Not every idea or thought you come across is for you or requires anything from you.
I’m not a ‘solopreneur’. Yes, I’m ultimately responsible for choices I make about what I do, how I do it and when I do it. Like tonight, when I chose to work a little after pausing for play, dinner, bedtime and a good crime drama. I decide where I put my energy. I do notContinue reading “Going solo? Think again.”
Three years ago I left my last role in tax. In the time between then and this time last year, I worked really hard to develop my skills in coaching, facilitating and leading online career change programmes. In February 2020 COVID-19 landed in my home city of Brighton and Hove with a bang. I wasContinue reading “What I haven’t said before, what I’m saying now and what made that possible”
I’ve never failed an exam. I passed all my tests/exams at school. I was 3rd in my year at law school, and I passed all my professional tax exams first time (the pass rate for the Chartered Institute was an average of less than 38%). I even passed my driving test on my first try.Continue reading “Time to show up!”