How To Embrace Your Quirky To Be Your Authentic Self And Be Happy! – Podcast Interview With Sandra Bellamy


AoL 050: How to Embrace Your Quirky to Be Your Own Authentic Self with Sandra Bellamy

Here it is, the moment you have been waiting for all your quirky life. How to embrace your quirky in your life and business to be happy!

Have you ever looked in the mirror and wondered who is looking back at you? Have you ever felt depressed? Lacked self-esteem or self-belief? If so, I can help you – listen to my podcast interview now on SoundCloud with New Inceptions!

You do not have to be signed-up to SoundCloud to hear my podcast! Just click on play and click on the ‘AoL 050: How To Embrace Your Quirky To’ image, to see the full article about my interview!

Enjoy, and please leave a comment below and tell me how you Embrace Your Quirky and what difficulties you are currently experiencing that I can help you with?

 

 

BREAKING THROUGH BARRIERS – MY ARTICLE IN DEVON LIFE BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MAGAZINE


Magazine article
My Breaking through barriers article in Devon Life Business and Professional magazine

BREAKING THROUGH BARRIERS – MY ARTICLE OUT NOW IN DEVON LIFE BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MAGAZINE. This is my article out now in the latest edition of Devon Life Business and Professional magazine, I am giving my expert business opinion, talking more about redundancy, and going through the 5 components of my Break Through The Barriers Of Redundancy To Get Back Into Work – An A-Z ‘How To’ guide. Page 28. You can buy it in supermarkets and newsagents that also stock Devon Life magazine, or you can view it online when you subscribe by email to the magazine.

I am currently fighting flu, but I’m better than Monday when I was very poorly with going hot and cold and teeth chattering, so I am predominantly on a break from social media to get well, but I felt compelled to share this with you.

Happy writing and Happy Christmas xx

Stay quirky
Sandra xx

In the New York Times – A Writer’s Dream Come True


Hi Everyone

I just had to write a quick post as I am sooo excited. I am mentioned in the New York Times with a link to the blog post article I did for Exclusive HR company about being a manager, leader, teacher or coach. Here is the link to the blog post: exclusive-thinking.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/redundancy-advice.

This is a Writer’s dream come true, to be talked about in the New York Times and recognised for a good article is truly amazing.  Here is the link to the New York Times article that I am mentioned in: boss.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/10/this-week-in-small-business-best-facebook-pages

As you may or may not know, besides writing, I am setting up a website called beatredundancyblues.com and beatredundancyblues.co.uk to help people who are redundant to get back into work. These have not yet been launched, so if you have clicked on them and are feeling a bit disappointed that there is nothing there, it will be worth the wait.

In the meantime, just to wet your appetite, here is a link to my redundancy blog site: beatredundancyblues.wordpress.com

I believe I am able to successfully help people who are redundant to get back into work because during my 15 year career in retail, 7 of which were spent within management roles, I have been made redundant twice and I know first hand how hard it is to battle with your emotions and to deal with the financial impact and practicalities that you need to face. I have also been able to work my way back up the career ladder. In my management roles I have interviewed, recruited, trained and coached staff and I have been through the recruitment process as a potential employee, so I have experienced both sides of the fence and that experience I can use to write books to help people to get back into work, as well as offer services to inspire people to achieve their dreams.

Thanks for your support to encourage me in my dream.

Write soon

Sandra