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Does any of this sound familiar?
Can’t wait to get to the end of the week?
Feeling exhausted and relying on caffeine to keep going?
You keep asking yourself ‘What’s Wrong With Me? I should be happy!
Well perhaps there isn’t anything wrong with you. Perhaps you’re not happy because you’re doing the wrong thing.
But why do we let things linger like this for so long? Why do we struggle to make the change?
Tune it to hear special guest Tina Neve, The Emotional Wellbeing Career Coach and founder of Human Decision share her expert knowledge and experience to help us move forwards.
Our usual contributors are co-host Laura Lawrence and Jackie Groundsell. Behind the scenes is Simone Mardell, Production and Media Manager. Our host is Sian Murphy.
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Take time to think about and understand yourself.
If things don’t feel right, sit down, get a pen and paper and think it through. Be honest with yourself about how you feel. Write down how you want your life to be, what you want to do each day.
Just because you feel as though you ought to be happy with what you’ve achieved, doesn’t mean you have to stay where you are, that you can’t change your career.
Just because you look successful and other people think you are, doesn’t mean it’s right for you, or all you can do.
Change seems so much easier on the other side, but you have to take the first step.
The first step is acknowledging that you want things to be different.
Top Tips For Being in Business
Top tips from our guests live on air...
"You've got to be proud of what you do."
"There's support out there - women give each other tremendous support unconsciously and without question - tap into it ."
"Take a break from what you're doing."
What Do You Know Now, That You Wish You Had Known When You Started Out?
We always try and get this question in live on air...
"Make sure you do your marketing - when you come from a large organisation, this stuff happens, when it's just you then you have to get this done yourself."