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Navigating Your Career: What Does Your Car Say About You?

Your car is an important part of your working life. You use it for commuting, driving colleagues to meetings, and taking conference calls or checking emails when stuck in traffic. But have you ever wondered what it says about you? The car you drive can actually alter how people see you. Even the colour of your car is associated with certain personality types, a study by Churchill found. Black appears aggressive and success driven, blue gives the impression you’re a team player, while red means you’re likely outgoing and creative. Your car is much more than a method of transportation. It drives people’s assumptions about your lifestyle and personality and can therefore impact your career. What does your car say about you? If you drive around in a simple inexpensive car that you haven’t thought much about, you may actually be sending a specific message to others. Owning an economy car can indicate to people…

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Careers You Can Pursue In The Cradles Of Civilisation

Is work everything in life? We all know the answer to that question and it is a resounding ‘no’. Yet we do so often treat our lives as if it is. Not to say that work and working don’t matter. In fact, it allows us to live our chosen lifestyle. It allows us to live comfortably, in a heated home. Yet when we have all those things, we seem to fall back on our true aims and just be content. Why? Is it wise to drop your dreams just because you’ve got the minimum you need?

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The Young Professional’s’ Guide To Supercharging Your Career

Some people think that they can coast for the first ten years of their career. After all, they have the rest of their life to move up the ranks and increase their earning power. However, the savvy realise that the years in which they are a young professional are some of the most valuable and important. Years in which they can genuinely supercharge the rest of their career. Something you can read more about in the post below. Pick something you love. Now, there is much debate on whether you should initially choose your career based on your love for the tasks involved, or whether you should pick it because of the financial remuneration that is on offer. However, as you will be working for most of your life, choosing something that you enjoy doing and has meaning for you is just good sense and can help you stay more…

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How to Climb the Career Ladder without Feeling Chained to …

You dream of living a life of pure luxury one day; jetting off whenever you fancy and lounging in your large mansion, are things you could only imagine doing on a regular basis. You are ready to take your life to the next level, but you really don’t want to feel chained to a corporate company who are going to take your hard work for granted. You are passionate about working hard to reach your career goals, but you also want the freedom to live your life exactly how you want it. In this day and age, it isn’t always going to be easy to have your cake and eat it. However, a solid work life balance is becoming more and more achievable, so don’t be too disheartened just yet. An excellent element of today’s working world is the ability to work from almost anywhere you want; working remotely is…

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Best Ways to Keeping costs down in 2018

Sometimes we think with our hearts and not with our heads. Making New Year’s resolutions can often be disastrous, with 80% of people failing by February and regretting it instantly. One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to cut down on spending, and although this sounds achievable, if you don’t have a fully-fledged strategy in place, the likeliness of failure spirals out of control.

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