Archive Monthly Archives: October 2011

Small acts with a long reach

Recently I read an article about a couple from Cambridgeshire in the UK who won £108M on the national lottery and drew up a list of the 20 people that had helped them the most throughout their lives to turn into instant millionaires by way of a thank you. It got me thinking – out […]

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To pop or not to pop, that is the question

We want your email addresses – we want to send you a series of carefully crafted marketing messages that will gently pervade your psyche and convince you that our product or service is the answer to a specific need. Sign-ups and subscriptions are the staple of the online marketer and the lengths that some marketers […]

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What are you going to do today?

If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always had. In his latest book, Poke the Box, Seth Godin highlights the error of associating risk with failure, he defines anxiety as experiencing failure before it’s happened and encourages us to start something. What are you going to start today to […]

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