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Tweet How full is your ENERGY pot? Whenever I speak to groups about their energy – I always get the best feedback on this exercise. Running a business, having a family and generally keeping body and soul together can be physically and mentally tiring. ENERGY is the key and understanding WHO and WHAT gives you […]

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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 A great infographic courtesy of my friend Steve Clayton says a lot about the new world of work and our place in it. Do you recognise yourself at all?

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Tweet Oh yes, its here. My talk on portfolio careers recently in High Wycombe. If you couldn’t make it there, click here …..

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Tweet StartUp Britain is a new campaign which hopes to inspire people across Britain to start and grow a business. ( A note from Oli Barratt) A group of 8 (me, Rajeeb Dey, Richard O’Connor, Emma Jones, Michael Hayman, Jamie Murray Wells, Lara Morgan and Duncan Cheatle sat down to think about what would be […]

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Tweet Employability. Whether you work for a company as “staff”, “permanent”, “contract”, “full time”, “part-time” – you are FREELANCE. Took me a long time to learn this but once I did , I never looked back. The only person who can control your working life is you. Imagine you have to re apply for your […]

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Tweet Chris Brogan says we should all share a little more. Personally, I believe sharing information and experience helps us to feel a bit more connected, respected, valued and keeps us on our toes. Its a way of reaching out to others you might never meet face to face but can still give and receive […]

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Tweet Career Paralysis: 5 Reasons Why Our Brains Struggle With Career Decisions (And How Psychology Can Help) We talk a great deal in our book on the changing nature of careers so I was delighted to come across this fascinating slide show from Rob Archer from Bloom Psychology.

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Tweet This is the title of a discussion that we have just begun on our Linkedin portfolio careers group. Do have a look as there are some fascinating views being shared on this topic and it is a topic that both of us are questioned about more and more when meeting people. It would appear […]

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Tweet Twitter – it delivers trust, speed and brand. Now everything you ever wanted to know about it.

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