference to a remark that Dick Bolles (he of Parachute fame) made about hope. She paraphrases it as “When you have no options you have no HOPE.  Show people their options and you can see […]

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Tweet Indeed. You read that right. Instead of just writing about how to create a Portfolio Career, Nick Williams, Adrian Bourne and myself will all be offering up ideas to get you moving or at least thinking of finding work that you enjoy and get paid for. Nick Williams runs Inspired Entrepreneurs and has written […]

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Tweet We have quoted before from Hannah Morgan’s website and newsletter about job searching and below are a host of sites that she is recommending for people who are getting disillusioned with the process. Portfolio workers of course are looking for more than 1 job so in theory could get even more demoralised. If you […]

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Tweet Brand You : Personal Branding After Seth Godin’s impassioned plea to us all to develop our own brand I came across this interesting presentation thanks to Hannah Morgan’s blog. Bit long but you can skip through quickly and it is worth a look.

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Tweet In our book we talk about the value of using LinkedIn for marketing, networking and developing your brand. Hannah Morgan’s newsletter this morning gave us a whole list of useful sites to peruse to exploit LinkedIn. One of the ones I found to be particularly useful was 100+ Smart Ways to Use LinkedIn. Have […]

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Tweet We are delighted to have Hannah Morgan as our guest blogger again. Her recipe here should be meat and drink to all portfolio workers: This recipe calls for large quantities of self awareness, self discipline and self confidence. It will serve as many people as you want it to. Pre-heat oven. Prepare surface by […]

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Tweet This is a guest posting from Hannah Morgan who has an excellent website packed with sound advice about job seeking. All of her advice is as relevant to portfolio workers as to people with other workstyle preferences. We quote from Hannah in our new book. “People have asked me why I don’t talk about […]

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