Flipping Heck! Learning To Be Productive One Day At A Time


Career Development

August 4, 2020

So, your workplace might be lacking some skilled workers in a certain area or two, or you may be someone who’s recently opened up a business and want to know what kind of skills you’re going to need. Either way, the answer remains very … Read More »


September 19, 2017 by Kevin Faber

As you head to college for the first time - or perhaps for your final year - you may be wondering how you can earn some extra cash to fund your books (or beers). Sure there's bar and restaurant work available, but how about … Read More »


August 7, 2008 by Katy Whitton

The BBC has reported that "Older People are happier at work": Older workers are the happiest employees, research commissioned by Vodafone suggests. Seven out of 10 workers aged over 50 said they felt fulfilled compared with half of 25 to 31-year-olds … Read More »


July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

I was pointed in the direction of an article recently (and apologies as I can't remember the source) called "Think You Might Be Addicted to Email? You're Not Alone" which states that 83% of users check email whilst on holiday. … Read More »

Career Development

July 7, 2007 by Katy Whitton

There's been a lot of talk online over the past few weeks about how social networking websites such as MySpace and FaceBook can affect people in the real world. So, can they damage your career or is it a lot of fuss about nothing? … Read More »

Productivity News

July 5, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Some bloggers talk about their "real" jobs - others don't.  I encourage everyone who has a blog or a Web site to post the questions below and insert their own answers.  Our careers all have ups and downs, and when we share the ride … Read More »

Productivity News

July 5, 2007 by Katy Whitton

What is it about us Brits at the moment? This is the second article published this week that says we're all a miserable bunch who hate our jobs and would take a pay cut if we were happier. Is it because the sunshine has … Read More »


July 1, 2007 by Katy Whitton

We have a job clocking in/out system and every hour of our work day has to be accounted for. Whilst this may seem a bit Orwellian, it allows us to work out profits against jobs effectively and also lead me on to today's little … Read More »

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