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How might your siblings affect your career?

Research shows that how many siblings you have affects your career path!

Some people say our decisions are already decided for us. They say that although you might think your career path, your relationships, and pretty much your whole life is dependent on your choices, it isn’t. Disney, who conducted the research to celebrate Frozen on National Siblings Day, compared a sample of over 500 successful individuals from 11 different careers. The aim was to find out whether certain groups of children were more likely to find success in a certain career path. In order to do this, researchers analysed...

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365 Quotes for Startups and Entrepreneurs

365 Inspiring Quotes for Startups and Entrepreneurs

Everybody loves a good quote. If you work at a startup, or you’re a startup founder/entrepreneur then you may find yourself in need of inspiration more often than most. So just for you, here’s a list of 365 inspiring quotes for startups and entrepreneurs. One for every single day of an awesome 2017 ahead!

If we’ve missed a favourite of yours please let us know!

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Making the Grade: Today’s Education System is Killing Children

In his best-selling book, ‘Why ‘A’ Students Work for ‘C’ Students and ‘B’ Students Work for the Government‘, Robert Kiyosaki, expresses his belief that Grade A students who read well, memorize well and get high marks in exams are not necessarily destined to be the best creative thinkers, visionaries or entrepreneurs. Whereas, Grade C students, often grow up to be the creators of new ideas, businesses or innovative products. An education system focusing solely on academic attainment will not necessarily deliver the intended results.

Are Dream Jobs Possible?

Dreams and jobs… dream jobs, no oxymoron is more obvious. For a very long time, I thought dream jobs didn’t exist (at least on a practical level). My dream job at different stages in life include (in chronological order) being a top fashion designer, a twirling ballerina, a balling banker, a master chef and now a writer. Most of these were forgotten and lost into the void, usually out of my own self-doubt, the difficulty of the climb, the perceived lack of reward or a combination of all.