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Tweet Love this piece from Bill Jensen. He says “I recently had the opportunity to interview Yao Huang, who’s been named one of the top 25 women driving New York’s tech scene. I encourage you to watch her video. Lots of wisdom packed into 8 mins. About half-way thru she describes major life discoveries from […]

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Tweet My prescription for a daily dose of happiness….

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Tweet Happy New Year. So, have you or haven’t you?…… Made new years resolutions that is. This year I have made a big decision to not make any. Just 3 words. Well actually only 2 at the mo…FOCUS and ACTION. What are yours ? Also have been experimenting with a new iPhone app called Gratitude! […]

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Tweet Our friend Bruce Lynn from Dynamic Work sent this to me recently. Some very interesting thoughts on happiness via portfolio careers… I thought of an extension to the zoo analogy today after a customer meeting.  In the wild, you are prized for your speed and strength.  In the zoo, you are prized for being […]

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Tweet Barrie recently posted about the F word(s) flexibility, fulfillment and freedom – some of the benefits of a portfolio career.  Scott Adams of Dilbert fame talks about a similar thought around CHOICE. He suggests that if a genie could grant us our perfect work/life blend BUT the genie would do the scheduling – would we say yes? […]

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Happiness – does it just come naturally?

by Barrie Hopson on December 11, 2008 · 1 comment

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Tweet Sonja Lyubomirsky has just published a book on happiness adding to the growing mountain of work in this area. It is a subject that often comes up when I talk about Portfolio Careers with people. Those who have them say they could not be happy with anything else and those without them cannot imagine […]

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The risks of being a portfolio worker

by Barrie Hopson on September 21, 2008 · 0 comments

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Tweet There are many – and we will be visiting them from time to time but certainly one is that because we are always juggling business cards, co-ordinating our daily lives, managing the daily lives of others in our family so that all the pieces are in place we sometimes miss out on the the […]

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