Whether you are freelance, self-employed, running a small business or one of the growing numbers of people developing a ‘portfolio’ career, going it alone can be tough going. I’ve forged my own path for over twenty years so I can say this from the bottom of my heart. On the plus side, it’s a great […]
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I have now clocked up twenty five years working for myself and if anyone asked me what has kept me afloat, I’d say it is constant reinvention. Reinvention – taking stock By reinvention, I don’t mean I wipe the slate and start anew. It’s more a process of ‘taking stock’ which is generally preceded by […]
I hope you like the new website. It’s part of my plan to reinvigorate my work. It was built in a day with the delightful Jamie at PootlePress on his WordPress Xpress option and it features the wonderful illustrations of the talented Aysha Tengiz. Find more of her work on her blog: firstname.lastname@example.org. I should […]
The Learning Performance Institute has published its ‘capability map’ this week. Try it out for yourself here. I self-assessed myself and found that, on most relevant measures to my role, I am at Level 3: Guiding – which is what I would expect in my work as a consultant and as a writer of online […]