Stepping Out Blog

How To Stop Being Shy (And Meet New People)


Being shy and trying to meet new people can be really intimidating sometimes. You begin to feel uncomfortable, you constantly feel stuck for words, and you just want to hide in a corner away from everyone.

But meeting new people is something that we should all do more. It helps build confidence, it helps you find work, move forward in your career, learn, and more.

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5 Essential Ingredients You Need to Write a Good CV


When it comes to making a good CV, the important thing to remember is that you have keep it short, sweet, and well laid out.

To give you a good idea what makes a good-looking CV, this article aims to explain the six essential ingredients that you need. Here they all are.

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The Importance of Liking Yourself


Here’s a big question for you – do you like yourself?

Believe it or not, this really is a big question that you have to ask yourself. What I am aim to do in this article to explain why it is important to like yourself and what the consequences are of not liking yourself.

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How to Choose a Career Path That You Love (in 5 Easy Steps)


Choosing the right career path can be difficult, especially when you have no idea what you want to do. And when you are young, the daunting task of trying to plan ahead can even seem a little scary at times.

But one thing that you have to remember is that once you start working, you will be spending a majority of your time doing your job. And if you don’t like what you do for a living, then the likelihood is, you are on the wrong career path.

But never fear, there are a number of steps that you can take which will help you decide which career path is right for you.

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How to Look after a Person with Dementia: An Overview

Dementia is on the rise in the UK. In fact, Research has shown that around 800,000 people live with dementia in the UK. with a 40% spike expected within 15 years. So, how do you look after a person with Dementia?

Dementia is an illness that can affect people in different ways, or with different combinations of symptoms, these include a person’s memory, reasoning and ability to communicate.

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