Little did Louise Allen think in 1998 that she would be celebrating her 21st year in business in 2019. 21 years is by no means an average accomplishment especially working in a business that deals with employment. These 21 years has seen some significant cyclical recessions as well as booming employment demand. Looking back on
On the surface, multitasking seems like a good idea. Why not do two, or even three things at the same time, instead of one? It may sound like a good idea in theory, but when it comes to real life, multitasking isn’t effective. In fact, it is probably killing your productivity without you knowing it.
Often when we think about looking for a new job we can feel stumped and overwhelmed when we contemplate how to begin the process, who to engage and how to really, really recognise what this New Job might look like and how to make choices – how do you figure out what is the right
It is easy for general tasks to slip in and keep us distracted from the things that can move us forward in success, and many people find themselves slipping back into old habits of procrastination instead of focusing on the 20% that will propel you forward.