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Why is everyone fixated on imposter syndrome?

It feels like everyone is jumping on the findings from the recent Access Commercial Finance survey.  The findings from over 3000 adults in the UK, showed over two-thirds of women (66%) had suffered from imposter syndrome compared to over half of men (56%) within the last 12 months. It didn’t help that that YouGov asked [...]

Review, renovate and relaunch your marketing campaign this summer

If you are struggling to give your business a well overdue review and revamp? Well, if you answered yes but don’t know where to start, why not begin with your online marketing campaign. Don’t be afraid to put your business brand under the microscope and make the necessary changes to bring it up to date. [...]

Is Your Business in Need of a Fourth Industrial Revolution Makeover?

Never before has there been so much pressure on entrepreneurs to innovate if they wish to survive in one of the toughest and fast moving business environments in decades. Some are rising to the challenge while others are heading straight to bankruptcy. But have you ever thought that it could be your own attitude and [...]

Is Developing a Successful Business the Same as Achieving Purpose?

Today there is so much talk about purpose that it has become synonymous with success when we talk about business. However, in order to develop a successful business you have to define what success means to YOU.  Too many people equate success to running a global business with unlimited material trappings and a media profile [...]

Don’t Underestimate the Power of Your Headshot to Your Personal Brand

With the rise in social platforms like LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter, visuals are driving consumer engagement in both the business and corporate world. There is no denying the fact that a good headshot will evoke greater trust, authenticity and greater interest in you and your business.  Customers and stakeholders love to know who they [...]

Network Like a Connected Woman

What’s blocking your success? In PricewaterhouseCoopers' 2016 "Women in the Workplace" report, the study found that men were more networked with other men than women were. That may be obvious to those who network on a regular basis, but they worked out the math: Men: 37 percent networked mostly with other men; nine percent, mostly [...]