When you admit to yourself that you hate your current job, you will, probably, think about resigning or about how quickly you can find another post – any post.
If you have been unsuccessful with your job applications recently or if you have accepted a job that just is not for you, your should read Seven Things Successful Job Applicants (Almost) Always Do.
This book will be published on Amazon on December 5th 2017. Remember to look out for a reduced price copy of this book on that date.
5+ careers in one life seems a lot of careers. Yet, the experts in career management tell us to expect to change careers often today.
Gone are the days when the career we entered in our early twenties was the only career we would experience. It is no longer unusual to change careers several times during a working life. Continue reading “5+ Careers In One Life”
Do you think searching for your new job is like trying to find a needle in a haystack? You read the trade journals and the newspapers. You look at job boards but you have not found your new job yet.
My advice is to stop looking whilst you read and digest this article. Continue reading “Your New Job!”
When you are looking for promotion at work, or when you are thinking about getting a job in a different organisation, winning your promotion requires more than just skills and experience. Employers want to employ people who can do the job they need filling, but they want more. This post covers one issue that, one way or another, matters a lot at work. Continue reading “Win Your Promotion – With Better Work-Life Balance”
Writing a book is often seen as a way to advance your career. It can be. Lots of people see things like that. That may be your decision, too. However, sometimes writing a book is a bad idea.
Let’s take a professional person’s situation.
Does your job rule your life? This is a question that is in the minds of a lot of people. In fact, many people work long hours every week. They take home a briefcase of work each night and each weekend. Holidays are a nuisance. They get in the way of work.
When looking for a theme for an e-book I remembered that I knew many employees who are actively looking for help to manage their jobs and their lives. I did some more research which revealed there is a large potential readership for a book that helps people to manage their jobs and their lives more effectively.
Why write e-books is a good question to ask. Of course, many books are written as printed books first and converted to other formats later. That is not what I am talking about. Why publish only as an e-book or why publish the e-book first? Continue reading “Why Write E-books?”