Taking the leap: moving from a stable job to starting your own business

Leaving secure work to start up your own business is probably one of the scariest career moves you can make. There are no guarantees when it comes to going out on your own… but if you’re well prepared, you can build an exciting, prosperous career.

How physical exercise can improve your work and your life

You don’t have to be an elite professional athlete to reap the benefits of sport and physical exercise. The simple act of moving your body – in whatever way you are able to do so – does wonders for your mental wellbeing, your productivity, and your mood.

The road to race day: Preparing for your first running event

Competing in a race is fantastic: the thrill of being amongst a big group of other runners, the fun of running somewhere you normally wouldn’t be able to, the advantage of being timed in a race environment, and the high of crossing that finish line. But there are a few steps before you can get there.

How to make a ‘set and forget’ comms plan for the holidays

Can my social accounts flourish over the holiday season while I take a break from the hectic year that was 2020? Discover how to develop a ‘set and forget’ comms plan that will seamlessly run over the course of the Christmas and New Year season, designed to free up your time and give you the rest you deserve.

How lessons from the sporting world inspire leaders in business

There are many similarities between the sporting world and the business world: competitiveness, a drive to succeed, the importance of teamwork and collaboration to achieve a single aim. How can we take lessons from the world of sport, and apply them to leadership in the boardroom and beyond?

A guide to marketing your debut novel

So many authors toil for years on a manuscript and it’s incredibly gratifying to finally secure an agent or publisher. And many authors feel like when they have these people advocating for their novel, their work is over. Unfortunately, this isn’t necessarily the case. But there’s now more ways than ever that authors can take charge of their own marketing campaigns.