Like many other people I often said I wanted to write. For years I thought I was not doing anything about this aspiration. It took me a long time to realise that every piece of work I took on, and all the jobs I held, required me to write – as well as doing other things.

For example, I wrote policies and programmes of work for large organisations, staff handbooks, training programmes, web copy and marketing material for businesses as well as having my own work published via conventional publishers and in magazines.

Margaret Adams
Margaret Adams

Today I tend to self-publish work and write for the web in order to help  more people to succeed at work. These days I prefer to use self-publishing strategies when I make my work available to others because this approach makes my work accessible.

This site draws together some of my published work online that will help career-minded people take the next steps with their careers.

See some of my recent e-guides:

The Future CEO’s Guide To Time Management

Is It Time To quit Your Job?

Warning! Your Job Is Not Your Life