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Claire Boyles
Works at Success Matters
Attended King's School
Lives in London, UK
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Having a good night out
#laughter is food for the soul!
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When you start your own business, the business supports you achieving your own personal and professional (and entrepreneurial) goals, not someone elses!
It's your business, any work you do within that business is a step closer to you achieving your own goals, not your boss's!
#StartUp #business #entrepreneur
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Pret are awesome for #healthyYum options 
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I'm on a roll today making REALLY delicious #healthyYum cod and chips 
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Happy Tummy; Happy Mind!

A healthy tummy means healthy mind, but because of the many foods considered part of a "normal" healthy diet actually influence how we feel emotionally (many of them creating phsyiologically addictive processes) it can be hard to find those foods which genuinely make our tummy and mind happy.
I avoid sugar, eat as "clean" (ie non processed foods) as I can, and at the moment I'm following a specific fodmap diet to help with my digestive problems.
Listening to what the body really needs is an art, and it takes time to develop, the best advice I've ever received when it comes to healthy eating is to do your best. If and when I don't do what I think is healthiest, to brush myself off and get back to healthy eating choices as quickly as possible, without berating myself or judging myself.
I aim for this group to be a positive place where we can share what we've found that works for us; everyone is unique and has different needs. I do however, think there is a common thread and "happy eating" principles which help our bodies and minds become healthier and happier.
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Sometimes trying to be who or where you want to be is detrimental to getting there.

Be who & what you are now, to be able to evolve into what you want to become.
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I had two great conversations with clients today, the first time I've been able to talk business with them since my ‪#‎yearOfhell‬ began. It felt so good to be back in touch, catching up and hearing how they're doing, celebrating their successes they've achieved on the foundations we'd created. It was so awesome hearing the genuine delight they have for me that my health is recovering :)
I genuinely LOVE the clients I work with, so happy to have such awesome people who value me for what I bring to the table.
Very much looking forward to getting back working with them again - yay!
‪#‎CelebrateALLsuccesses‬!!
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good guide & tips on how to re-market online ads with google
#startup   #marketing   #business  
If you are an eCommerce Store with a current Google Merchant Centre account, you can use dynamic remarketing to build remarketing ads.
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+Mark Tillison always happy to share valuable content Mark! :) 
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We learn sometimes more from our failures than our successes!
 
What we learned from our... not so awesome pieces of content: http://ow.ly/XH3XK
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Feeling so full of joy, I was able to walk in the fresh air without a wheelchair today for the chest time in a long time! Woo hoo! #celebrateALLsuccesses 
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+Julian Mount pretty awesome eh? So chuffed :) 
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  • King's School
    1987 - 1992
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Business Coach/Consultant, Entrepreneur, I work with Start up businesses, specialising in strategy, effectiveness, branding, and online marketing including social media
Introduction
I work with Start up businesses, specialising in strategy, effectiveness, branding, and online marketing including social media. 

Coming from a background of working in Human Resource Management and Recruitment in Multinationals, I registered my first business in 2007, and experienced a steep learning curve as a first time entrepreneur.  

My passion is to provide first time entrepreneurs with the support, guidance, knowledge and skills so that their learning curve is gentle, maximising growth of profits, rather than constant investment of time effort & money into their start up, with little return. 
Bragging rights
Mr Smiley Sharkey lives with me, he's the coolist, smiliest shark you'll ever meet! He has his own Facebook Page and Twitter :) www.twitter.com/MrSmileySharkey www.facebook.com/MrSmileySharkey
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Occupation
Business Consultant, Proffessional Speaker, Social Media Strategist, Entrepreneur
Employment
  • Success Matters
    Business Consultant & Strategist, 2011 - present
  • Management Matters
    Business Consultant & Trainer, 2008 - present
  • General Electric
    Recruitment & Training Coordinator, 2000 - 2001
  • SAP AG
    Recruitment, 2002 - 2002
  • RPS Group
    Human Resources, 2001 - 2002
  • Fidelity Investments
    Recruitment, 2003 - 2004
  • National Centre for Visually Impaired Children
    Human Resources Manager, 2004 - 2007
  • Employment Matters
    Employee Mediation & Career Coach, 2007 - 2008
  • Life Matters
    Life Coach, 2007 - 2008
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London, UK
Previously
Dublin, Ireland. - Belfast, Northern Ireland - Bielefeld, Germany - Portstewart, Northern Ireland - Church Crookham, Hampshire. - Verden (Aller), Germany
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0239 2037652
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Camden Town
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Blog of Success Matters- changing the way the world does business! - Suc...
www.success-matters.com

