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  1. Ask The World2018/10/14
    In our social, mobile, and highly-connected world, the best people to solve your problems could turn up in the most unexpected places. Don't just turn to the people you already know. There’s a whole world that’s willing to help. Reach out to them, and you tap into endless talent, skills, and expertise.
  2. There's An I In Team2018/08/07
    We’re already seeing significant changes in the nature of work, and the workplace of the future will be very different from the workplace now. If you’re leading a team or organisation in this new world of work, you will face different responsibilities and challenges than you do now. Discover the six key principles behind creating the best workplace on earth.
  3. The Right Way to Be Customer-Centric2018/07/09
    There's a lot of buzz about being more customer-centric, but most experts and advisers miss the most important element of customer-centricity. Without it, you will almost certainly be disrupted by competitors inside or outside your industry.
  4. Think Like a Futurist2018/06/04
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  5. The Future of Conferences2018/05/04
    Videoconferencing, online meetings, telepresence and other collaboration technology are gaining traction. Does that mean the in-person conference is obsolete? No – not by a long way! But its role has changed. In this webinar, Discover the top trends affecting our professional and personal lives, and how great conference organisers use them to create transformational experiences.
  6. Think Sharper2018/03/28
    Why do so many change and innovation programs fail? Even with management buy-in, a willing culture, and good ideas, too many innovation programs just don't get traction anymore. In this fast-changing world, there's one element missing from many of these programs, and it can doom them to failure.
  7. The Buzz About Bitcoin2018/02/28
    Bitcoin is currently valued at $17,057, but it's volatile and filled with hype. What IS it, and should you invest $15,662 of your hard-earned cash in buying it? Even if you don't have a spare $16,902 sitting around, take the time to understand the basics of Bitcoin and blockchain technology and know what it means for you and your business.
  8. Disrupt Yourself2017/12/24
    You’ve done everything right, played by the rules, and built a solid business, but the world has changed and everything you valued is shaken to the core. So how do you continue to be successful in a fast-changing world? In a nutshell: Disrupt yourself.
  9. How to Lead From Anywhere2017/10/02
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  10. Professional Development for Distributed Teams2017/08/08
    Members of distributed teams value and expect opportunities for professional development just as much as in-office team members. As a leader or manager, be proactive and innovative to find ways to help accelerate the experience curve for your distributed team members.
  11. Disrupted!2017/07/05
    Many industries are experiencing disruption - sometimes from inside the industry, but more often from outside. Are you going to thrive and survive in a time of disruption and change, or will you nose-dive and disappear?
  12. Align Your Business Strategy with Future Trends2017/04/10
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  13. Managing Conflict in Distributed Teams2017/02/26
    Conflicts are inevitable in any workplace, but can be particularly challenging in distributed teams, where team members don't work in the same office. As a leader, it's important to understand these differences, so you can prevent conflicts before they occur if possible, and address them promptly when they do occur.
  14. The Future of Innovation2017/02/08
    Innovation is everybody's business now, and doesn't only come from off-site retreats or an R&D department. It starts with you as a leader, extends to every member of your team, and then expands beyond your team to your customers and clients. Discover how to embrace innovation as a leader, spark ideas in your team, and encourage trusted involvement and engaged interaction.
  15. Leadership Passion2017/01/10
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  16. Step Up and Stand For Something2016/11/30
    Great leaders aren't afraid to stand for something that matters to them, even if it means being unpopular. They have a strong personal brand based on what they stand for, and built on two things: their expertise (what they know) and their network (who they know). That personal brand drives their decision-making, attracts the best followers, and makes a mark in their world.
  17. Managing External Experts2016/11/01
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  18. The Future of Work2016/10/08
    We now have so many options for doing work - and that brings more flexibility, greater access to talent, and better integration of work goals with personal goals. But this also needs a new mindset around work, for everybody in the workplace - especially leaders.
  19. Future Trends For The High-Tech Workplace2016/09/09
    We have recently seen some interesting purchases, mergers and developments from high-tech companies that will affect all workplaces. In this episode, we'll look at how they influence the future of work in general, and distributedwork in particular.
