Archives for September 2009

How a Chocolate Bouquet Made My Night

A very tasty lesson in how to be remarkable Last night, as a panelist at the Networx Marketing Meeting in Brisbane, Australia, I received a delightful – and tasty – gift. At the end of the discussion session each of the panelists was presented with a bouquet. When I saw the bouquets being brought up […]

Five Rules for Basic Etiquette in Cancelling an Appointment

If you must cancel an appointment, do it with style How do you feel when you are all set up for an appointment and then you are told at the last minute that the other person is not going to make it? Annoyed? Probably not as annoyed as when it’s a no-show. But if you […]

Wrapping Up the Big Biller Project

Last few remaining copies of Big Biller at a special close-out price When my friend and colleague Bill Vick invited me, back in 2006, to collaborate with him on a book about recruiting’s “big billers”, I was intrigued.  The idea was that Bill would interview a range of top producers in the recruitment industry and […]

Dual Screen Video as Promo for Upcoming Workshops

I’ve been on a new learning curve over the past several days, having said blithely to some colleagues that a recorded Skype video would be forthcoming. Sooner said than done. The video was needed to help promote the one day Social Media Roadmap workshops I’m presenting next week and the week after, in Brisbane (Sept […]

Valuable Resource on Working at Home: Review

The video embedded in this post is a review of the book Undress for Success, subtitled “The Naked Truth About Making Money at Home”, authors Kate Lister and Tom Harnish, published by Wiley. I included some information and positive comments about the book in  a post here some months ago. At the time I fully intended […]