Number 2. Asking the ‘have you got a career plan? question usually results in some raised eyebrows and quiet sighing. It’s amazing how many of us have got where we are by reacting to events rather than taking charge. We can spend more time on choosing a car or an outfit than on planning a career.
This one nearly slipped by me so I’m very grateful to one of my RenewYou trainers for pointing it out to me. The Peter Principle has been around for some time and refers to men getting promoted to their level of incompetence. Professor Tom Schuller is working on a new principle which he calls the Paula Principle and which is getting a lot of attention.
Women make up 50% (give or take a few noughts) of the world’s population. In no country in the world do women have complete parity and equality with men.
How to find answers to the question: "What do you want to do?"
Over the last months I’ve hit upon what feels like a useful question, and thought I’d share it with you here.
The corporate world is actually harbouring a mass of would-be "altrupreneurs", entrepreneurs with an altruistic social conscious, just waiting for the right moment to spread their wings.
Overwhelm. It seems to come with the territory these days. No matter what kind of work you do, there’s the propensity to feel beyond stressed about it.