Evernote was like a breath of fresh air when I started using it 2 years ago. It was an immediate timesaver and a wonderful tool for personal development. Over time however I used it less and less and it became a dumping ground for…..well, everything! It was like that storage facility which holds all your […]
Archives for May 2013
Tech trends for the future – will you embed a chip in your body?
Two interesting articles appeared this week which looked at the technology trends which are shaping our future. The first focused upon there here & now, with Greg Satell identifying the ‘trends that will drive the future of technology’ as being: No-Touch Interfaces We’re taking a major shift away from the keyboard & mouse as the […]
Looking for some simple ways to get CONSIDERABLY more done?
When people explore a job move from commerce to not-for-profit, one of the common reasons for the change which they provide to us recruiters is based upon the elusive search for better work/life balance. Yes, it is true that NFP is much more accepting of this need for balance, but regardless of where you work […]
Have you read any of these top 10 personal development books?
Any list of the ‘Best Personal Development Books’ is always going to create discussion and Robin Sharma’s blog has done that! The 10 recommendations are as follows: Jonathan Livingston Seagull. By Richard Bach. Think and Grow Rich. By Napoleon Hill. The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius. Steve Jobs. By Walter Isaacson. Long Walk To Freedom. […]
You are ‘out-of-date’ if you don’t have these 10 digital skills
Another great post by Mashable provides a list of 10 digital skills that should be developed “before you leave College”. In fact they’re 10 skills we ALL should develop, no matter what our age or stage in life. Nothing seems to categorise a person as ‘old-school‘ more than an inability to keep abreast of technology. […]