  20. Evolved Leadership2016/08/29
    Do you have to be a fear-monger to be a great leader - resorting to scare tactics and dire warnings of the future? Sally Anderson of Evolved Leadership doesn't think so! She talks about a new kind of leadership - Co-Creative Leadership - which doesn't deal with fear and narrow-minded thinking, but with abundance and unlimited potential.
  21. The Skills for the Future2016/08/07
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  22. The Workplace of the Future2016/07/19
    For the last 200 years, the office with a permanent staff has been the default work environment of the knowledge worker. But it wasn’t in the past, and it’s not necessarily the best for the future. What would the workplace look like if offices weren’t an option?
  23. The Halo Effect2016/07/06
    Your positioning in your marketplace - how your ideal customers and clients view their relationship with you - has a huge impact on your success. If you have low-level positioning, you're constantly pushing hard to get noticed and get picked. But if you're positioned as an expert, authority, or partner, the right customers and clients are magnetically attracted to you.
  24. Build Their Judgement2016/06/22
    Great leaders share their wisdom and experience with others, to build their judgement and give them greater power, responsibility and authority. This is more important than ever before, because you can't do it all yourself, and your team members have unique skills and talents.
  25. How To Innovate With Distributed Teams2016/05/30
    Innovation is everybody's business, and it's more challenging with a distributed team. However, that doesn't mean it can't happen - it just has to be designed and engineered into your work practices.
  26. Future Brain2016/05/03
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  27. Global Teams At Work2016/04/17
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  28. Unwritten Ground Rules2016/03/29
    One of the most important things you can do is build the judgement of your team members. A lot of this happens overtly, but it can be undermined by the unwritten ground rules that govern your team and organisation. Learn how to use them - if they are positive and useful - or change them - if they are not.
  29. A Day in the Life of a Future Worker2016/03/14
    The tyranny of distance is coming to an end. In a few years, teams won’t need to be in the same office. Travel will happen in driverless cars. Drones will deliver goods 24/7. Virtual reality will take us across the world instantly. What will work look like in the near future? In this episode, we walk through a typical workday of a future worker.
  30. LeaderSpeak2016/02/23
    The ability to craft and deliver compelling messages is a key leadership imperative, but many leaders struggle to be influential in a cluttered world. Rohan Dredge teaches leaders the skill of LeaderSpeak. In this episode, he shares what it takes to transform your messages to be truly influential.
  31. The Fit For the Future Blab2016/02/02
    Are you fit for the future? Join Gihan Perera, Ian Berry, Alicia Curtis and Jenny Brockis in this blab as we discuss the key principles you need as a leader to be fit for the future.
  32. China On Our Doorstep2016/01/17
    The world's power is shifting, and many commentators are calling this The Asian Century. China expert David Thomas explains why Australia is perfectly placed to take advantage of this - and why it's an imperative now.
  33. Innovation Kick Start 20162016/01/05
    I’ve got some ambitious goals for 2016, and I hope you do as well. Here are five things you should commit to do in 2016 to get your business fit for the future.
  34. The Difference That Makes a Difference2015/11/30
    Differentiation is a crucial factor for success in our fast, flat and free world. But you can't just be different from everybody else and hope to succeed - you have to be different in the right ways. In this conversation with Ian Berry, we explore change, leadership and the difference that makes a difference.
  35. The Future of Conferences2015/11/02
    With videoconferencing, online meetings, telepresence and other collaboration technology gaining traction, does that mean the in-person conference is obsolete?
  36. Leadership Peak Performance - with Julie Meek2015/10/05
    Many leaders struggle to maintain energy throughout their day, due to tight deadlines, competing priorities, and increasing demands on their time. In this episode, peak performance specialist Julie Meek provides simple and effective strategies for energy, stamina and productivity.
  37. Workplace Trends2015/09/13
    Successful leaders need to know how to lead in modern workplaces, with more flexible work arrangements, technology that boosts productivity, the mix of personal and work lives, and the growth of collaboration and networking.
