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Is being a self-employed with young children as flexible as it says on the tin?
by
Suzanne Murdock

Being self-employed isn’t so much a job as a way of life, chances are you’ll be doing the work that you love but is it all a bed of roses and does it really bring continuity family life? Working for yourself clearly depends on your profession, your situation (where you’re based relative to home, family, friends support network, ages of children, are you juggling childcare in the school holidays), in fact there’s a whole host of things it can depend on!

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4 Tips on Owning Your Business Story
by
Dolores Andrew-Gavin

At times, you can lose touch with why you do what you do in your business. You may have set stringent goals and timelines in January because you felt you had to. However, you may find that these goals and timelines don’t really fit into your life.

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6 Steps on How to Enhance Meaningful Business Interactions
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Catherine Mc Clafferty

"Each time you interact with someone, you have the opportunity to reflect what is special and precious about this person, to heal a wound, to co-create closeness, possibilities, and magic" - Mavis Tsai We all agree with what Mavis is saying here and we are all reading the top companies tips for everything and anything that will helps us in business (I am not alone in this right?) but how do we bridge this skills gap between our personal and professional interactions?

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