Productivity Tools You Might Like to Try

By Jo Pilon

There are a lot of tools out there that make our life easier and more efficient. We will share some of the ones we use and how we use them.

Coggle is an online mind mapping tool. It comes in a free version and you can upgrade to a paid version if you wish. We find the free version is enough for us.

Coggle 

Interested to know more?

So many things to know and consider to choose your career but also to make sure you are doing the best job you can.

We will help you find out what skills you need to work on and either support you in making your study decision or coach you to develop your skills through one-on-one coaching sessions or in workshops/webinars.

If you need someone to help you reach your career goals then take advantage of the free half hour “Getting to Know You” Session with Jo or Kate at Expand Careers Consulting. Booking a consultation with a Career Counsellor is your first step to taking control of your working life.

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