Category Archives: Personality @ Work

Expectation can improve or damage your health

It is extraordinary how expectation is such a fundamental part of our DNA. How we manage it can affect our mood, our happiness and our stress levels. When our expectations are balanced and realistic then the outcome of events will … Continue reading

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Driving style. Is it my personality or The Highway code

Read this and you will think again about your own driving habits and better understand when you notice some strange antics of others drivers. Could this  be a future dimension to the highway code!   Drivers do not normally factor … Continue reading

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Socialising with friends and their personality

Whether you enjoy the evening out will be decided more by your personality and the personality type of your friends. My 4 personality types behave and react in very different and individual ways. The Influencer type, the Supporter type, the … Continue reading

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General Elections – my personality will do the voting

Apart from the die-hard traditionalist where all the family have voted for the same party, whatever their politics, the floating voter will match their choice in conformity with their personality type. I have described 4 different types: the Influencer, the … Continue reading

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Great communicator or a great “gasbag”

We often hear friends describe someone we know as a great conversationalist and very often what they are really describing is someone whom we do our best to avoid. “Did you enjoy the party?” “No, I got lumbered with …. … Continue reading

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Genius @ Work

Am I the only genius @ work? The result and outcome of most Public Enquiries seems always to be that amazing revelation that there are ‘lessons to be learned’. Well hello! I have been to school and I have learned … Continue reading

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Redundancy and How to Survive It

The reality is that many more employees will experience redundancy at some stage in their working career in the current fluid job market. It does not have to be a monumental global catastrophe such as the credit crunch. It can … Continue reading

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‘First Impressions’ Should we rely on them?

‘First impressions are everything.’ ‘I can tell after two minutes whether the candidate is right for the role.’ These views, I am afraid, are not the observations of experienced interviewers and mean that the interviewer is judging from a narrow … Continue reading

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Gap year. Can I have one every year please?

How to have a GAP YEAR every year I don’t think the idea of having a gap year for one or even every year is going to be a sudden revelation, a sudden out-of-body moment, but rather something you have … Continue reading

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Entrepreneur – Is it just an ego trip? Can I be one?

What is an entrepreneur? I would define an entrepreneur as someone who manages a business or enterprise and who takes part or whole personal financial liability for its success or failure. I believe that the personal financial risk is the … Continue reading

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