If you are a business owner or are thinking of becoming one, I thought you’d enjoy this behind the scenes look into what it takes to run a passion-based business. In this candid interview you’ll discover some of the obstacles you’ll face, hear tips for how to overcome them and gain some downright wholesome inspiration [...]
Life Area: Career/Business
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If you want to find a job, you are going to need a resume or curriculum vitae (CV). Both documents outline your professional skills and experience in a few pages. The basic resume and CV is pretty much the same thing. The main difference is that a resume is shorter, being 2 pages or less [...]
As a life coach, I’ve helped lots of my coaching clients create a personal development plan that specifies what they need to do to live a fulfilling and happy life. In most cases, a big part of personal development planning is about how to be more happy in one’s job – which makes sense, given [...]
I often see talented professionals who suffer from the “I’m not good enough” syndrome. They definitely know their stuff, yet, with every new project, they get unnecessarily stressed-out, end up doing way more work than they need to do and compromise their family and leisure time. What an unnecessary waste! If this sounds like [...]
1. Know your desired outcome Know your desired outcome for the presentation before you start and then design your presentation with the sole purpose of obtaining your outcome. The great thing about this step is that even if you think you could have delivered your presentation better, as long as your audience leaves with the [...]
Why would you use the money spend exercise? This entry teaches you a fun and easy exercise that you can run with a group of people to turn a random list of ideas into a prioritised list of ideas. Priorities help us to focus our action, which means that we implement a more targeted approach. [...]
A short video explaining how to give effective feedback at work.
Here is the only way to structure a winning presentation. When followed, this structure, known as 4-mat, guarantees that your presentation will connect with each of the 4 main learning styles. This mean you’ve got everyone in the audience covered from the strategic thinker, to the hands-on type, to the creative daydreamer, to the data [...]