5 Steps to planning the ultimate Christmas party

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For most people, planning the office Christmas party can seem a dreaded task. It requires a lot of decision making, and you’ll soon discover that suggestions and requests will all seem to contradict one another. With so much responsibility and so much to do, you may not even know where to start. So, if you’re looking to plan the ultimate Christmas party, here are five simple steps that will take the process from complex to cheerful. 1. Decide what type of party you’re after. Begin by really thinking about the…

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5 steps that will help you master your personal brand

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Do you need a personal brand? Maybe you think you don’t, perhaps you think that your career or business will fly anyway? If that’s the case, you’re taking a big risk. Like it or not, you’ve got a reputation; an impression that you leave with other people. If you don’t control it, someone else will – whether that’s an individual who makes an unfavourable judgement, or a rival who trumps you because they make their own personal brand work for them. A fine example of this is Tobias Gillberg who…

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5 Ways To Help Combat Grunting Baby Syndrome

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Listening to your baby grunt can be concerning for any parents but it’s perfectly natural in the vast majority of cases. It might understandably still worry you but in the majority of cases, your baby will be fine. Grunting baby syndrome is the professional name for this and it will usually be temporary so try not to panic too much. It simply means your baby is having some trouble digesting food or more commonly simply trying to have a bowel movement. Babies have to learn to use their muscles to…

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5 Steps To Career Progression

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8 hours a day, 40 hours a week, 52 weeks a year. Multiply that by the number of years that you spend in work. Actually, that’s probably a number that’s not worth thinking about, but it’s true. You spend a large majority of your life working, so why not make the most of it. Allow yourself to reach for more goals and push yourself to develop your career, do something you can look back and be proud of what you have achieved. Use your passion, where you won’t mind waking…

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