• Wake-Up Call: 5 Lessons From My Illness

    Posted on July 15th, 2011 by Colin

    Wake-Up Call: 5 Lessons From My Illness

    This is a guest post by Sital Ruparelia “The universe is not short on wake-up calls. We’re just quick to hit the snooze button.” – Brene Brown 6 years ago this week I had a big wake-up call.

  • 7 Tips for Regaining Work Life Balance

    Posted on October 10th, 2010 by Colin

    7 Tips for Regaining Work Life Balance

    I really enjoy working together with professional people simply because of the way work life balance demonstrates itself in our lives – for all of us, life and work exist inside a nexus that we simply cannot extract our ways of loving, connecting, and making meaning. The difficulties we encounter in business enlighten each of [...]

  • How I Plan To Earn A 6 Figure Income In The Next 12 Months

    Posted on May 6th, 2010 by Colin

    Now that I’m 4 days into being self employed I though I’d share how I intend to support the family financially over the next 12 months and beyond. Let me know what you think by leaving a comment.

  • Five Great Lessons The Corporate World Has Taught Me……..as I leave

    Posted on April 28th, 2010 by Colin

    Five Great Lessons The Corporate World Has Taught Me……..as I leave

    On the 31st of April 2010, metaphorically speaking, I take my final bow on the corporate stage to go play in the public domain and follow my passion of helping others live theirs. This marks a significant ending in my life. When we give ourselves time to think about it, endings can enrich our lives. [...]

  • Sital Ruparelia Interview – How To Love Your Job Whilst You Find The Job You Love

    Posted on March 18th, 2010 by Colin

    Sital Ruparelia Interview – How To Love Your Job Whilst You Find The Job You Love

    An inspiring, uplifting and highly-educational interview with all round good guy Sital Ruparelia.

  • Getting Unstuck In Your Career

    Posted on January 6th, 2010 by Colin

    Getting Unstuck In Your Career

    This is a guest post by Sital Ruparelia If you speak to a financial advisor or expert, they’ll tell you that the key to avoiding financial troubles is to focus your spending habits around your “needs” rather than your “wants.” When you spend in accordance to your needs, you’ll be satisfied, happy and financially successful. [...]

  • How To Use Social Media For Your Midlife Career Change – Part Two

    Posted on January 4th, 2010 by Colin

    How To Use Social Media For Your Midlife Career Change – Part Two

    This is a guest post by Dan Spira (Part Two of a three-part series) In the last post, we discussed the first steps of using social media to facilitate your midlife career change: Build your awareness of your new field by seeking out and staying current with the industry “chatter” (or “tweets,” more likely). Also, [...]

  • How To Use Social Media For Your Midlife Career Change

    Posted on December 14th, 2009 by Colin

    How To Use Social Media For Your Midlife Career Change

    This is a guest post by Daniel Spira (Part One of a three-part series) Switching career paths after two or more decades can be daunting for some people… almost as daunting as the flood of information that’s now available through social media, including blogs, LinkedIn, Twitter, and the like.  So, what about combining these two [...]

  • Are You A Corporate Prisoner?

    Posted on October 27th, 2009 by Colin

    Are You A Corporate Prisoner?

    The recession is turning many workers into corporate prisoners, stuck in jobs they would otherwise leave, warns talent consultancy Chiumento, which says this is bad for business damaging both moral and productivity.

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