Posts tagged skills
The value of business knowledge and where to find it

Many people believe that education stops once you finish school, but this is not the case. Your education stops the moment you believe you can’t learn anything new anymore. For most people, that means the moment they draw their last breath — so, you’ve still got time!

Formal education is just one step in the learning process, yet there are many more and you can take as many steps as you like.

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3 common job search roadblocks and how to jump them

“What do you do when you’re ready to take the next step in your career and you know exactly what you want to do, but there are too many obstacles in the way? Do you:

A: Give up and say it’s all too hard, or

B: Look for different ways to get to where you want to go?

(Hint. The answer is B.)

Sometimes it can be hard to see how you can change your situation, but if you know where to look and are prepared to step outside your comfort zone, you can still get your dream job. Let’s look at three of the most common roadblocks that might be sitting in the middle of your career pathway and how you can get around them.”

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9 top tips for finding your online business niche

Are you looking for a sideline business to bring in extra income or maybe one you can develop to replace your current job? If so, the online world is full of opportunities waiting for you. But, how do you know where to start? We all have some things we can either create for others or teach to others. Don’t worry if you are not a recognised ‘expert’ in any field, we’ll share some tips to help you move past that below. For now, just consider the big picture.

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Now I'm grown up, what do I want to be?

Do you ever feel that you should have figured out what you are supposed to be by now?

Maybe you are in a job that you enjoy (or maybe not), but even so, you feel as though there is something more that you are meant to do to before you can truly feel fulfilled. The problem is that you have no idea what that ‘something’ is. Sound familiar?

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