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The secret to life…

“Half of me is filled with bursting words and half of me is painfully shy. I crave solitude yet also crave people. I want to pour life and love into everything yet also nurture my self-care and go gently. I want to live within the rush of primal intuitive decision, yet also wish to sit

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Fuck obedience, you are not a dog!

Back in the day, to be an obedient employee was the norm. Obedience that is, obeying the law, following the rules, colouring within the lines and being controlled by a person, belief, process or organisation. Obedience is knowing your place and abiding by whatever system of control someone else has decided to enforce. Obedience is

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What is the biggest threat to the recruitment industry?

Thank you to everyone who has joined the group; Think then Find, especially any of those from a recruitment background. As there are many recruitment and hiring experts within this group, one question I am keen to get people’s opinion on, is the biggest threat and challenge to the recruitment industry. I have summarised some

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Rip it up and start again… A business mentality

Rip it up and start again. A Business Mentality. I am the type of person, and always have been, to do and ask for forgiveness later. I developed this mentality in my teens when my art teacher pressured me to be the most expressionist form of myself possible, in my thinking, my vision and the way

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The Recruitment Process … in an R&B Playlist

Recruitment can be heart breaking stuff. It flirts with you, gives you a semi then sinks you quicker than the titanic. Therefore, I get through my day by a blinkered positive approach to everything I do whilst humming old school noughty R&B tunes reminiscing over the pre-recruitment good life of Ja Rule, Choc Ices and

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Don’t waste your young years

Don’t waste your young years. The five words of advice that I will give to any young person I cross paths with. The advice that I wished I heard earlier. The advice that I wished I had of understood earlier. The pressures currently faced by the younger generation is unprecedented. Life in its entirety is

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