In stepping out of your comfort zone, one of the key elements to keep in mind is your emotional being. This plays a crucial part in your day-to-day life. It’s one thing to sense the world around you, and it’s another to truly experience it. There is a clear distinction between the outside world and you… until emotions come into the mix.Continue Reading
Previous work on intergenerational fairness has sought to define generations by year of birth. The Intergenerational Commission defined the post war generations as the Baby Boomers, born …Continue Reading
A trend that has started a decade ago is remote working where professional has the freedom to have a flexible life. On the face of it the idea looks very relaxing but it comes with all sort of challenges. It can be frightening for some, stressful for other due to lack of communication, boredom, etc.Continue Reading
Easy options are not always the best options. Here are just 7 reasons why:
It is easy to eat junk food.
It it easy not to exercise.
It is easy to be busy with no time for yourself or your loved ones.
It is easy to hurt someone’s feeling.
It is easy to be lazy.
It is easy to stay in the old boring job.
And it is easy to watch TV all day.
Eventually by choosing an easy life, life gets harder.Continue Reading
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Environment dictates performance, and we gain more experience by exposing ourselves to new environment.Continue Reading
Learn how to lead your career in 7 steps.Continue Reading
While the debate about the future of work continues to get plenty of media coverage, much of it is of the alarmist ‘the robots are coming to take your job’ version. It makes for good press and interesting, populist stories. There are three things to think about if you have 10+ years left to work or run your business. I call them the WWW, not the world wide web or wild wild west Work, Workforce & Workplace.Continue Reading
“This book offers positive advice about what to expect and how to deal with it. I commend it to everybody who is making their transition run and knows they need a compass and a map.” — General Sir Richard Barrons KCB CBEContinue Reading
Career change has to be and marshal for self betterment, minimising drudgery and expanding those jobs that bring meaningful and fulfilment in our lives.Continue Reading