Phnom Penh princesses: broken girls
// “Not one of these girls wants to be here."
Written by Steve Edwards
7 ways to go into business with God, not Lord Sugar
// God wants to ensure your success, and will - if you let Him.
Written by Jonathan Bender
Myth 6: We work to earn money, so you may as well earn as much of it as possible
// Can we really be free from the pressure to earn more, more, more? Or are we just kidding ourselves when...
Written by threads
The weight of values
// I became aware of the weight of carrying an identity that was not my own.
Written by Sheila Mburu
Myth 5: Work sucks! Early retirement is the dream.
// Sat in a taxi at 2am, after another 16-hour day, I wonder what on earth I’m doing with my life.
Written by Jeremy Moses
Greed: Why more is never enough
// Greed is always there. Greed wants more, no matter what the cost. Greed tells you it's just this once. A...
Written by Matt Crossman
Sloth: Couch potato versus workaholic
// The antidote to laziness is not to work harder. It's easy to work a 70-hour-week and then get ill. Anyone...
Written by Tanya Marlow
Myth 3: ‘Rest is an inefficient use of time’
// Why spend your evenings moulding the sofa to your backside when you could be getting in some overtime for a...
Written by Pete Curran
Myth 2: ‘If I’m not happy at work, I must be in the wrong job and should just quit’
// At university, I was so busy consuming curries and trying to impress girls with my guitar that I never really...
Written by Tom Marshall
Myth 1: ‘My faith is a liability at work. If I want to progress and do well I need to keep it private.’
// Christine Woolgar kicks off our new series tackling the top 10 myths about work.
Written by Christine Woolgar
Big pond, little fish
// Maybe it wasn’t a dream of yours to change the world, but it was definitely on my bucket list.
Written by Lauren McCredie
Why you shouldn’t follow your dreams
// We won’t change the world by each trying to be a one-man band, following our own dream.
Written by Jude Munday
// As a polymath with a low boredom threshold and a butterfly brain, when I’m doing some dull administrative task there...
Written by Bex Lewis
The busyness conundrum
// I remember a simpler time, when I didn't have to pay someone to slap me for being unproductive in order...
Written by Dan Preston
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