It is the end of another exhausting year and it is tempting to just let things go until you go on leave, but finishing the year on a strong note will pay dividends, says Georgina Barrick, the MD of Cassel & Co.

"Because sustaining and building momentum now is the smart way to end the year off with a sense of achievement and enter 2020 from a position of strength." She has the following advice:..

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