Maybe it’s because I’m what would be regarded as a ‘power user’ – but I find calendars on my phone and online with Google very, very useful. What is a seemingly simple tool is enabled and ready to make magical things happen. A discussion that I raised with one of my BBM groups today was [...]Read the rest of this entry »
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This last couple of years haven’t been the best for Research in Motion. No matter what they do, they seem to be attracting derision from all sides and seem unable to turn around the perception that they are a failing company in the eyes of US media. With the mis-fired launch of the PlayBook [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Now I’ve had access to the branding materials I wanted to share my thoughts about the Toastmasters branding and what it means to clubs like Ambassadors Speakers Club. First of all, the branding overhaul was very much needed in my opinion. I think that consistency is a key factor is showing Toastmasters as a unified [...]Read the rest of this entry »
I was out shopping the other day and I did something that I’ve done many times when I’ve driven into Asda: I drove around to the parent and child parking spaces. Then I drove out of the car park and went to Sainsbury’s instead. So what just happened? A simple thing, really. I wanted a [...]Read the rest of this entry »
It’s time to stop chasing customers, and let customers start chasing you.
By using the power of a business network or cooperative, I look at how there is incredible potential for you to make potential customers come to you for help when they need it, no matter what it is they need.Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve just been reading John Young’s post on his forum about paying for gigs where you live:John Young Message Board – New ways…… It strikes me as an odd idea where you pledge an amount of money and once there’s enough money pledged, then it’s likely a gig will be arranged. I suppose this explains [...]Read the rest of this entry »