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I realize all you young go-getters would work 25/8 if possible.
You know who you are. Full of fire and passion to make your startup a success, allowing the business to consume all your time and feeling invincible enough that nothing so mundane as sickness would ever hold you back.
However, heed this advice from a 20-year business veteran who has learned the hard lessons from helping teams all over the world.READ MORE
I recently had the opportunity to interview Vince Gilligan, the creator, producer, writer, sometime director and overall mastermind behind ‘Breaking Bad’ one of the greatest television series ever made. In fact, in my opinion it’s the greatest. This is what I learnt from speaking with him:READ MORE
We've all been there - the business is going in a new direction and you need to collectively think of ideas to support this, or maybe you have a client demanding a fresh approach and so a time and date are set; it's brainstorming time. You and the team sit in a room armed with pens and paper but the ideas just aren't flowing...READ MORE
In this video, innovation expert and author James O’Loghlin shares 3 key steps you can start using today and every day to turn your mind into a natural incubator and creative channel for innovative thinking.
James has written a brand new book "Innovation is a State of Mind", due for release on March 1st, which outlines a step-by-step process to identify opportunities for innovation, develop better ideas, and grow those ideas into something real.READ MORE
To respond to the ever growing demand amongst my clients, I'm launching my new book Innovation Wars, with the pre-orders starting on May 2nd. After the success of my previous book Mobile Ready, I've chosen to partner with Publishizer to build the support to produce an amazing innovation tool. You can pre-order the book here.READ MORE
In the 25 years he led his eponymous theatre company, actor and director John Bell has learned a lot about leadership. Here he shares his experience.READ MORE
If you’re looking for a frosted delicacy don’t come a knocking to Johnny’s Cupcakes. The bakery themed retail shop features t-shirts, shorts, sweaters, and undergarments for sale using a cupcake motif and a cupcake/skull design as the company’s logo. The founder of the retail shop is none other than Johnny Earle, a young musician who started selling his original designs on t- shirts out of the trunk of his car. The band player showcased his designs when on tour, granting him great exposure, before quitting to pursue the retail business full time.READ MORE