  38. Servant Leadership - with Gary Ryan2015/09/02
    In 1970, Robert Greenleaf published a groundbreaking leadership essay "The Servant as Leader". Now, half a century later, his ideas still form the basis for leadership in many successful organisations. In this interview, Gary Ryan explains why this is so, and describes the 10 characteristics of a servant leader.
  39. The Officeless Office2015/08/22
    The workplace has changed - particularly in where and when we work. Whether you’re a business owner or leader in an organisation, being able to lead in an officeless office and a more dynamic workplace is an essential skill for the future.
  40. Using Conflict for Creativity and Action2015/08/01
    Conflict is inevitable in our fast-paced, diverse, global world. Many people think the solution to conflict is to resolve it, but Matt Lumsdaine believes in using conflict as a positive force and transforming it into creative and constructive activity.
  41. Creating Connected Distributed Teams2015/07/13
    Distributed teams - where everybody doesn't work together in the same office all the time - is a growing trend, and causes some interesting challenges for leaders and team members alike.
  42. Your Personal Brand - with Jane Anderson2015/07/03
    Personal branding is for everybody, and a strong personal brand has never been as important. In this interview, Jane Anderson talks about the three elements of building a powerful personal brand: clarity, communication, and control.
  43. Building a Better Business2015/06/15
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  44. Using Your Brain for A Change2015/06/01
    In an uncertain and ambiguous world, the leaders who have a flexible thinking style and growth mindset will succeed and bring out the best in their people. Jenny Brockis explains how to make the most of your grey matter to thrive, not just survive.
  45. Why Are Organisations Still Avoiding Telecommuting?2015/05/14
    Telecommuting and other Out of Office work continue to grow in popularity (51% of employed Australians are telecommuters, according to ACMA), but there’s still some resistance in some organisations. We address some of the most common objections here.
  46. The Networked Organisation2015/05/01
    Traditionally, an organisation has been driven by two hierarchies – the management hierarchy (a.k.a. organisation chart) and customer hierarchy (a.k.a. sales funnel). But that’s not enough anymore. In our connected world, we need the networked organisation, as Ken and Peter Everett explain in this episode.
  47. Five Myths of Leading a Distributed Team2015/04/14
    Telecommuting and distributed teams are growing fast. If you’re a leader or manager, it’s likely that you are – or will be – leading a distributed team. That means some or all of your team members aren’t in the office all the time. So what’s different about leading distributed teams?
  48. CQ: Cultural Intelligence2015/04/03
    In our diverse, disperse and distributed world, organisations and teams are increasingly composed of people with differences - ethnic, generational, gender, and others. In this interview, cultural intelligence expert Trisha Carter talks about how to recognise, manage and embrace those differences to create more innovative teams.
  49. Remarkable Leadership2015/03/15
    For decades, long before social media and the rise of the individual, Ian Berry has been promoting the idea that the key role of leaders is to identify and develop the gifts and talents of their people. In this interview, we discuss why this is more important than ever, how it leads to measurable business results, and what leaders need to do to get started.
  50. Leadership Wisdom - with Gary Pittard2015/03/02
    Leading a business has become more complex than ever, because of increasingly savvy customers, highly motivated but demanding team members, and a need to remain competitive in a fast-moving world. In this interview, Gary Pittard shares his wisdom from decades of experience leading teams and coaching leaders.
  51. MOOCs and Online Learning2015/02/16
    MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) have had their share of publicity - both good and bad. How can you use them as part of your organisation's training programs?
  52. Blended Learning2015/02/02
    The corporate training course is not dead (nor should it be), but smart organisations are enhancing it with blended learning. In this conversation with Phil Gott, we discuss how to use blended learning for more powerful growth and development of your team and organisation.
  53. Smart Thinking2015/01/06
    In a fast-paced, chaotic world, we need new ways of thinking, not just better ways of doing. Join me as I talk to The Ideas Architect Geoff McDonald about how to have better ideas, embed learning, and create a compelling vision for your organisation's future.
  54. 9 Things Successful People Do Differently2014/12/02
    Traditional goal setting doesn't work anymore in our fast, flat and free world. Instead, use this system to design - and achieve - compelling goals in 2015.
