Author: James Middleton When people start a new job, I believe there’s a very general cycle that they will generally progress through. It goes a little something like this: Get really stimulated and excited by all the new things you’re learning and people you’re meeting Start to see a few cracks in the new job
Author: James Middleton For anyone that’s been working for a year or more, the question has probably entered your head as to whether there’s not possibly something better out there. Surely there’s more exciting work that can be done… Maybe there’s better pay for me… What about a more fun, relaxed culture? These are some of
Author: James Middleton I’m not sure about you, but often I find myself in situations where things seem to be quite tough. My efforts don’t seem to reap any rewards, the stream is constantly slowing me down as I swim and there’s just bump after bump in the road I’m traveling. This post is not
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