23.06.2016 Interview for The Happy Worker
Earlier this year I was interviewed by Mike Taylor of Jobs Radio about my book The Happy Worker. It was very in-depth and we talked about the reasons why people are unhappy in their jobs, what stops them from making a change and how they can actually make the changes and much more.
Today I found out that I am one of the three finalists for the 2016 Women in Business Awards in the category Mentor of the Year. The award ceremony is on the 17th of March and I will keep you posted about the outcome. However, regardless of whether I win or not, I am very honoured to be a finalist for this prestigious award, as it means public recognition of the work that I am so proud of. I love making a difference in people’s lives and couldn’t think of a better way to make a living.
Read more about it in this article which appeared in the SouthWest Business Magazine and the Bristol Post.
Update 18.03.2016: Unfortunately I did not win on this occasion, but like I said earlier, I’m still very proud to be a finalist and I’m honoured to have been recognised. I would also like to thank all my friends, family and clients for the many kind messages of support I received.
I am very pleased and proud to announce that my first book is now published and ready to buy.
If you are fed up with your job, can’t stand your boss and don’t want to face the daily commute, you might be ready for a change. But you may not know what you want to do instead, or you feel trapped because you have a family to care for and a mortgage to pay.
This book is full of helpful tips and techniques to help you
- Find out what you really want
- make an action plan to get it
- update your CV so it will stand out from the crowd
- deal with difficult bosses and colleagues
- manage your time better
- cope with change
- create a good work/life balance
It comes with a workbook so that you can do the exercises and get results fast.
You can find out more about the book (and buy it) from the website www.thehappyworker.co.uk