  55. Leveraging Content2014/11/01
    One of the challenges of content marketing is having to keep creating and publishing new content. But you don’t have to always do that. It can be just as effective to convert one idea into multiple content marketing pieces.
  56. The Leader's Way2014/09/30
    Both leadership and management are vital skills in today’s organisations. The best organisations are full of talented, bright, motivated people – who want leaders who inspire them and managers who empower them.
  57. The Go To Guide for Online Collaboration2014/08/31
    Online collaboration is a hot topic, and the Internet has made it both easier and harder. In this episode, we'll look at the principles and tools of online collaboration, so you can do it more efficiently and effectively.
  58. Ideas With Legs2014/07/31
    Innovation is an employee engagement strategy. Learn how to harness the innovation in your people to develop and future proof your organisation.
  59. Web Site Success2014/07/01
    Web sites might seem like such old technology, now that we have blogging, YouTube, social media, mobile apps, and so on. But that makes your Web site even more important than ever before. Even if people find you somewhere else, they will come to your Web site before deciding to do business with you.
  60. Inbound Marketing2014/06/04
    This month, we look at inbound marketing, and how to combine social media and e-mail to create a powerful online marketing funnel.
  61. Leading Change2014/04/01
    On Expert Gold radio this month, I'm interviewed by survival, change and adaptability expert Mike House about how the Internet has changed the way we work, lead, and live our lives.
  62. Creating the Best Workplace Culture on Earth2014/03/04
    On Expert Gold Radio this month, we look at what it takes to create the best workplace on Earth, drawing on inspiration from the Harvard Business Review and Corporate Anthropologist Michael Henderson.
  63. Members Only2014/01/31
    In this episode of Expert Gold Radio, we look at trends and tribes (or goal setting and membership sites). We suggest 8 goals for your workplace, look at 7 technology trends for business owners and marketers, and explain the 5 types of members of your tribe.
  64. Folding Time2014/01/06
    In this episode of Expert Gold Radio, we start 2014 with a look at productivity, telecommuting trends, and how to avoid the most common mistakes of running a paid membership site.
  65. Happy, Healthy, Productive and Profitable2013/12/02
    In this episode of Expert Gold Radio, we look ahead to 2014. David Beard shows us how to be fit and healthy in a fast-paced world, then we look at how to be productive and effective when working "out of office", and finish with nine things successful people do differently.
  66. Expert Gold Radio - Making Things Happen2013/11/01
    In this episode, we focus on getting things done and making things happen. Interview with Tony Fountain, segment from Eagle Waves Radio, and Chris Pudney on how to get focussed.
  67. Enterprising Thought Leadership2013/09/30
    In this month's episode, we look at thought leadership in large organisation, BYOD and online courses.
  68. Expert Gold Radio - Intentionomics2013/09/01
    How do your intentions affect your personal and professional success, and that of the people around you? This month, we look at the principles of Intentionomics, as well as 25 tips for Out of Office workers.
  69. Mentoring Works2013/07/31
    This month we talk about blogging, mentoring, and getting other people to do your work! Featuring an expert interview with Australia's leading consultant on mentoring in the workplace, Ann Rolfe.
  70. What Works2013/07/01
    Ross Clennett talks about the changing world of work, employment, and the search for talent. Chris Pudney then interviews Gihan about outsourcing - pros, cons, and how to do it effectively.
  71. Selling in the Internet Age2013/06/02
    The Internet has changed the way we buy - which means all businesses need to change the way they sell.
  72. Content Marketing Made Easy2013/05/01
    In this episode, we look at content marketing in detail; and also talk about telecommuting in your organisation.
  73. The Technology Leadership Challenge2013/03/31
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  74. Expert Gold Radio - February 20132013/01/31
    In this episode, we share some practical steps for identifying and building your personal brand; and then e-mail productivity expert Steuart Snooks shows us how writing better e-mail can reduce our information overload.
  75. Expert Gold Radio - January 20132013/01/02
    Join brand expert Michael Neaylon talking about personal branding, and we also look at eight trends and predictions for Out of Office work in 2013.
