These Three Things…with Yuliya Culley

At Novello Skin we aim to provide non-surgical enhanced aesthetic solutions for people wishing to improve their appearance and confidence. Our philosophy is to achieve the best results for our clients through high quality services and acting in their best interests. The one thing, practice or thought that can always boost your motivation is… I love seeing positive results and transformation on someone’s face when work is done well. It is priceless to make a Read more…

These Three Things…with Lisa Stilwell.

I work with dogs of all ages, from pets to show dogs, working dogs and canine athletes. I help to rehabilitate soft tissue injuries commonly seen as lameness and also support common orthopaedic conditions such as Hip Dysplasia and Spondylosis. Clinical Canine Massage can also be beneficial for dogs requiring chronic pain management for long term conditions such as Arthritis. In addition to running Essex Rivers Clinical Canine Massage I am Clinical Trials Coordinator for Read more…

These Three Things…with Helen Huddless (my Mum).

The one thing, practice or thought that can always boost your motivation is… Family The best thing any one ever told you is… Be kind to yourself. One thing that is special about your career and/ or business is… Being promoted from a part-time cleaner to a receptionist. I left school at 15 and had never worked with computers or even a calculator! This was special not just because of the achievement but because someone Read more…

My STEM Career Journey: Making it in Technology.

Whenever I work with Generation Success they always ask for a Case Study, so this time I though I would share my journey with you… I graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2004 with a Degree in Recreation Management. Although this is a BSc (hons) you can probably guess this was not a STEM degree. It took me a long time to complete my degree due to personal setbacks and the fact that I had Read more…

Work Less, Save the Planet.

World Economic Forum | A four-day working week will not only improve wellbeing – it could save the planet The forty hour working week over 5 days has been commonplace in society for around 200 years. In the 1800’s most people work in manufacturing or other manual labour jobs and it was very common for people to work 100 hour weeks over 6 days. During the Industrial Revolution activists and labour union representatives began campaigning for workers rights and Read more…

It Was World Suicide Prevention Day Yesterday…

…and inevitably (and valuably) discussions about mental illness and mental wellbeing are rife. Raising awareness of the impacts and realities of living and working with mental illness is so important. Colleagues, friends and associates post awareness memes and quotes and it gets the message out there. Knowing my friends and colleagues, I know that often behind those messages of awareness and encouragement lies the reality that they too are suffering from a silent illness. I Read more…

Expert Pharma June: The World of People, Patients and Pharmaceuticals.

Before I came into technology sales 5 years ago I worked for some big pharma companies in sales. My move into I.T. was facilitated by knowledge of the NHS and so my first role was working with Public Sector customers. Fair to say I have been around healthcare for quite a while. So then fast forward to present day and I find myself working with the big pharma companies again. Two of my Vodafone clients Read more…