I love the way technology can help us to do business in and from the environments we choose.
Such as at the beach.
On our regular morning walks on the beach, we see plenty of people taking their leisure, from the regular walkers and swimmers like us, to the surfers working the waves off the famed Snapper Rocks (accurately described here, in terms of crowd factor, as “insanely packed”), to the increasing number of Chinese tourists taking happy snaps. It’s a pretty relaxed scene. Usually, the only people in sight at that hour of the day who are working are local council workers cleaning up the beach, and lifeguards coming on duty.
Then the other day we saw a couple of people working, but in a style which combined doing business with enjoying the beauty of the scene at Rainbow Bay. Dave, on the right in the picture, owns the “corner shop” near the beach. Shaun (“We do business anywhere”) was, by the look of it, doing a presentation for some products.
Dave said the guys standing nearby were his directors. Look like they’ve ridden a wave or three between them!
Dave, Shaun and The Directors gave their permission for these pics and for me to use them on the web. Thanks guys.
Someone’s gotta do it!
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