All posts of Nadine Zrinzo

If, like me, you dread having to network, take solace in the knowledge that most people hate networking, even those who seem to effortlessly command a room.
Lifestyle design is broad, covering everything from the work you do; to what you choose to spend your money on and how you while away your time. It’s about being purposeful with your resources, maximising their value and using them to bring you joy. 
The trick is working out how to increase the amount you are compensated for what you give. Simply wanting, or asking, for more money because you feel you deserve it isn’t enough. You need to convince your boss or customer to hand over the extra funds.
Whether we like it or not, life is a game ... as is work and our careers. We often think that games are trivial or that they rely on luck so we are hesitant to think about something as serious as our life as one.
An online audit will give you the opportunity to take stock of what others can read about you online, so that you can work out what to remove and what to add in, to make sure that it is an accurate and authentic representation of you.
Our goal in this article is to hack the ‘busy’ out of our personal life to leave extra energy, both physical and mental to perform well at work.
It was 12.08am on a Friday night and I was sitting at the Beat (don’t judge me), with a gin and tonic in front of me and a certificate of participation on my lap, contemplating life and pushing hard when you want to win (sigh). We had just missed out on winning a big business […]
We have a tradition back home, where on your first birthday you are presented with an assortment of random objects and ’told’ to pick your favourite. That very important choice, which as a one year old, you would have considered greatly, will determine what you would likely do for the rest of your life. For […]
It’s not only the jobless who become unemployable. There are many educated, 20-somethings who are invisible & struggling to win at work. If any of the below sound too familiar then it’s time to re think your approach!  1 // You are not putting your hand up for new opportunities or responsibilities. Step out of […]
Let’s start with a quick reality check. If you are in your 20s now, you can expect a good 50 years of work ahead of you. That’s 50 years of change you need to be ready for. To put it in context – if you were to look back 50 years, that takes us to […]