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Want To Stay Employable? Stay Relevant. [Sharing My Journey]

Boomers: Do you want or need to stay in the job market a while longer?  Whether you plan to work full-time, part-time, free-lance, or have other workplace related goals, staying relevant is the key to being competitive with Millennials. 491 more words


Free Lance: nuevo movimiento cultural

El trabajo “free lance” ha venido creciendo desmesuradamente, impulsado en primer lugar por la crisis económica que atraviesa parte del mundo y por el auge de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación. 1,539 more words

Trabajos Finales

Living the dream?Track4: Shut Up & Dance

Sometimes, and just sometimes, all that it’s been left behind when you decided to live your dream will simply pop up along the way and make you doubtful. 702 more words

Living the dream? Track3: sailing the roller-coaster

June has been very busy so far (it actually feels more like two months squeezed into one) and things have gone fast:  two house movings in less than 2 weeks and all that goes with it; two intense, inspiring Pilates training courses and obviously, teaching hours to build up and take care of. 503 more words

Living the dream?Track2 pt.2: be what you want to be(come)

A final consideration about this first month “living my dream” as a free-lance, after the previous juicy post.
I kept the following point as last as it’s something that has been rolling in the background throughout the whole month, but I only identify it very recently. 479 more words

Living the dream?Track2 pt.1: be what you want to be(come)

Happy free-lance anniversary! Celebrating one month today with a few considerations about the beginning of the journey.

  1. The obvious but still worrying self warnings are there to serve you and I found myself repeating them (as you should),  sometimes with true intentions and sometimes more because it’s part of the mindset.
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Detonate me.

Infuse, detonate, radiate. Sounds like a cycle. Like a beginning, a middle, and an end. Of energy.

Today, energy carries many meanings for me. I sort of miss the days when energy meant the strength to play after I had eaten; when I didn’t know it was just another name for what powered the screen I sat in front of to watch cartoons; when I didn’t 254 more words

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