In our increasingly online world, where people communicate using 140-character tweets and Instagram photos, the humble book is still one of the best ways to show your authority as an expert. In fact, it’s become even more powerful
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Most speakers, trainers, and other thought leaders tell me they know the importance of blogging regularly, but most of them don’t do it!
Some people tell me they don’t have the time. Others say they don’t have enough new material
I recently attended the Next Big Thing Summit in Melbourne, featuring a showcase of innovation and technology. One of the cool things I did was to get a 3-D map of my face, from Mark Ruff at 3dbodyscan.com.au.
He had a small booth set up at the
We keep hearing stories about the generational shift in the workplace, with more Gen Y’s (Millennials) moving into leadership positions. That’s true in the world of conferences as well. If you’re a conference organiser, sponsor
My partner Nikki’s daughter, Abbey, is just starting Year 12 at school this week. I help her with her Maths and Chemistry study, and she’s a hard-working, disciplined and very competent student. In short, a pleasure to teach.
To help her
Summer in Australia is a great time for live sporting events, and over the Christmas break, I went to see a Twenty20 cricket game and a Hopman Cup tennis match.
Both of these events are the “lite” form of the game. Twenty20 cricket
It’s that time of the year when every expert is making predictions about 2016. As a futurist, I’m doing the same – and you can see my glimpes into the future in my Future Proof webinar series.
But some of those predictions seem
If you know any children 10 years old or younger, there’s a good chance they will never get a driver’s licence. Why? Because in 10 years from now, we will probably all have driverless cars. It will probably be illegal to drive on
When you attend a conference, do you make lots of notes to take action later – but most of them don’t get done?
Or do you read a great business book and intend to put some of the ideas into action – but never find the time to
I was speaking with one of my corporate clients recently about changes in her industry. As the CEO of an insurance company, she’s been asked by her board to identify “game changers” (their phrase) in the insurance industry, so