Why Not Taking Holidays May Be Damaging Your Career, Health & Business

Did my headline get your attention? I thought a lot about how I would engage your heart and mind in this week’s blog post, so thank you for tuning in and deciding to read on. I’d like to explore with you the importance of taking regular breaks and the reasons why this is good for your career, […]

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gamification of linkedin

How to Leverage the Gamification of LinkedIn

When I train LinkedIn, you’ll often hear me talk about the concept of LinkedIn ‘rewarding good behaviour’. At the heart of the world’s largest professional networking platform (that’s increasingly trying to also be a great source of business and industry news) we have a very sophisticated database. Microsoft recognised the value of this database, purchasing your […]

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How to prepare for the future of work

Facebook Live Interview: How to Prepare for the Future of Work

For those of you who follow Think Bespoke’s Facebook page, you may have tuned into my recent Facebook live interview with Marina Pitisano, Letz Create. With the surge of video content, I’ve been thinking about how I can share my insights with Think Bespoke’s community using this format. As a content marketer, it is important that […]

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Podcast: My LinkedIn Journey & How LinkedIn Can Help Your Career

After guest speaking at a business women’s breakfast, I was approached by Natalie Hughes to be interviewed on Miss Independent Podcast, a series of conversations Natalie has with successful women who share their career and business stories, work experiences, personal insights and aspirations. Natalie and I were already connected on LinkedIn and our paths had crossed a […]

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How to increase your creativity and productivity

Single Tasking: How to Improve Your Creativity and Productivity

As a wordsmith, one of my pet habits is to let people know when I spot a spelling mistake or grammatical error. When I recently did this, my colleague confessed she’d been writing the copy while watching a webinar, hence the reason for the error I had noticed. We all do it (multi tasking, that is) […]

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