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Forward Continuance Celebrate Philly Eagles Win

The most celebrated triumph is when an organization that isn’t expected to make it to the end does so and then steals the win also. One of the best things about Super Bowl 51 was that it was against the underdogs, Eagles and the Elite, Patriots. The intensity of this game was great, different plays…

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Forward Continuance Discusses Resilience

Nothing can ever be achieved by just sitting around. Why do some of the most exceptional individuals we know today come through to be so famous and well-known? Why is Elon Musk known, or Bill Gates? We believe the answer to that is resilience. Resilience is not something we are born with. Resilience is acquired…

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Forward Continuance Shares 7 Quotes to Show The Importance of Potential

“Potential never comes in ‘one size fit’s all’, it has to be grown, stretched and earned, otherwise it shrinks. How an individual makes the best of their drive, passion, and situation towards what they want most dearly, will determine your success. How do they go about achieving their dreams every step of the way? These are…

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Forward Continuance: Important Traits of Valuable People

“I value people who can be humble, accountable and vulnerable. It is surprising that many people try to mask their weaknesses instead of owning them and asking for help. I commend people who can be accountable for a mistake and have the character to share it. The amount of trust that is created from that…

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Forward Continuance: U.K. Tour of Belfast, Liverpool and Nottingham For a New Client

Exciting new adventures and things will be happening at Forward Continuance. “It’s always great to move around and see the perks of our industry. Our industry has a perk of travel which happens to be business based, but because it is so intriguing it ends up being leisure,” says Mitchell Hughes managing director of Forward…

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Forward Continuance Shares Ways to Turn Stress into Success

According to Success Magazine, “3 Rules for Turning Stress into Success” the writer Denis Waltley explains that stress is inevitable. But there are various ways to transform that stress into something useful. There are ways to turn anxiety into positive success. “At Forward Continuance, we know that stress comes with any particular field and career.…

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Forward Continuance Shares The Benefit of Business Cards

“We’ve recently decided to spruce up our business cards. The important idea behind this is keeping our content and firm fresh. New ideas, tools, strategies, and designs are always coming forward. Our job is to be aware of this and keep our firm that way also,” says Mitchell Hughes, managing director of Forward Continuance. Business…

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Forward Continuance Shares 3 Characteristics of a Great Networker

Networking in the business industry is quite significant. It helps us meet other individuals who are perhaps potential clients, customers or business partners. The key to growth is continually challenging yourself to be better each day. “Many people advise about being great, and how networking events are great to attend. However, what makes a great…

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Forward Continuance Shares 3 Transferable Lessons From Basketball to the Business World

The business and entrepreneurial world can be quite like other environments most times. Every field you go into there has to be a style of leadership skills and qualities that help you excel and move further in your career. “An important factor in the business world is having a sports-minded type of attitude. Meaning you…

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Forward Continuance Discuss Relevant Ways to Improving Office Productivity.

The most common misconception about being productive in the office derives from that fact that workers should be taped to their chairs and be seen working a countless number of hours. Many agencies and businesses make this mistake when it comes to their workers: they do not create a steady flow. “Workers are likely to…

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