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Career change mindset hacks: The ‘pomodoro’ technique


Monday, 3rd June 2019 at 7:30 am
Clare Desira
In this video Clare Desira talks about a productivity hack that helps you start chipping away at those big tasks or dreams on your careers job list.


Monday, 3rd June 2019
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Clare Desira


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Career change mindset hacks: The ‘pomodoro’ technique
Monday, 3rd June 2019 at 7:30 am

In this video Clare Desira talks about a productivity hack that helps you start chipping away at those big tasks or dreams on your careers job list.

Desira is a mindset coach and 10-year CSR professional. She heads up the Top Five Movement, a training organisation which supports changemakers and leaders in generous careers to have a bigger impact through a stronger mindset.  

This video is part of a weekly series exploring how the brain works and tools to tackle common mindset blockers during career change.

To learn more see www.topfivemovement.com

 


Clare Desira  |  @ProBonoNews

Clare Desira is head mindset coach and founder of the Top Five Movement.


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