Frank began his career 25 years ago in the media world. He has worked for Newspapers, Radio, Magazines and when the Internet took off, he moved into the online space. In recent years, Frank has become a founder and investor in some of the most exciting start-ups
Posts Tagged ‘inspiration’
One of the most important attributes of a strong and powerful mindset is that it is positive. That may sound obvious, but if you really think about it, it does make sense. Positive people expect…
As a business owner, you have to make decisions on a regular basis. Whether they are big decisions or small ones, every one has an impact on your business. It’s not uncommon to feel a bit overwhelmed. There is an excellent way to fine-tune your decision making process…
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!
During a recent “Personal Branding” session with a job seeker we were looking at creative ways to get noticed in the marketplace and then it struck me! What if a job seeker created a professional newsletter updating agencies and employers on their latest activities?
For many of us one of the most stressful and traumatic things that can happen in our life is being made redundant. Maybe a controlled explosion is the way to go to release these feelings?
A few weeks ago I submitted a post on the correlation between confidence and success, and was surprised to find how many responded and expanded on this concept. This post is a follow up as such, and discusses the impact of beauty in the world and how it affects our success rate and confidence levels.
It always amazes me of just how narrow minded and short sighted some people are when networking…
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?