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Don't follow the herd

Learn the secrets of the Financially Independent

Make your sales ability really pay. Earn what you’re worth by starting your own business in the leadership development sector. 56 more words

Filling the Void

After close to a year of constant travel and a more recent two weeks of pushing myself to continue work under little-sleep-no-nutrition conditions, I finally fell sick enough that I had to ban all work from the bedroom, switch off my phone, and spend six days staring at the ceiling. 548 more words

Corporate Citizen

Achieve your goals


Are you finding it harder to work for a boss? Have you always wanted a better work/life balance? Then build you own business. Start part time or full time. 81 more words

Lifes Your Choice

Why I'm Quitting My Job as a Stay-at-Home Mom!

Ashley Abramson, writing in the HuffPost Endeavor blog, shares her candid insight on making a decision to become a full time stay-at-home mom for her son and also her later decision to re-enter the work world. 269 more words

Work/Life Balance

Foodie Translators - If language be the food of love….

Wait, it’s music, isn’t it? Well, either way, a passion for language and food are very much interconnected in my book. As linguists, some of the very first words we learn when getting to grips with a new language are food-related: how to order a coffee, basic meals in restaurants, two beers please… And rightly so, as socialising and eating/drinking present one of the finest opportunities for social interaction and the ability to combine the skills you’ve learned with actually communicating with other people. 1,021 more words


Legos and longing -second thoughts on working mom-dom.

I am sharing this piece which I first posted on Spirit of Power early this week, because the response has been so overwhelmingly supportive, and because the topic has consumed my thoughts since the spark was lit in my little mind.  934 more words


Clothes for Work

My grandfather ran a restaurant business, which my father now runs, throughout the second half of the last century. When I was a little girl, I told my dad that I wanted to get a summer job, and very quickly found myself spending my days filing and sorting through the basement archives. 907 more words