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Seeking new career/set up a business during pandemic

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What is your next step?

  1. Seek a new job that fulfil your life purpose and align with your goals?

  2. Seek a temporary job till the market is reviving and apply for more relevant jobs

  3. Upskill and ensure the high level is maintained to be in-demand in the market

  4. Start a new business

  5. Focus on family care and ensure children are learning the best way they can to be future job ready.


No matter which path you choose, I can help you. I have worked with over 20 global and national organisations, became HR Partner, Talent acquistion, retention and transformation program.

I specialise in helping clients in building strong professional presence, engaging personal branding & marketing strategy, business/candidate value champaign, networking within the industry/domain, invitation to specific professional seminars etc


There are many ways to get yourself noted out of the 200 candidates applied for the job, be seen in the crowd, be headhunted and introduced to the hiring orgnaisations.

Please book a 15 min consultation for introduction and submit your CV and 10 min video introduction to help market yourself.

Fee applies when you enroll in full consultation services and outcome focus career match program (find you the next best jobs) (%fee above annual package salary negotiated)

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  1. not having official agreement with your business partners

  2. identify sustainable income/revenue stream and operate lean

  3. identify best suitable products/services which customers need

  4. ensure the financial modelling is done well to manage risk

  5. investment in initiatives only with proven potential return




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reference https://www.dissolve.com.au/blog/top-9-business-insolvency/

Business insolvency- Common issues

Most people are aware of the statistic that over 50% of “businesses fail in their first three years”. The fact is that risks in the first years are the fundamental ongoing risks to businesses, however long they’ve been in operation. There are multiple reasons for this situation:

  • Lack of expertise in commercial operations: Business was conducted in a way to increase risk.

  • Lack of knowledge of business practices: Even the most basic business practices are important. Entering into a contract, for example, without being aware of contractual obligations is often a serious mistake.

  • Inadequate resources to cover the costs of making the business viable: To be viable, some businesses require capital and time many businesses just don’t have.

  • Excessive expenditure, usually while trying to build business: Throwing money at business development can be fatal.

  • Failure of clients to pay money owing or to follow through on business projects: One of the most common of all reasons for business failure is being dragged down by another failing business.

  • Competition: Many businesses seriously underrate their competition, which results in business failure.

  • Impractical business ventures: Very common, high risk ventures generally include costs to businesses which put the business in debt.

  • Financial management: Even good businesses can be sabotaged by bad financial management.

  • Credit situations: Borrowing money on the basis of future revenue is a typical reason for business insolvency.

Major causes of business insolvency

Insolvency, when it happens, is actually caused by loss of capital, loss of revenue and loss of credit. A business in the process of becoming insolvent really is like “death by inches”. Although many businesses are all too well aware of their problems, they fail to deal with the issues correctly.

Problems drag on and are exacerbated by a tangle of situations, like credit problems, waiting for payments that never happen, accumulating bills and similar disasters. Problems compound and multiply. These common issues, if they’re allowed to continue, resolve themselves into sudden unexpected crises.


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