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The Illusion of Communication

George Bernard Shaw said ‘The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place’. This same quote was used by Tim Fargo in his foreword to my book ‘Mug and Tweet’ and has been used by communicators … Continue reading

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You don’t need a title to be a Leader

A true leader doesn’t need an ego-boosting title to affirm his ability to lead. Their approach is not to control others but to serve them — always giving and expecting nothing in return, even when it means foregoing their own … Continue reading

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Simple Communication

You need to get your information or idea over quickly and effectively so that you can get the results you are looking for. Here are some tips: Present the big idea right up front and then prove the idea with … Continue reading

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School Uniforms and Suits

I know that school uniforms make life easier and are practical for most people. However I would like you to consider the possibility; that the rules that go with wearing a school uniform, have negatively impacted on the reality of … Continue reading

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#TWOG : Relationships

You may be wondering what a TWOG is?  *Blogs – usually 350 to 500 words long – are evolving into 140-word ‘twogs’ — a pun on Twitter’s 140 character messaging. If your intention in any relationship is centred only around … Continue reading

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My Top 12 Social Media Quotes

Social Media is not for the select few, everyone is expected to be proficient in communicating via the various Social Media platforms, but it is vital to remember to be authentic and play to your strengths. #SocialMedia is not just … Continue reading

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