The only constant in life is change


A job for life is a concept that is becoming extinct, the evolution of our life now runs hand in hand with the evolution of our career. Which means we constantly have to up-skill and adapt, to acquire new roles, that meet our needs and align with our purpose.

Well, I have to caveat that the only person who can answer that question is you! However as a career coach who has worked with a lot of clients pondering this question, I can give you some advice on how to make that decision, and that advice would be: First Things First Don’t quit on...

The investment of time and finances into furthering your education no matter how big or small is always worthwhile.

Laura Griffin

Given the current circumstances with Covid19 many of us find ourselves not working. Whether you have been made redundant or temporarily let go, it is a good time to take stock in terms of where you are in your career. Are you happy working in your current sector? Did you feel fulfilled and challenged while you were working?  

Don’t feel guilty if you don’t know what you want to do with your Life. The most interesting people I know didn’t know at 22 what they wanted to do with their lives. Some of the most interesting 40-year-olds I know still don’t

Baz Luhrmann - Everybody's Free

The next step is in your hands. This step may be to further your education, broaden your horizons through travel (Covid permitting) or venture into the creative arts or working world. All of which are great options.

The uncertainties brought about by Covid19 have challenged us all in different ways. Right now, there is a lot of concern for students returning to school. Particularly Leaving Cert students, a stressful year for parents and students at the best of times. This year’s 5th and 6th year students face additional challenges. It is looking...

Doubt kills more dreams, than failure ever will

Karim Seddiki

The most important element of any interview is to believe in yourself. You likely believed in the magic of Santa Claus for 9 years you can believe in the magic of you for at least one day and beyond.

Don’t be afraid to go out on a limb, that’s where the fruit is

Frank Scully

People often face challenges when they attend a job interview.  Indeed many people face challenges even thinking about applying for a new job as they fear the interview process so much.  I have sat on both sides of the interview table as an interviewee and as an interviewer so I can empathise with these feelings.

What do you want to be when you grow up?  This question is often posed to students during primary school.  With response including a fireman, a camogie star, a farmer etc.  A recent family outing reminded me of this.  The story goes 3 young boys in 6th class were asked by the school principal