Growth

The quality follower

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I was invited to speak at the uOnline event at UCC last week where the theme was ‘Our identity and wellbeing online’.  A diverse number of topics were covered from our identity online (me), safety online, security online, how online tools can help those starting college and banking online. The morning’s audience were 16-year-old students […]

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Career

Think about the reader

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What device are you reading this blog post?  It may be on your PC, Laptop, Tablet or even phone.  Each device has its own screen size making our eyes adjust at each paragraph, each line, each word.  Would you like to have an image in between to break up the text?  But will the image […]

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Career

Thankful Tuesday

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I bumped into a school friend of mine the other day.  We are already connected on Facebook so we get to see how our lives have changed since school.  We now have kids, mortgages, bills and to some extend more responsibilities.  She congratulated me on my business and how happy she is for me to […]

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Career

The price we pay for sharing online

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We are a culture of storytellers. Online tools have given us this wonderful opportunity to share our tales with a large audience. It has opened up a world that pulls us in and makes us our own news producers. It is truly spectacular for branding building from an individual personal brand to a personal branding […]

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Career

Sit at the Table

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I actually forgot it was International Womans Day until Spotify told me otherwise.  Numerous playlists showcasing Women in music with messages of power and confidence.  A song called Confident by Demi Lovato had the line “what’s wrong with being confident?”  This stood out to me as I’m reading Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In.  I even […]

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Personal Branding

Evening Echo article 27th Jan 2016

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The Evening Echo printed an article about how The Branding of Me came to be.  It is an article I wrote myself.  It is a difficult task to write about yourself.  You don’t want to come across as shy or even over confident.  So I just wrote it from the heart with the idea that […]

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Personal Branding

What’s in a Name?

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At a recent workshop with some undergraduate students, the debate about how an Arts Degree is viewed in today’s digital world.  I must admit I was taken back by how these students had the idea that an Arts Degree, still to this day is seen as the less valued one in certain circles. The debate […]

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