Better Times?

By Blair McPherson | 29 January 2019

It’s a risk leaving a job where you’ve enjoyed some success for one where there is no guarantee that you can repeat the trick. But if you’re ambitious and you’re head hunted it’s hard to say no  - especially if the recruiting authority claims to be in a financially much healthier position than your current authority.  

So much time and energy is taken up avoiding bankruptcy and coming up with ways of living within reduced means there is no opportunity to build, to create something special, to really show what you can do given some room for  manoeuvre and some resources.

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