  76. Expert Gold Radio - December 20122012/12/03
    In this episode, guest Rachel Staggs talks about online marketing - and how to position yourself as an authority using social media.
  77. Expert Gold Radio - November 20122012/10/31
    In this episode, we look at the importance of positioning: How to be seen as an authority in your field, so you can attract business easily and effortlessly.
  78. Expert Gold Radio - October 20122012/09/30
    In this episode, we look at the publishing revolution, with an interview with Dan Poynter and a discussion about writing a book collaboratively.
  79. Expert Gold Radio - September 20122012/08/31
    In this episode, we look at how to use LinkedIn effectively, and we also look at changes in technology that make it easier to work "out of office".
  80. Expert Gold Radio - August 20122012/08/01
    Speakership, becoming a million dollar expert, and how the Internet has changed your business.
  81. Expert Gold Radio Show - July 20122012/07/01
    Webinars, online courses and the state of the professional speaking industry around the world - all in this month's episode.
  82. Expert Gold Radio Show April 20122012/04/02
    This month, we’ll be talking about writing and publishing high-quality content – both for positioning yourself as an authority and selling it (in the form of e-books).
  83. Expert Gold Radio - March 20122012/03/01
    Building your on-line reputation and authority
  84. Expert Gold Radio - February 20122012/01/31
    Internet marketing trends for 2012, Out of Office trends for 2012, e-learning programs
  85. Expert Gold Radio - January 20122012/01/16
    Goal setting that works, running your business like a boutique business, your very first webinar, and e-mail productivity.
  86. Webinar Smarts - with Marcia Yudkin2011/12/06
    In this interview, we talk about webinars - how to do them well, how to get started, what technology to use, and how to keep your audience engaged.
  87. Social Media Forum November 20112011/11/23
    Topics included: broadcasting blog posts to social media, LinkedIn paid vs free, Slideshare and Google+
  88. Out of Office2011/11/17
    Using the Internet for creating more convenience, comfort and freedom in your work life.
  89. Social Media Forum October 20112011/10/26
  90. How to Become a Trusted Authority2011/10/13
    I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Andrew O'Brien, Steve Major and Trevor Dixon on their program Trusted Authority Live, where we spoke about how to position yourself on-line as a trusted authority.
  91. Social Media Forum September 20112011/09/28
  92. What Google Wants You To Do On Your Web Site2011/09/21
    Google does NOT care about the keywords META tag. But it does care about 23 other things on your Web site.
  93. Gurus Don't Need Business Cards2011/09/06
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  94. Social Media Forum August 20112011/08/31
    Join our monthly discussion group, where we talk about Google+, blogging, article marketing and other social media topics.
  95. The Real Reason Every Thought Leader Needs to Use Google+2011/08/18
    Google+ continues to grow, and one report suggests it will be bigger than LinkedIn and Twitter within 12 months. It's natural to compare it with Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, but that's not where its real power lies. Here's the big reason every Thought Leader needs to use Google+: It helps build your authority.
  96. Social Media Forum July 20112011/07/27
  97. Get Your Content on the Internet Quickly and Easily2011/07/21
    Some marketers know how to write good content, but then make the mistake of not doing enough with it. Every article you write has the potential to do so much more for you in building your on-line reputation, establishing your credibility and bringing qualified traffic to your Web site.
  98. Social Media Forum June 20112011/07/09
    The monthly Social Media Forum discussion group - with lots of discussion about Facebook pages.
  99. Stop Working So Hard2011/06/28
    One of the biggest problems business owners face is that they try to do too much themselves. Instead of focusing on what they do best, they get caught up in the itsy bitsy things in their business. If you've ever fallen into this trap, there's light at the end of the tunnel.
  100. 21 Ways to Promote Your Blog2011/06/15
    Your blog is a Web site, so you can promote it in the same way you promote any other Web site - and there are some other neat tricks as well.
  101. Navigate the Internet Marketing Map2011/06/03
    Despite what a lot of people say, social media isn't the be-all and end-all of your on-line presence, especially for infopreneurs.
  102. Promoting Your Products and Services the Right Way2011/05/18
    Every Web site is different, of course, but there’s a common structure that underlies every successful Web site.
