4 signs you’re not communicating, SFO bound, a true business hero | This week in Predictable Success
So I’m delighted to announce a new appointment – say hello to Alfie (that’s him at right, being supervised by Maxie from the CAO chair).
Like Max, Alfie is a little handicapped by the absence of opposable thumbs, so we’re having a bit of a problem getting him competent on email and texting. His core skills at present involve sleeping and chasing car lights along the ceiling.
Below the fold – a special offer for those of you on the left coast, a chance to meet a genuine hero of mine, and three great resources.
Be a San Francisco early bird and save $150.
The Predictable Success Workshop is on its way to the beautiful city of San Francisco – we’ll be there on Thursday September 6th.
Meet a true business hero: David Hieatt.
I have very few true business heros – but one person who is – and who I’m privileged to know as a friend – is David Hieatt, founder of the Do Lectures.
New York Times Small Business Summit
I’ll be in New York on June 25th to take part (twice) on a panel at the NYT Small Business Summit…
…they’ve also given me this code which will reduce your registration by 50%: SPKR12. Just pop it in the registration page and you pay just half the regular admittance.
See you there? If you’re coming, let me know.
4 Signs You’re Not Actually Communicating
Over at INC., this week’s column hit the front page and stayed there for three days – pretty cool, huh?
Although the editor gave it the title ‘4 Signs You’re a Terrible Communicator‘, it’s in fact about the four ways highly Visionary leaders let their eloquence get in the way of actually communicating.
Take a look and see if you’re guilty of any of them.
Mickey Smith – Do Trust What You Love
In my interview with David Hieatt (above), you’ll hear us talk quite a bit about the Do Lectures.
I was in the audience when Mickey gave this presentation, and it haunted me (in the best way) for months afterward. (My American friends may feel they need subtitles at first – Mickey has a thick English accent – but you’ll pick up his lilt very quickly.)