I don’t know about you, but I love podcasts. Especially ones with a great story! Podcasts are a great way to get inspired, as you can listen to inspiring and fascinating conversations anywhere you are, on your commute, while prepping dinner, or during your workout at the gym.
I have found some amazing interviews where successful women are interviewed about how they got to where they are today.
Second Life is an interview style podcast where highly successful female entrepreneurs talk about how they changed careers to get to where they are today.
They give a really honest account that includes setbacks, overcoming weaknesses, and how they deal with challenges.
Notable guests include Reese Witherspoon, Cindy Crawford, Angelica Nwandu, and looooaaddddds more
Content marketing is a growing industry. The demand for engaging and authentic content is increasing, as more and more businesses are upping their game with websites, how they use social media, and other media channels to engage with their audiences.
People who work in content marketing are highly creative, outside-the-box thinkers, who make everything from videos, blogs, social media campaigns, graphics, podcasts, websites, and more. They are great story tellers who are great at bringing boring stuff to life.
If you are someone who loves writing, making stories, and connecting with people in unique ways, maybe content marketing is something for you?
For the next few weeks, I will be looking at some ways you can get your foot in the door to the wonderful world of content marketing.
Anxiety is a big issue in the lives of millions of people. It affects us in so many different ways, for so many different reasons.
The workplace can be a stressful place, that can be a big trigger for anxiety, and performance can be a big one.
Work based anxiety was a big problem for me for a long time. It would affect my performance, causing forgetfulness, which led to things going wrong. I would get all nervous and shaky whenever there was a meeting, or whenever my manager would ask to speak with me. This can be frustrating if you really want to do well, and to progress.
But thankfully, I found some really helpful ways to change my thinking patterns, and my lifestyle, that made a huge difference in the way I think about work, and in my confidence in the workplace. Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing a few of these things. Here’s the first example:
When we are feeling anxious, often the last thing we want to do is face it head on and ask for some help. We want to hide away and hope it all goes away!
Counsellors are there to guide us through the process of exploring our problems, and finding some of the underlying things, maybe from the past, that have been keeping us limited. Honestly, it took some courage to take that step, but I do not regret it one bit! Getting it all out in the open was something I found very empowering, and when I was able to identify what it was that was causing the anxiety in the first place, it helped me to take charge of my thinking, and dramatically changed my perspective of myself in relation to work, and performance.
So go and sign up for counselling! You won’t regret it!
It can be super easy to fall into aimlessness when it comes to managing our daily finances. A good thing to think about is starting a savings account.
There are so many options available at your bank - we recommend visiting your local bank online, or in person, to find out what your options are, and to get some advice about putting a strategy together to ensure you are making the most of your money.
Influencer marketing is a new thing in business, especially in online business.
If you are currently working on the marketing aspect of your business, influencer marketing strategy is probably something you should be thinking about…
This useful article linked below, will tell you all you need to know.
Best startups are poised to disrupt the tech world as you ... is an ongoing process and will probably bear the fruits in the next few years
These up-and-coming tech startups that could become tomorrow's market leaders?