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admin
May 10, 2020
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React Js Routing Tutorial for Beginners

React js routing is pretty similar to that of angular. Here, we will be using npm install react-router-dom for routing which will be added to the app.js code. Rest index.js and writing components is written just as basics. This example showcases the app.js page to have 3 links, home, blog 1, blog 2 which will […]

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Damon Reynolds
May 4, 2020
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The Marginal Gains Handbook – Practical ideas to survive and thrive in the age of Coronavirus

****NEW FOR MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK**** We are delighted to release VERSION 3 of this free, practical guide of evidence-based ways to survive and thrive in the age of Coronavirus. Marginal Gains to Survive and Thrive in the Age of Coronavirus v3.0 – Click to download This time we have added a section on mental […]

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Rob Archer
April 29, 2020
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A Guide to Lockdown for Other Parents, from a True Parenting Expert

Anyone who knows me or my children will know that I am both a relationship and parenting expert. For example, before I proposed to my wife I romantically listed all of my imperfections (which took a while), and only this morning I dealt with my two-year old’s tantrum by swearing at the top of my […]

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admin
April 28, 2020
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Bob Greifeld (Former CEO/Chairman @Nasdaq) on leading the market through data transformation

Session Timeline: 2:45 What’s Bob’s journey? 4:10 How did Bob’s childhood shape him to be who he is? 5:00 How to prepare yourself for a leadership role? 7:34 How to set the right direction and pace for your company? 11:50 Tips for CEOs in implementing change? 14:34 How to find the right people to work […]

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Career Mums
April 21, 2020
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Useful organisations for parents

Here is a list of organisations offering help, support and resources for parents with links to access. Note services have been validated by Career-Mums. Parent support organisations Dad Info gives advice for parents from a dad’s perspective, including articles and ‘dad guides’ on pregnancy, birth and financial issues. www.dad.info Family Lives is a national charity providing help […]

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Rob Archer
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The COVID-19 Crisis from the Perspective of a Single Parent Working Mum

I’m Lucy, I work with Rob as his VA and he asked me to write something about single parenting during lockdown and the impact of juggling work, a toddler and everything in between! Lockdown… now what? I’ve been running my Virtual Assistant business for 18 months so when lockdown struck, I knew home working wouldn’t […]

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Career Mums
April 7, 2020
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Strengthening Resilience Through Challenging Times

One of the most amazing things about the human spirit is the ability to adjust and accommodate even the most extreme types of situations. If you are like me, you find that every day brings something new. Whilst I am tired and sometimes feel overwhelmed, I am actually finding that I have surprising talents as […]

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vthomson
April 6, 2020
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Laid Off From Your Job? Here’s What To Do Next.

Well, March 2020 was one crazy month. As a Career Coach, I can definitely say that this is an unprecedented time of uncertainty for all of us across all aspects of our lives. That, unfortunately, includes the job market. We’ve seen some unbelievable statistics lately about the number of business closures and layoffs across not […]

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Rob Archer
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How to Deal with Anxiety (Day 5) – The Gift of Impossible Situations

It’s a funny thing, anxiety.  It can be both helpful and overwhelming.  Galvanising and paralysing.  We can be its master or like me last week, squashed. I’ve been squashed for a couple of weeks actually. All my usual tricks, tips, techniques – all of my hard-won acceptance and commitment techniques – all rendered obsolete by […]

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Wilson Lee
April 2, 2020
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An Extrovert’s Guide to Remote Work

Because of COVID-19 many of us are now in a position where we’re working full-time remote for the first time ever. As someone who thrives on human interaction in an office setting, working at home alone has been challenging to say the least. I sat down to have a coffee with Chethan Reddy to get some tips […]

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