Posts Tagged ‘creativity’

The weekly card sessions, I played throughout my teens, bring back fond memories. Some would say a misspent youth, or time wasted, but I would say time well spent…

So how do you balance your work and ultimately your career when you start a new family?

I am keen to hear your thoughts, as I find this can be a tricky balancing act! Here is my typical day and how I am attempting to do it!

I coined the phrase a number of years back “M50 of the job market” to describe how I viewed targeting advertised jobs in the current job market. My comparison was very evident during a radio interview this morning (Wed 19th) on Newstalk when the MD of Eirgrid revealed they received 1000 calls in one afternoon for jobs announced back in 2009.

I watched Jonathan Ross a few weeks back and Lady Gaga was his final guest. I always thought of her as “flamboyant costumes” but taking the time to listen to her performance on the show…

I may be slightly biased here as I am a big fan of Germany and I have always enjoyed visiting and spending time with my German friends.

We all have great ideas. The trouble is we often don’t get to develop them because we simply don’t remember what they were. How can you harness those ideas?

This article is not served to promote gambling on horse racing but instead to promote gambling/risk-taking when job hunting or in business. As Robert F. Kennedy said “only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly”

Lots of business owners and CEOs alike got caught on the hop by this recession. There is every likelihood that those same business owners and CEOs will again be caught on the hop by the upturn when it comes…

Because our creativity is like a muscle that we don’t flex very often, it can get a bit flabby…

When times are hard and money is tight, I hear this often. The belt-tightening process seems to automatically result in ditching the creative. It’s ironic, because when anyone starts a new business, it surely springs from a creative inspiration. So, why is it that the very thing that inspired the whole thing is seen as expendable?