Success Matters Blog, where matters of success are discussed & encouraged!

Dynamic Remarketing
tillison.co.uk

If you are an eCommerce Store with a current Google Merchant Centre account, you can use dynamic remarketing to build remarketing ads.

It’s All About Who Touches Your Heart
www.kenwriting.com

On Monday morning, when I heard the news that David Bowie had died of cancer, my immediate reaction was not sadness or grief. I just didn’t

Flash Fiction - Grated
www.kenwriting.com

Hopefully this qualifies as ‘Flash Fiction’ on two counts – firstly it’s under the requisite 1000 words and second I wrote it in a flash jus

Thomas Cook - how to ruin a reputation in three easy steps
mediacoach.blogspot.com

If you were in the business of providing people with great experiences, you'd probably work pretty hard to make sure expectations were excee

That’s the Why
www.kenwriting.com

We used to say this thing, when we were little. We would employ it, if ever we were accosted by a difficult question or, more often, if a qu

It's official: HMRC writes "ridiculous" "nonsense"
marksaccjokes.blogspot.com

Given this is a fun blog it's not usual for me to reference the decision in a tax tribunal. But it was impossible to resist when I heard abo

Self-Sabotage – Why Do We Do It? | Leadership Principles
www.leadership-principles.com

At the moment I am going through the selection process for companies to help me put together Leadership Training Courses which will be avail

Jeremy Nicholas – writer, broadcaster, MC and compere | Are you a boring...
jeremynicholas.co.uk

ARE YOU WORRIED THAT YOU MIGHT BE A BORING SPEAKER? Have you ever spoken at an event and been met with stony silence? Why do other speakers

Why your blogging strategy is probably wrong
www.businesszone.co.uk

blog Think you need to be blogging and tweeting even more to keep up? Robert Craven argues that less is more.

The Secret to Networking? Not Making People Feel Guilty | Andy Lopata
www.lopata.co.uk

Last week I read a blog in the Wall Street Journal that, on first glance, made a lot of sense. But something nagged at me and the more I tho

Facebook Business Pages: Why your results just nosedived - Jim's Marketi...
jimsmarketingblog.com

As some of you may know, the new Facebook Business Page strategy was recently leaked. It has prompted an outcry from business owners. Here’s

How To Get Referrals for Your Business - SuccessMatters; Employee to Ent...
www.success-matters.com

I teach marketing strategies that create "raving fans who do your marketing for you", and what those fans do is referr you and your business

Malcolm Levene: Successes & Failures of the Year 2013 - SuccessMatte...
www.success-matters.com

As Albert Einstein once said: “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” And as Bram Stoker has said, "We learn fro

Really good chocolates! Dairy free, so very handy for anyone avoiding that, they don't have to miss out on great tasting chocolates. They don't taste the same as normal "dark" chocolate, because of the coconut which makes them much creamier. Nice little cafe to sit and enjoy a cuppa when picking up your chocolates, and Bianca does chocolate workshops in the little chocolate factory on the premises too, great for those wanting to learn secrets to make your own yummy treats (And you get to take the chocolate you make home with you!) It's great to see a small business like this thriving on producing quality produce, and being recognised with awards along the way too.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Friendly service from Ric who has taken over, I don't eat wheat, so tried his gluten free cod, which was yummy! My partner was very happy with his pie & chips too! Chips are great, couldn't fault the food. And delivery is very handy!
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reviewed 4 months ago
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