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How Did You Get Stuck? Gradually then Suddenly.

In Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises one character asks: How did you go bankrupt?” “Two ways, gradually then suddenly” comes the reply. And in a nutshell that explains how so many of us get…

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Why Conversational Culture Matters to You

by Dr Rachel Collis When you are thinking about career change it is important to get a sense of clarity around yourself (your strengths, values, purpose etc.) and also the work environments that works best…

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The Incredible Tale of Leicester City…and the (Limited) Power of Thinking

“Following today’s devastating result for the national team, I take full responsibility for the most unfortunate choice of coach, which has resulted in such a poor image of the national team being put before the…

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The Hard Thing about Hard Choices

Every now and again I come across something that reinvigorates me and makes me determined to redouble what we’re trying to do at The Career Psychologist.  This video is one of those things. The thing…

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On the Danger of Psychometrics Tests

Psychologists are very keen to put people into boxes.  We like to label people –  schizophrenic, depressed, anxious.  For occupational psychologists we like ENFP, conscientious, emotionally intelligent.  Of course, mostly these labels are harmless and…

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