What I blog and tweet about (and why), and what I don’t.
Coaching can be a powerful tool and this post examines 3 ways in which we can coach ourselves.
Return on Investment (ROI) is a debate that seems to crop up in every discipline where some act of faith is required to make an investment for an uncertain return and it is a current hot topic in Social Media.
Some thoughts from the Manchester Social Media Surgery on using Social Media for Events – to both publicise the event and to capture the experience and share it with others.
When I hear that an idea has been shelved, I (mistakenly) assume that it means that the idea has been killed and will never see the light of day, but a recent lecture by Jack Dorsey (co-founder of Twitter & Square) makes a very clear case for shelving ideas.
I’m very fortunate in that I really love the work that I do and this blog post attempts to capture the most significant steps in me getting here, in the hope that it might help people who aren’t yet loving what they do.
It took me a while to get my head around social media and to start to use it effectively. This article provides four simple questions that helped me coach myself to using social media effectively.
There are so many distractions around that it feels easier than ever before to procrastinate. Here are 3 strategies to apply if you’re not making progress on something that you should be.
Are reorganisations worth the effort and how can changing constantly help us to avoid constant change?
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