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Article (LinkedIn Publishing) – Online Content Marketing

Trying to write your LinkedIn summary or blog post? 8 steps to take your business writing from ‘Blah’ to ‘Wow’…even if you only use Step 8

Sitting down heavily, he plonks the coffee mug down next to the two cold, half-drunk mugs already beside the keyboard. “Right,” he says out loud to no one in particular and impatiently scratches that spot on the back of his head before leaning forward with his hands poised ominously over the keys. He frowns. His fingers don’t move. Slumping back in his chair again, he stares at the screen.“It really shouldn’t be this hard.” he mutters to himself shaking his head. Is this you every time you go to update your profile, write a new blog post, or draft that winning proposal?  <Read more>

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Article (LinkedIn Publishing) – Online Content Marketing

Inspiration for Your Next Blog or LinkedIn Post – No matter what profession you’re in

Deciding to write a regular blog or LinkedIn posts to share your experiences, thoughts and ideas can enhance your professional reputation and help to establish your position as a thought-leader with your clients and peers.  There’s even evidence that writing a regular blog will help you win that promotion.  <Read more>

Article (Online Blog) – Saltwater Everyday Blogger

Nurturer AND Executives?

In my day job, as a business consultant and manager, I had the privilege of working with many amazing, brilliant women. Women who, in my humble opinion, could be outstanding leaders in any organisation. I was also an activist within my workplace for diversity, inclusiveness, gender balance and reducing the unconscious bias that can occur in the workplace. One evening, we hosted a women in leadership networking event and heard two outstanding female executives speak about their experiences and their successes and how they achieved that, but it was a story a colleague shared during the discussion following that really caught my attention. <Read more>

Article (Online Blog) – Saltwater Everyday Blogger

The Ride

I run my hand over the sleek black faring, my eyes raking the smooth curve of the wind shield, back over the streamlined tank and narrow seat that I know fits my body perfectly, to the tidy, tight rear end. This is one sexy bike. I remember the first time I saw her, 8 years ago now, the day I bought her brand new off the showroom floor.  <Read more>