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Tweet Meet Milo…the virtual human that reacts to a person’s emotions, body movements and voice. (Please watch the video.) Designed to be used with Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Kinect – its a new revolution in story telling says its creator Peter Molyneux.  “His mind is in the cloud. As millions of people use it Milo will […]

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Tweet Gosh thats not easy to say! Brilliant new app( big nod to Geek in Disguise). This will save you time, effort, money and probably help world peace. Well maybe not the world peace bit but I have been doing a bit of pruning lately of who I am connected to in my social networks. […]

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Tweet I did say after I had posted the interview with Chris that I would also pass on some of the things that I learned from listening to him at his ‘unconference’ at Doncaster College. He was very clear that to maximise one’s own impact and image that it is always best to promote others […]

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Tweet For those of you who know me, you will know one part of my portfolio is as a communications/pitch coach. I am passionate about 1.The Message 2. Visual Design and 3. Delivery. I had the great privilege last night of listening to and meeting with one of the world’s top presentation coaches and speakers, […]

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Tweet Chris Brogan has a good take on the Brand You we talk about in the book.

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Tweet Career Paralysis: 5 Reasons Why Our Brains Struggle With Career Decisions (And How Psychology Can Help) We talk a great deal in our book on the changing nature of careers so I was delighted to come across this fascinating slide show from Rob Archer from Bloom Psychology.

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Tweet “the ability to blend what we do for a living “. I love that line. Different from balance – BLEND is alot more fluid and can be scaled up or down depending on your circumstances and needs. Having done a couple of newspaper interviews recently, I think we need to get away from the idea of a […]

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Tweet Denise Kingsmill writes in Management Today about Suite Careers. She says: They are representatives of a new class of worker with no fixed office abode, moving from meeting to meeting via the coffee shop. From accountants to ad people, from music and media types to engineers and academics, these are citizens who have opted […]

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Tweet Dan Pink in a recent TED talk refers to taking a Sagmeister. This is an expression taken from the inspirational designers own recent TED talk in which he says that he takes a year of his retirement NOW. Every 7 years he takes a year out. Returning from a sabbatical in Indonesia back in […]

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Tweet The annual study from Robert Half International and CareerBuilder provides a preview of what they see as the post recession scenario for jobs. In the next 12 months, more than half of employers polled plan to hire full-time employees, four in 10 will hire contract, temporary or project workers, and four in 10 will […]

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