On the eve of The Avid Doer’s second birthday, I share the top three things I’ve learned about blogging and the writing process, and talk about my plans for the future.
Imposter syndrome. We all experience it from time to time, myself included, in various degrees, but is it a case of mistaken identity? In this post, I explore why our imposter syndrome could be intuition in disguise.
I've just finished a fascinating read: 'The Art of Thinking Clearly' written by Rolf Dobelli. It covers 99 thinking shortcuts (biases, fallacies and illusions) that pose a threat to your decision-making. In this post, I share the key points that stood out to me and explain why this is a must-read for all professionals who want to make more conscious decisions.
Have you just started, or thinking about starting a new course while holding down a job and not sure how to fit the time in? In this post, I explain the two elements needed to make this work.
In this post, I write about getting to grips with receiving and using constructive feedback maturely, while keeping your dignity and professionalism intact.
In this guest post, HR Business Partner Ankita Poddar explains how asking for what you want is a competitive advantage in today's world, and sets a challenge to get you asking more.
I’m writing a book! Eeek! In this post, I explain why and how you can keep in the loop!
In this post, I write about the recent hubbub on untapped skills in the UK workforce and what opportunities this presents to us avid doers.
In this post, I share a link to a book review I've just written on HR Zone for 'Mind Flip' by Zena Everett. The book promises to be 'The new manual for career shifters and job seekers'. But did it live up to it's promise?...
In this post, I write about resilience at work, and how a simple language shift might help those understand what it takes to be more resilient.