12.03.2018

It's never too late to design your career

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It's never too late to design your career

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Think about your qualifications, what you enjoy doing, your technical skills, what drives you, your emotional intelligence.

Cherish what you have, nurture what you have and use what you have to your best advantage.

Whether what you have is a great education with 21 letters after your name, or whether you left school at the age of sixteen with three O-levels, like our former Prime Minister John Major, it isn’t what you have that is important, it is how you choose to nurture and fashion what you have into a worthwhile and satisfying career that really matters.

It isn’t what you have, it’s what you do with what you have that will determine who you become. Never underestimate what you are capable of achieving.

Remember, 3 colours, 10 digits and 7 notes produced Turner, Rembrandt, Einstein, Hawking, Beethoven and Elgar.
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