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About careerresilience

Career Coach and Trainer at Blue Sky Career Consulting. Love to write and am currently juggling with four different blogs . Busy exploring ideas around how people can thrive in career and life.

It’s never just about the notes or the words..

Have been learning to play the piano for about seven years now, the first three of which I had an amazing piano teacher, Emily. Unfortunately, for a number of reasons it has not been possible for me to continue with … Continue reading

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What keeps you going, when times are tough?

What keeps you going when times are tough and work isn’t going so well or it just feels like you are ‘wading through treacle’? Your progress seems inordinately slow and you might even wonder if you are in fact moving … Continue reading

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What happens when someone asks for our help?……………..

Reflecting on the increasing number of requests for help on LinkedIn, and how we might respond when someone asks for our help. Continue reading

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Energy, engagement and enjoyment, Part two

Part one originally was originally published in October 2015 , so time I think to return to this topic and consider more deeply what might lie behind someone having attained a high level of skill in their field and yet experience little … Continue reading

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Bold and ‘Badass’ or Fierce and Free? …

An alternative way to help bolster your self confidence and self esteem. Continue reading

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Maybe, it’s not just about self-confidence….

What it might take to truly thrive, self-esteem, self-concept and self-confidence. Continue reading

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Brains in your head, feet in your shoes…

From the wonderful Dr Seuss: – “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” With these wonderfully wise words available to us and all the mobile technology at … Continue reading

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