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This may not be rocket science, sound particularly interesting, or life changing, but it’s worth considering if there are ways to reframe our thinking, and stay on track in our increasingly busy lives.
As the old year ends, most people reflect on their achievements, and set resolutions for the new year. I must admit, 2017 was a whopper of a year for me – personal and professional achievements were way beyond my expectations at the start of the year!
We’ve been busy with individual consultations, and facilitation for small business, but there’s a new project in the pipeline for Mayten Consulting!
Are you keeping up to date with developments in your field? A little light reading now and then can help you stay up to date with emerging issues, or just remind you of key concepts for effective leadership and management.
Running a small business is hard work. You put passion, emotion, and energy into building relationships with your clients, and hopefully they do in return.
There’s a common thought that “Busy people get more done”. Good time management is a great skill to have.
Entering a new environment is exciting, but sometimes scary. You are moving out of your comfort zone to try something new – a new job, starting study, a new neighbourhood or adventuring somewhere else in the world.
Regardless of the type of interview, they all require strategy. Like playing a board game, a musical instrument or any sport, you need practice, technique and confidence. These three are critical to a strong interview strategy, regardless of the setting.
Last week, I was involved in a kids’ art competition, and it prompted me to ask myself: “What kind of experiences do parents think will provide a rich education?”