Financial Knowhow for Freelancers and Entrepreneurs

The days of the “job for life” are long gone. There are still some industries which will take on graduates and nurture them throughout their career but not that many. For the most part, people are changing roles every 18 – 24 months. Alongside this, those with an entrepreneurial spirit are launching side businesses or … More Financial Knowhow for Freelancers and Entrepreneurs

Money. The one thing they don’t teach you about in school

Throughout school, college and university, we gain vast amounts of knowledge. We learn incredible amounts, about topics ranging from geography to food preparation. There is, however, one gaping hole in our education and an awful amount of people suffer as a result of this omission. What we are not being taught is the basics of … More Money. The one thing they don’t teach you about in school

Book Review: Introducing Entrepreneurship: A Practical Guide (Alison and David Price)

After a week of sharing poetry in the hope that you too find value in it, I would like to start this week with a book review. I love to read, and I read A LOT. When I want to unwind or need a dose of escapism, I read fiction. And yes, I do love … More Book Review: Introducing Entrepreneurship: A Practical Guide (Alison and David Price)

All The World’s A Stage (William Shakespeare)

How could Poetry Week be complete without an offering from William Shakespeare, arguably the most famous poet, actor and playwright of all. Today, I would like to share “The Seven Ages of Man” which appears in the play “As You Like It” but is more commonly known by its opening line “All the world’s a … More All The World’s A Stage (William Shakespeare)

Barter (Sara Teasdale)

I love poetry, especially that which leads the reader to feel, think or reflect. Revisiting some of my favourites over the past few days in order to share them with you has reminded me of just how motivational, inspirational, enlightening and enjoyable they can be. The process has been so enjoyable, in fact, that I … More Barter (Sara Teasdale)

The Journey so far..

For my 100th blog post, I would like to share a little about myself and the journey which I have been on since starting Fulfill Your Potential. I didn’t set out to start a blog, it kind of..happened. Writing, however, is something which i’ve always enjoyed. Until I started Fulfill Your Potential, though, I only … More The Journey so far..

Flashback Friday

Friday is over and we are finally headed into the weekend, when people traditionally unwind and recharge their batteries. This is essential, if you want to avoid burnout and fatigue, but it does not mean that you have to put your personal development on hold, though. In the spirit of the flashback Friday hashtag which … More Flashback Friday

Dear students..

For students with a place at one of the countless universities in the UK, this week is arguably the most exciting. It’s Fresher’s Week, and after the formality of the enrolment process to get through, the fun starts. Not only do you get to meet your tutors and classmates but you then get bombarded with … More Dear students..