New Age Thinking?
Members of Britain’s ageing workforce increasingly want to carry on beyond the State Pension age – and businesses are taking advantage.
There is a greater number of older people working today than ever. The latest government figures show that some 9.4 million people aged 50 and over are now in work, making up 30% of the workforce (8.2 million between 50 and 64, plus 1.2 million over 65). Read more >>>
Choosing your car – style vs substance
When choosing a new car, most of us probably like to think that we pick it for practical reasons – the price, running costs, its size, number of seats, boot space etc.
But is that really the case? Or is it more likely, as in other areas of life, that we make decisions based on emotions and then find logical reasons to back them up? Obviously, a car has to do what we need it to do but how it looks is a fundamental factor in the car we choose. Read more >>>
55 Features Every Small Business Website Must Have
Infographic that shows 55 features every small business website must have: Read more >>>
You probably already have the skills to be more fulfilled and successful. But sometimes it’s about showcasing these skills so that colleagues, customers, friends and the rest of the world can recognize what you do.
Drawing on extensive research and inspiring real–life examples, psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Rob Yeung guides you through proven techniques that will get you noticed for all the right reasons.
How to Stand Out shows you how to:
- Utilize winning body language techniques
- Incorporate the words that get people nodding in agreement
- Supercharge your persuasive skills to sell products, pitch ideas, network, and socialize with friends
- Boost your motivation to become more successful
- Improve your confidence to get the results you desire
The Resilient Professional
Andrew D Pope
A no-nonsense, straightforward and practical guide to help business people develop a more confident personality and more emotional resilience in today’s increasingly stressful working world. With a foreword by Dr.P.Thomas. The BBC Wales Business Doctor. Some people bounce back from negative experiences better than before. Some become bitter, overwhelmed and stressed. Which route do you follow? Most people find themselves responding negatively because they don’t realise the self-confidence and emotional resilience needed to choose the positive responses can be learned and developed. Increasing your levels of emotional resilience and self-confidence will create an inner strength and “bounce-back-ability” factor; allowing you to respond more usefully to whatever life throws at you. Unlike most people, you will take control rather than be controlled. How good will that feel? This practical guide can help you get there.
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