Steal These Thoughts! Newsletter: Navigating a career in strange times

Check out the latest edition of my newsletter.

This week, we explore navigating careers in these ever evolving strange times. Plus, insights on how to deal with that always on feeling and a roundup of curated content including advice from author Dorie Clark on re-invention.

First up, a deep thought that I’m very passionate about which is focused on advice for graduates and those starting new careers in this disrupted and strange time.

It’s a tough time for everyone right now.

And for recent graduates looking to start their career, I can imagine it is a very troubling time as I know many of their plans might have been smacked by the curveball that is life.

Here, I do my best to offer advice and guidance on navigating what’s to come whether you still have a placement or need to look for new opportunities. Please do share this with those who you think would get value from this too.

Next, the latest episode from the Steal These Thoughts Audio Experience aka my podcast.

In this episode, I delved deeper into the article above to unpack advice, insight and tips for new graduates and anyone looking to start a new career in these strange times.

The impact to the career landscape and job market has been massive due to the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. Here I explore what you can do to navigate the career landscape and what to do to give yourself the best possible opportunity to get in front of prospective employers.

Listen today on: 🎧
Spotify | Google Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Anchor RSS feed 


Last but most certainly not least, one of my most popular articles in 2020 so far in which I share a 4 part step by step guide on how to re-skill for the modern world.

I’m a big believer in assessing your skills often and making sure that you continue to evolve. In this article, I share how you can re-skill to take on new career opportunities.

That’s it for this week. Please do share your thoughts with me on these pieces or anything I share on the Twitterverse and LinkedIn. Chat to you soon and stay healthy people!

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