Meet the Team; 10 Questions with Raelene
Tell us a bit about your background.
I developed strong work ethic early. At the age of 10 I was employed at the train station kiosk before school, selling papers and cigarettes from 6.30 – 8.30 am (Horrifyi...read more
This month’s LTC Positive Psychology book club book is The Quiet by Paul Wilson.
Book: The Quiet
Published: 2006 (an oldie but a goodie)
Author: Paul Wilson
A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Paul Wilson is known as the guru of calm. He has...read more
Enter yourself, get your partner to enter and/or encourage someone who you know would love this opportunity to enter.
This package prize is suitable for people who want to change job/career or want to talk to someone about getting more job satisfaction i...read more
Any professional who is serious about their own career management has a Linkedin profile. It is the opportunity for individuals to showcase their experience and skills to the broader world. To assist just this, Linkedin introduced the Linkedin endorsement...read more
This month’s LTC Positive Psychology book club book is recommended by Tal Ben Shahar. Tal holds the record for the most popular course at Harvard - Positive Psychology. He also has a pretty fabulous set of cost effective online positive psychology cours...read more
At Let’s Talk Career, our experienced career coaches work with people whose goal it is to successfully transition into new careers. Often, people come to us with nothing more than a decision to make a change. They’re unhappy doing what they currently ...read more
Tina Turner sings “She Works Hard for the Money” and you do too! So it makes complete sense that you don’t want to hand your hard-earned dollars over to a service - whether it be a hairdresser, financial planner, interior designer or career coach - ...read more
This month’s LTC Positive Psychology book club book is recommended by Michelle McQuaid (http://www.michellemcquaid.com). Michelle has a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from USA having studied with Dr Martin Seligman himself. As well as hav...read more
Gable and Haidt (2005) define positive psychology as “the (scientific) study of the conditions and processes that contribute to the flourishing or optimal functioning of people, groups, and institutions." Positive psychology focuses on the promotion of ...read more
Whenever I meet people and ask what they have been up to, 9 times out of 10 their answer is "I’m so busy!”. This usually comes with an over-exaggerated eye roll and shoulder shrugs.
To be honest, this response is so common that it’s tempting to ign...read more