I have been thinking about the little voices we live with in our heads telling us every day who we are, what we can do, and just as importantly, what we can’t. Yet while those stories we tell ourselves are often a long way from the truth, they have tremendous power to shape our lives if we choose to buy into them.
After the long summer break, the kids are back to school next week. Are you ready to jump back into work and make the most of the last four months of the year to get you where you want to be?
The women I work with know I'm a big fan of 90-day action planning. Whether you're looking to discover a new career direction, make a smooth return to work after maternity leave, or start your own business, having a concrete plan in place will give you the focus and motivation to accomplish what you set out to achieve.
If you're planning a return to work when the kids are back at school, the summer holidays are the perfect time to grab some time to yourself and make preparations for your upcoming home-to-workplace transition - while still taking a much needed break of course!
To help you figure out what's next in your career post-baby, build your confidence, sharpen your skills and take control of your back to work journey, here are our top 10 reads:
1. Build Your Own Rainbow, Barrie Hopson and Mike Scally
A guide to help you identify your skills and interests, and discover what's next in your career.
As a business consultant and coach, I often get asked questions about the process of setting up a business in Germany. There is no road map to starting up - every business is unique - but there are some questions many startup business mums share.
Here are the 12 questions I most frequently get asked...
Have you got big dreams for next year? Have you decided that you’re going to go full speed ahead with your business and make it your best year yet? A New Year means new beginnings, fresh opportunities and the world at your feet.
Dreaming about success is one thing. Making it happen is quite another.
Learn how to properly prepare for success next year to turn those pipe dreams into reality.