After being without sleep for almost 30 hrs, it was almost surreal to enter the “Masterpieces From Paris” exhibition. Waiting In The Rain I picked up my headset for the recorded commentary just before I entered the first room.…Continue
The Name Of The Game With the direct intention of building business relationships, men have developed more close networking groups, through business and sport, than has…Continue
Added by Lesley Dewar on May 27, 2010 at 15:30 — No Comments
A palindrome reads the same backwards as forward. This video reads the exact opposite backwards as forward. Not only…Continue
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This first Guest Post is the beginning of a number of posts (added as comments), by Karen Oman, whose writing I much admire. She continues to inspire and encourage me, through personal adversity and I commend her story to you. Please follow her on Twitter at @karenoman…Continue
Networking groups abound in every industry and profession, to fulfill the needs of the networker: fellowship; business referrals; special interests; professional associates; community service and more. Because of the varied nature of networking, it is a mistake to limit your network…Continue
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Since my last blog post on this topic, I :
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The collapse of the Dow Jones Index on Friday 7th May, 2010 will become a "case study" for financial gurus for years to come.
Quoting from the article in the Huffington Post, I noted this: "Among the hardest hit: Procter & Gamble and 3M, among the highest priced of the 30 stocks in the Dow industrials average. Their big drops took the Dow down sharply because it only measures price, not…Continue
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Converting an 800 word magazine article into a fully illustrated, 1500 word Story My Nana Tells, complete with questions, has been a very interesting exercise and gives me a real feel for the joy of writing a substantial piece.
The story we have chosen for the first edition of Stories My Nana Tells is "The Fig Tree". This story has been part of The Idler section on my wordpress blog for over three years and gets a steady readership of…Continue