How to become the “go-to” person for important projects

We were once limited by our existing skill set. We were locked into our speciality. If you were trained in preparing budget reports, you prepared budget reports. If you were really good at writing copy, you wrote copy. If you were a project manager, you managed projects. There was very little room to move outside … Continue reading How to become the “go-to” person for important projects

3 Epic Time Management Techniques for New Freelancers

Freelancing is a tough business. Don’t get me wrong, escaping restrictive office hours and horrible bosses and embracing the creative freedom that comes with doing what you love and are truly good at makes it all worthwhile. But, at the end of the day, it’s still work and tough work at that. As a freelancer … Continue reading 3 Epic Time Management Techniques for New Freelancers

Why you should stop worrying about being a procrastinator

I’ve struggled with procrastination my whole life. When I was young, I wasn't called a procrastinator, I was called lazy. I even referred to myself as lazy. I recently had a realisation that I think all so-called ‘procrastinators’ should have. One that's changed the way I look at my work and the way I do … Continue reading Why you should stop worrying about being a procrastinator

How to make a dent and have a successful career in the new era of work

The days of ‘cog-in-the-machine’ employment is coming to an end. As the information economy grows and develops, people who can do more than shift a lever or press a button on a production line are more important than ever. But, what is it exactly that we need people, in this new era of work, to … Continue reading How to make a dent and have a successful career in the new era of work