Salmons swim against the stream. Don’t make the same mistake and struggle with things that don’t support your core strengths. Focus on what you are good at instead.
Change is a journey, success does not come quickly. That’s why it is extremely important to do small steps all the time, small steps towards your goal.
We all feel alive and fulfilled when we grow. And we grow when we feel we progress, when we learn something new. And that is not limited only to our career.
Some of you might wonder, why am I, as a recruiter, so excited about life fulfillment. Let me tell you why passion is so important for a successful career.
Today I speak with portrait photographer Niki Strbian, who has a “shitty job” but loves it. Don’t believe me? Watch the video!
Is it worth living a passionate life? It is! In this interview Sylvia Salow explains why and how she turned her life around completely.
This blog post is very personal. I want to share with you a part of my journey and I truly hope to inspire some of you.
The number 1 reason why people don’t live fulfilled lives is that they don’t know what their passions are. Let’s try to discover yours together.
We are all born with some talents. We all have some strength and we all have some things we really love doing. Usually, when engaged in activities we love, we kind of loose track of the time.
We all know many people who have good jobs, they do them fairly well or even very well, and they are nice and friendly colleagues. But they are not really excited about their work.
Recruitment is always subjective to some degree. But to make the best hiring decisions, you should try to be as objective as you can.
We all have heard about how important is to have clarity about what we want. But do we do that and how do we find our true passion?
What is the learning from this summer? And this message is probably most relevant for high achievers like me, so if you are the one, read this blog carefully.
We all have some fears. Often they hold us back from exploring our passions and living a more fulfilled life. So, be brave and face your fears.
What do you think, what is the link between a love relationship and the one between a manager and their employee? Turns out they have more in common than you would think.