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Periods of over-whelm are part of living a full, creative and compassionate life. Here are some simple steps for overcoming it.
Starting a business in your 50s is a growing trend. Is it time for you to find the courage to put long-held dreams into action?
Catastrophising is what happens when irrational thoughts spiral out of control. It can lead to a self-fulfilling prophecy of disappointment and failure. Here’s how to get on top of it.
If you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with, what does that mean for the future of your business?
“I don’t know what to do next?” It could be taking the decision to grow your business or remain the same size, or to recruit another key member of staff or wait another six months. When you get to these key decisions –what do you do?
Lisa Angel will be one of the ‘in conversation’ panelists of self-made local role models at the Prowess business bootcamp for women, being held in Norwich on 20 November 2014.
Paulina shares her extensive knowledge of the funding available to help business growth, without sacrificing equity or compromising your strategy.
When visual impairment was stopping her getting a job, Steph Cutler decided to employ herself. Ten years later, as she has grown and developed with the business, she looks back on what she’s learned.
Having a health condition or disability needn’t stop you from working for yourself, you may find that self-employment is the perfect solution.
What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail? The honest answer to this could be your first step towards reinventing yourself.
Coco Chanel changed the way women saw themselves forever, she released us from the constraints of the corset and set us free. Do you set yourself free from the potential chains of how you see yourself?
Sue Stockdale,the first British woman to ski to the magnetic North Pole, talks about dealing with changes outside your control. How do you on focus on the “right things” that will help your business move forward?
How many times have you said yes, when you wanted to say no? The ability to say ‘No’ is one of the most effective time management tools you have. Here’s how to put it into action in a positive and respectful way.