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The Career Adventure Blog

New Tricks

She’s always been a great mum, but she has definitely always put her role of ‘mum’ and ‘wife’ first. Any career aspirations she may have had, were firmly kept on the back burner.

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The Akeno Adventure is live!

My client highlighted that I’d been offering guidance, support and advice far beyond the remit for which I’d been hired. I’d stepped into the roles of coach, guide, mentor, and champion…

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A Lesson in Learning

My career has been full of training courses, consultancy sessions and workshops. However, for a long time, I have been the one stood at the front of the room, conducting the session. Last month, the tables were turned, and for the first time in a VERY long time, I was part of the audience.

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The Adventure

A guest post from Steve Bellew, who talks about his adventure into a new phase of his career. He discusses the importance of support during times of change, and the power of others recognising your strengths; even when you can’t see them yourself!

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Putting The ME Into Self DevelopMEnt

Confession time.... I am one of those entrepreneurs who has been terrible at self-development in the past. I have been guilty of not focusing on myself, and not taking time or making the investment in me.

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Prosper With Positivity

My advice to anyone who is dealing with challenges, in their personal or business lives, is to channel positivity. Don’t let negativity win. Maintaining positivity does take focus and attention though; it’s not easy.

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Self-esteem vs Self-worth

The subject of self-worth really resonates with me, particularly as I’m someone who has suffered at the hands of low self-esteem. If you were to meet me in person, you would likely not believe that I suffer from low self-esteem.

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Avoiding Burnout at Times of Change

Business has to change and people need to go through it as humans, not cogs in the wheel of an organisation. Often in retrospect, people realise the change was good and an opportunity for growth, but as that change is happening, it never feels good.

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