Tag Archives: Thought Leadership

Leader of the Future (Part 1) – The Visionary

When we think of the current state of leadership, we will probably all agree that leadership needs a change more than anything in our world today and I have ranted about this in previous articles. I encourage you to read Why … Continue reading

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Disruption for Change

I was recently asked to come and speak at an industry gathering … The brief was as follows: ‘Please speak about disruption so that it will cause a paradigm shift in our industry’. Why is disruption so necessary in our lives … Continue reading

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Writers Block, Coffee and other thoughts

Picasso once said that ‘Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working’. He was a thinker and often wondered about how we can remain children instead of growing up to be boring adults. Picasso also said that the chief … Continue reading

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Keep things simple; ALWAYS and my PROMISE to you.

Keep things simple; ALWAYS and communicate clearly using your own words, not the words people expect you to use! The last year has been a huge learning curve for me, I wrote two books – the one was a simple … Continue reading

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Social Content Marketing for Entrepreneurs

by Dr. Jim Barry @JimBarryJr  First published in 2015 by Business Expert Press, LLC 222 East 46th Street, New York, NY 10017 http://www.businessexpertpress.com ISBN-13: 978-1-63157-212-8 (paperback) ISBN-13: 978-1-63157-213-5 (e-book) Those of you who regularly follow my blog will know that I don’t … Continue reading

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Thought Leadership – How it works?

You may have heard the term “Thought Leadership” being used and probably wondered what is actually meant by this and why it even matters. I have often referred to this in my training courses and people generally nod their heads in agreement. Today … Continue reading

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