Great CV: Say it. Evidence it

At the beginning of a New Year many of you and those you serve will be considering new roles. So whether you are a job seeker, Coach, HR professional or Leader  I hope you enjoy the career related tips posted here in the coming months..… Tell Me and Prove It: Communicate your experience clearly by giving evidence-based examples of what you have done during your career to date. These need […]

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New Year- Great Career

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m4s0n501 At the beginning of a New Year many of you and those you serve will be considering new roles. So whether you are a job seeker, Coach, HR professional or Leader  I hope you enjoy the career related tips posted here in the coming months..… Your CV is a sales tool: Create a winning headline in your CV to attract attention.  “Marketing Professional with 15 years brand management experience […]

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We Always Have A Choice

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We always have a choice, whether we realise it or not. We are even choosing when sometimes we hesitate to make a choice. For more on that and how I buy a pair of shoes, listen here. We always have a choice, even at work.  There’s a choice about how we do the work even if apparently not about the work or project itself. If you have started to slow […]

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Digging through our Roots and Planting new Trees in New Landscapes

  “There exists a different state of mind beyond our cultural conditioning and programmed assumptions”.  This quote is from Buddha’s four noble truths. It originates from the 6th century BC when cultural conditioning was different and yet was, it seems, as rooted in our thinking as a frame of everyday unconscious reference as it is today. People viewed their current experience and thoughts through the lens of their historical understanding […]

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Running and Ruminating on the Basement Steps of Suffering

  Are you making it all too difficult by ruminating with the room mate in your head?    “The primary cause of our suffering is not our experience, but our response to our experience; what we think about it.“ Buddha. 6th century BC.   Stuff happens and I think if the Buddha was looking at our lives today he would suggest we stop thinking about the negative. That we might […]

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