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Can you fit a course into a busy lifestyle?

By Safeera Sarjoo 20th January 2017

Have you ever psyched yourself up to try something new or do something exciting, but then decided against it at the last minute? Bungee jumping is one thing, but wanting to further your knowledge and then stopping yourself can be detrimental to your professional life. With so...

Why counselling is the answer in a world of differences

By Safeera Sarjoo 20th January 2017

I never thought that I would enjoy talking about my feelings and sharing my woes and concerns among strangers. Attending a relationship-coaching workshop has actually been on my bucket list as something to just experience and write about. In all honesty I was a complete...

Get motivated, get certified.

By Mona Huang 20th January 2017

We are three weeks into 2017, and if you’re like me, you’ve probably spent time reflecting on how well you’ve followed through with your New Year’s resolutions. While I may or may not have only been to the gym once since New Year’s Eve, I have my eyes set on something much...

Tom Albrighton – the copywriting connoisseur

By Jane McGuire 20th January 2017

As I stumble across the ABC copywriting website I am hit by one perfectly worded sentence – ‘good copywriting makes the difference between building bridges and burning them.’ With a noteworthy client list and an even more impressive founder and director, I was keen to find...

Ann Gynn – the content marketing copywriter

By Jane McGuire 20th January 2017

‘Keep on writing. Your first attempt shouldn’t be your last attempt – write, edit, revise.’ It’s safe to say, it’s always a little overwhelming writing up the words of a professional writer, but after talking to Anne Gynn, I will do my best. With a wealth of experience working...

Del Wilson – the king of kettlebells

By Jane McGuire 20th January 2017

When it comes to kettlebells, Del Wilson is far more than your average gym instructor. Competing and winning kettlebell pentathlons all over the UK, Del is also a World Kettlebell Coach, after training with some of the biggest names in the sport.  As he prepares to...

Lorna Kleidman – the first lady of kettlebells

By Jane McGuire 20th January 2017

If there’s one lady who proves swinging kettlebells is far from being a man’s game, it’s Lorna Kleidman . Coming to the sport later in life, after years of aerobics, step and boxing classes, Lorna is now a certified trainer, World Record breaker and has numerous rankings for...

Judith Allen - the animation editor

By Jane McGuire 20th January 2017

‘Editing is just as much about shaping the entire film as the moments within it. Editing is prioritising.’ As I sit down to interview Judith Allen, a film and television editor who specialises in animation, it doesn’t take me long to realise she is truly an expert. Graduating...

Jordan Love – the coding ambassador

By Jane McGuire 20th January 2017

It’s safe to say, you can fit my knowledge of coding onto the back of a stamp, so imagine my trepidation when sitting down to chat to Jordan Love , co-founder of the National Coding Week and EU Code Week Ambassador 2014. Stifling a laugh as I start the interview with ‘so...

Mike Fisher – the apple tree shaker

By Jane McGuire 20th January 2017

It’s not every day your 11 o’clock interview turns into a stress management course, but how could I say no when expert Mike Fisher asked to show me his ‘shaking the apple tree’ theory? Five questions later, I could identify the stress I had admitted to feeling as a symptom...

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