Podcast Ep009 – Russell Brunson – How To Orchestrate A Virtual Business Team

This is the ninth in a series of podcasts where Judy interviews people who have a track record of successful collaboration. This series is for anyone interested in the nuts and bolts of real-life collaboration, especially collaboration among creative, intelligent, free-thinking individuals who are geographically dispersed. The interviews go well beyond the obvious, as metaphor…

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How To Get A Lot Of Stuff Done Quickly

“How do you get such a lot of stuff done quickly? Have you got a clone of yourself?” That was the question from a friend which prompted me to make the YouTube video below. The truth is, I’m an imperfectionist. I get lots of stuff done because I don’t try to do it all perfectly.…

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How To Avoid A Business Divorce

My new client’s consultancy business was on the brink of collapse. It had happy customers, a full order book, and reasonable cashflow… but the two partners at the centre of the company were at daggers drawn. They were bickering constantly. Every email exchange ended in an argument. Contractors felt under pressure to take sides. Worst of all, the…

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Podcast Ep008 – Shelle Rose Charvet – How Connections Can Nourish Collaboration

This is the eighth in a series of podcasts where Judy interviews people who have a track record of successful collaboration. This series is for anyone interested in the nuts and bolts of real-life collaboration, especially collaboration among creative, intelligent, free-thinking individuals who are geographically dispersed. The interviews go well beyond the obvious, as metaphor…

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Is Teamwork History?

The current back-to-the-Seventies craze is reviving some less-than-happy memories. Certain fashions – sickly Angel Delight, finger-bruising clackers, and lurid, sweaty, itchy Crimplene, for example – should be left in the dustbin of history. It’s just obvious. But could the idea of “teamwork” in business be going the same way? I’m increasingly convinced that’s possible. I’ve now interviewed 12 people for…

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