There are many reasons to change your job and it might just be that you feel you are stuck in a rut and not enjoying your work at all. It could be that you are undervalued or making no progress. Perhaps you just have a need for change. It might be an easy decision but the underlying reasons could also be one or more of the following: 1. You are ready for a new career You have goals, you are a proactive and have a specific career plan. The job you are in now is the springboard to your next oppor
Did you have a great time over Christmas? Did you get some great presents? Or did you get something you don’t like or already have? While on holidays in Germany I spotted the above poster (which was behind glass, hence the reflection of other things in the photo) about a ‘Wichtelsonntag’, which intrigued me and I did some research: Wichtel = gnome, imp and Sonntag = Sunday, [...]
Alex Wilson, a prolific abstract artist died on 19th April 2015. Born in Scotland in the 1930’s he travelled and worked in a variety of occupations until he settled in Eastbourne, becoming a well respected coin expert and authoring a prestigious book about gold coins. A man brim full of humour and fun, he was also a chess champion, snooker player, avid music fan and yoga practioner. He painted and sketched throughout his life and devoted much of his time in later years to his passion for art, c
Good or bad? The job search skills include a myriad of activities including perfecting your CV but don't forget your cover letter is of equal importance. Once your CV is ready you need to prepare your cover letter (or email) in such a way that your application will not be overlooked. This cover letter is the one that you attach your CV to and the one that gets you noticed by the recruiter. Your reader needs to know instantly that you are: an interested candidate a skilled candidate an informed
In this 10 Quick Tips we take a look at the key points you need to remember when you’re blogging or writing any other online content… 1) Stop writing utter sales poop thinly disguised as blog posts, SocMed posts or whatever: nobody is fooled any more. No matter how short your post is, it must […]
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