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LEARN FASTER: Know your default learning style

Learning-Style

Do you know your preferred learning style? I didn’t! I hated school and was especially bad at English.

When it comes to processing information, your brain is the most important part of your body. It’s where all thinking, learning, and decision-making takes place. If you know your learning style, then you can learn smarter, not harder! Find out your…

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Steve Hui (CEO – iFlyFlat) on Frequent Flyers, Networking & Being an Introvert

steve-hui

Would you like to get more out of your frequent flyer points?

Steve Hui is the founder and CEO of iFlyFlat the worlds first frequent flyer points advisory and travel planning business. I had the privilege of interviewing Steve in front of live audience. Watch Steve discuss his career to date, iFlyFlat, networking and being an introvert. Not to mention you’ll get a couple of frequent flyer point tips too!

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From the archives: Live interview with Tim Fung

Tim-Fung

This one is from the archives! I interviewed Tim Fung, Airtasker CEO, in front of a live audience back December 2015 when I was coaching in my other business Toolbox For The Mind.

Watch the full interview …

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From the archive: The secret to improving your career performance overnight

How would you like to know the secret to improving your career choices and performance overnight?

Well, the answer is questions!

Find out – how the quality of the questions you ask yourself has a dramatic impact on your performance & how to turn asking quality questions to your advantage.

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From the archives: Become your own ‘career training instructor’

You love your job and want to learn more but there’s no training program. And your boss seems to have no idea of your need to expand your skills.

All this leads to one thing – worry! If you can’t keep your skills current and expand your skillset how are you supposed to move your career forward.

Find out how to take control of your training become your own ‘career training instructor’.

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From the archives: Boost Your Career: One attitude change you should try

Did you know that only 30% of employees thank a co-worker more than once a week…. how often do you thank your co-workers? We can all be a little guilty of not providing praise when we should.

But gratitude can be the secret ingredient to career success so it’s key to cultivate it.

Discover five tips to help you cultivate your attitude of gratitude and boost your career.

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From the archives: Walk the critical path: Get more done in the same time!

Ever feel like no matter how hard you work, you just can’t get ahead?

Learn how to work smarter not harder by using the three keys of critical path.

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From the archives: Practical Solutions To Procrastination

When we procrastinate, we squander away our free time and put off important tasks until it’s too late. And when it’s indeed too late, we panic and wish we got started earlier.

Learn 6 practical tips to combat procrastination through better planning, reducing temptation and motivating you to move.

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From the archives: Put the freeze on career fear

Do you want to put the freeze on career fear?

There are healthy and unhealthy fears. Learn how to know the difference and clear those unhealthy fear roadblocks to your career success.

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From the archives: Get your resume noticed up to 40% more

With so much noise in the market place, marketers need the best looking marketing materials just to get our attention. You need to do the same with your resume… it’s your personal marketing brochure!

Learn 4 quick formatting tips that could get your resume noticed up to 40% more often.

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