Category Archives: goal setting

“Knowing yourself is the beginning of wisdom” Aristotle

Busy-ness   Multi – tasking is our norm. Many of us are so caught up in corporate “busy-ness” that we operate on automatic pilot, lose focus and stop paying attention, not just to our surroundings, but to ourselves. We do as many things as we can at one time in and actually take pride in it.…

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Career Management: A Learned Skill

Countless numbers of CVs cross my screen every day, either from candidates in the search process, or clients involved in transition coaching. So I’m pretty familiar with them. Jim Rohn usefully tell us “To solve any problem, there are three questions to ask yourself: First, what could I do? Second, what could I read? And…

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