9 ways to improve your employability

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A blog for graduate job seekers Improving in any area of life is a good thing. Being willing to change for the better makes up fifty percent of the leap forward towards achieving goals. The remaining fifty percent is dedication and effort to stay on track. There is a choice – to go it alone […]

Wisdom in Wealth

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This is my second blog in  a series of three about health, wealth and relationships.  You can read the first one about health matters here. Managing wealth is a precarious balancing act With just a little time and effort you can make a big difference to your wallet Anonymous Tweet Financial conditions can suddenly become […]

Wisdom in Health

Wisdom in Health

The reason for writing this blog is to partner with you on your health journey and leave you with some food for thought.I trust it will add value to your life and give some wisdom in health matters. Be health wise The greatest wealth is health Virgil Tweet As a child, I grew up in […]

Mental Health Issues at Work

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Here is a podcast of an interview I just did with Brumpod, The UK Small Business Podcast. The podcast is on Spotify and their website is https://brummies-networking.co.uk. It’s also on radiopublic at the link here. The text version follows if you would rather read about it. On Spotify On Radio Tell us a bit about […]

Hanging on to your leadership by a thread?

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A leader is best when people barely know that he exists, not so good when people obey and acclaim him, worst when they despise him. Fail to honour people, they fail to honour you. But of a good leader, who talks little, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will all say, “We […]