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There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t met yet

Posted: 21st December, 2023 in Case Studies, Marketing Services, Motivation, PR & press, Strategy & planning

When I think of Christmas, I imagine many people find it to be a time of joy, celebration and togetherness. They jump at the chance to meet up with their families and friends, to relax and enjoy the festivities.

This is the Christmas we frequently see portrayed in countless films, advertisements and marketing campaigns. It is presented as precious moments when we create beautiful memories. Everyone is happy and everything is perfect. 


Get your MOJO* back on track – Guest blog by Ashleigh Tobin, Health and Mind Coach

Posted: 5th September, 2023 in Case Studies, Motivation, PR & press, Strategy & planning, Tips & Tricks, Training and mentoring

Ever wondered where that girl inside you has gone? Remember her – she had energy and motivation and time to spare? She was curious and feisty and always up for learning and adventure.

It might be a while since she’s been around but I promise she’s not gone, she’s just buried under laundry, Team meetings and the responsibility of getting your loved ones through life!


The history of 3 well-known Christmas traditions

Posted: 20th December, 2022 in Case Studies, Marketing Services, PR & press

Each year, millions of people around the world celebrate Christmas. Primarily a religious holiday, Christmas is steeped in traditions, as many people embrace the opportunity to celebrate the birth of Jesus. 

It’s also a wonderful time when many people take a hard-earned break from the long, cold days of Winter. They get the chance to recharge their batteries and get-together with families and friends to enjoy the festivities.


Win, lose or draw, wherever we go, the purse goes

Posted: 24th February, 2022 in Case Studies, Marketing Services, Motivation, PR & press, Tips & Tricks

As the Six Nations kicked off again earlier this month, it was wonderful to feel the sense of euphoria and giddy anticipation that lay ahead after a quiet two years.

On the evening of the Ireland versus Wales game, I headed into Dublin to soak up the atmosphere of a glorious win. There was a great buzz around town that night and you could see the good-humour amongst both sets of fans.

As we were finishing our meal, my friends and I got talking to a group of Welsh supporters as they waited for their table at the restaurant. Their sense of fun and sportsmanship was so evident to see as they chatted away to us.


5 ways to run a successful small business - Guest blog by Tena Shiels of Bookkeeping Academy

Posted: 13th January, 2022 in Business start-up, Case Studies, Cash and finance, Communications, Motivation, Personal effectiveness, PR & press, Strategy & planning, Tips & Tricks, Training and mentoring

Anyone can set up a business, however maintaining a successful business is a lot harder to do.  his month, we have Tena Shiels from the Book-keeping Academy sharing her five great tips for any business to thrive.

Tena's knowledge is invaluable and her advise is very attainable for any budding entrepreneur. Let me take you through them one by one.


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