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Dealing with Difficult People – By Roy Lilley

  During a recent trip to the library, the title of this book caught my eye.  This is an issue that almost everyone needs to know about as most of us will need this on regular basis (also, I have long suspected that I may be one […]

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Be patiently impatient

Everything we need to know about patience can be learned by looking of the window. Even the sun must allow the clouds to pass by every once in a while. Be patiently impatient.  

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Three Feet from Gold

With so many wealth, business and leadership books available, it is easy to get caught up with the latest management jargon or wealth buzzwords – no doubt many of these are worthy, however, from time to time, I feel it is worth revisiting the classics and this […]

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Tips for writing non-fiction

Originally published on www.writing.ie – Carol Tallon   It is difficult to give tips to unpublished writers on actually getting published as it is such an arbitrary occurrence. I deeply suspect that, if asked, most published writers would admit to getting it right the first time ‘by […]

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Origins of New Year

Pre- Christian Romans dedicated the 1st January to Janus,the god of doorways, transitions and new beginnings. After Julius Caesar’s death, the Roman Senate unanimously agreed to deify on the 1st of January 42 BC. Janus has two faces, one facing the front and the other facing the […]

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Feliz Año Nuevo

Feliz Año Nuevo or Happy New Year for 2015   Spending this year bouncing between Ireland, the UK and Spain has definitely been a learning experience – my Spanish is coming along (slowly) and I am getting to know a few of the local customs. So in […]

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She will remain

Eye to eye, a moment of remembrance The unspoken world that passes through Sometimes not as she seems, the world turns for her There will be no breaking of season For him, For them, no season at all Except for the glories that exist far from this […]

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Ireland’s first shipping container home – Press Release

Project RIPPLE: Creating Ireland’s first, fully-compliant, shipping container home in Ireland Press Release Ireland’s first fully-compliant shipping container home will be built on the grounds at IMMA (Irish Museum of Modern Arts) over three days, from Thursday 27th to Sunday 30th November as part of an innovative […]

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The importance of house-hunters etiquette

Originally published in The Sunday Business Post and discussed on The Morning Show with Decan Meehan on East Coast FM Last week, a story about an estate agent in the UK getting fired after stealing chocolate from a tenant’s flat went viral. The agent in question was […]

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If would-be buyers are unhappy about any Construction 2020 initiatives, now is the time to speak up

Even before the Government formally announced its Construction 2020 strategy earlier this week, commentators were quick to speak about against many of the 75 policy initiatives proposed. Taoiseach Enda Kenny went on to announce a suite of measures aimed at stimulating the lagging construction sector, which has […]

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