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With Tony Harrington, You Can Do Anything!

  Let Tony help you design the plan to get you there. I believe that most individuals and businesses are under achieving! If you want to get ahead in life you need a master plan, with a master coach to help you bring about the success and fulfilment you are looking for. Tony specialises in showing […]

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‘Feeling the Love’ (or Anger): How Emotions Can Distort the Way We Respond to Advice

Here’s a piece of advice: Don’t read this story if you have just had a fight with your spouse or a co-worker. You will probably ignore it, despite its grounding in solid academic research. At least that’s what Maurice Schweitzer, a Wharton professor of operations and information management, would suggest. In a recent co-authored paper, […]

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Online directories to women’s health

      For all the advice you need on health, fitness & nutrition, sexual, physical and mental health and much more, go to www.womens-health.com. The site includes libraries, access to health specialists and over 50 support boards to give you up to the minute advice on all manners health & wellbeing. And it’s absolutely […]

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New research shows work-life balance is key to attracting and retaining staff

New research shows that work-life balance is a key factor in attracting and retaining staff – even more important than salary. Australians have the dubious honour of working the longest hours of any OECD country, with 20 to 25 per cent of people working more than 50 hours each week. Yet research by productivity consultancy […]

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Pulling together when the going gets tough

Yesterday I had lunch with two girlfriends and I’m still buoyed from the experience.  You know how it goes:  one by one we shared the wins and challenges that had transpired since we last met; we sought the advice of each other on whether we were making the right choices and decisions on career moves; […]

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Keeping up appearances

I’m not sure if I’ve mentioned that when I’m not writing the SheEO blog, I’m also a farmer.  True!  So I’m writing this blog from the farm where I’m spending a few day away from the hustle and bustle.  Partly because I’ve been off crook, partly because I’m adoring a new set of twin lambs born on […]

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