Monthly Archives: April 2012

Short-Term Gain or Long-Term Vision?

Pre-emptive strikes are seen as crucial in winning tactical advantage over an enemy. Hit them when and where they least expect it; weaken their defences and resistance; walk in. How often do we run our lives (and our businesses) on … Continue reading

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What Happens When We Fail?

We live in an age of dichotomy; on one hand we are told we need to take risks, but if we do and then fail, we run the risk of everybody (Press, boss, company, even family) pointing the finger in … Continue reading

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We Can’t Do Everything Ourselves

I love Easter as it reminds me that I am incapable of doing everything myself; sometimes I just have to let someone else help me! The problem is that many of us see accepting help as failure because we’ve been … Continue reading

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Be The Encouragement Others Need

If you’re like me, you’ll have days where it would be so helpful to receive a bit of encouragement from another person. It isn’t that we walk around craving encouragement as a profession, it’s just that some days take their … Continue reading

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Social Media, Social Interaction & Integrity

Social Media must be one of the hottest buzzwords at the moment; from value in $, to time lost at work, to legal challenges on employers requesting potential employees’ social media activities. Opinion on the value of social media also … Continue reading

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