  103. Go, Gerry Harvey, Go!2011/05/08
    I've been critical in the past of Gerry Harvey's complaints about on-line business cutting into his profits. But I'm equally admiring of him now for his new foray into the on-line world.
  104. Books in the 21st Century2011/04/12
    The Internet has changed the way we buy and read books. If anything, there's been a resurgence in reading, because of increased availability to printed books, and new formats like e-books and audio books.
  105. Borders Goes Broke: Are You Next?2011/03/29
    A high-profile chain of book stores in Australia and New Zealand recently went broke, partly due to financial mismanagement but also undoubtedly partly due to the Internet. Is your business also under threat?
  106. Facebook's Compelling Business Proposition2011/03/10
    Today Facebook rolled out its biggest and most significant changes ever for businesses. If you're not currently using Facebook in your business, you really should!
  107. Facebook's Compelling Business Proposition2011/03/10
    Today Facebook rolled out its biggest and most significant changes ever for businesses. If you're not currently using Facebook in your business, you really should!
  108. Be an Expert Adviser, Not a Pushy Salesperson2011/02/23
    The one thing that sets you apart from others is your expertise. Be so good they can't ignore you!
  109. Writing Makes a Comeback2011/02/10
    There’s no doubt video has been the hot on-line medium for the past few years. But we're now seeing a resurgence of (gasp!) the written word.
  110. Social Media Gets Their Attention; Your Web Site Gets The Sa2011/01/28
    After all the fuss with Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms over the last couple of years, it's interesting to see that the humble Web site is making a comeback. Why? Because business owners realise their Web site is their most powerful lead conversion tool.
  111. What Do You Really, Really, Really Want?2011/01/13
  112. What Is Your Business Strategy For 2011?2010/12/31
  113. 5 Ways to Use a Free E-Book or Special Report2010/12/07
  114. Head in the Cloud, Feet on the Ground2010/11/29
  115. Are You Showing Off Enough?2010/11/20
  116. How The Social Web has Changed Marketing2010/11/11
  117. Get Your Content on the Internet Quickly and Easily2010/10/27
  118. There's More Than One Way to Make Money from Webinars2010/10/15
  119. Where Are You In Your Client's Buying Cycle?2010/09/28
  120. The Top Five Ways to Get High-Quality Incoming Leads2010/09/17
  121. Treat Your Business as a Boutique Experience2010/09/01
  122. Help Them Buy Without Being Pushy2010/08/20
  123. Social Media Forum - July 20102010/08/06
  124. 5 Easy Ways to Add E-Learning to Your Business2010/07/15
  125. An Important Business Lesson from Amazon.com2010/07/01
  126. If In Doubt, Do Something - Anything!2010/06/13
  127. Six Power Tactics to Tap Into YouTube2010/05/27
  128. The Three Core Components of Your On-Line Presence2010/05/13
  129. Seven Tips for More Engaging Webinars2010/04/29
  130. On-line Success is a Process, Not An Event2010/04/17
  131. Don't Try to Reach Everybody2010/04/04
  132. One Web Site Or Two?2010/03/28
  133. Why Your Web Site Visitors Aren't Buying2010/03/18
  134. The Web Marketing Pipeline2010/03/05
  135. Get Control Of Your Web Site2010/02/24
  136. Ask the real marketing experts2010/02/07
  137. Make Better Conference Calls2010/01/23
  138. The Hedonist's Guide to Goal Setting2010/01/07
  139. My Top Ten Web Sites of 20092009/12/24
  140. Top Ten Online Trends for 20102009/12/06
  141. Professional Speakers - Fast Becoming an Endangered Species2009/11/19
  142. Collaborate - It's the Path to Success2009/11/05
  143. Internet Users Have High Expectations2009/10/24
  144. Are You Just Presenting or Truly Engaging?2009/10/08
  145. The Value of Mentoring2009/09/25
  146. Seven Fatal Mistakes With Adding E-Learning To Your Business2009/09/12
  147. The World is Flat - Three Threats and an Opportunity2009/08/30
  148. You've Lost That Loving Feeling2009/08/27
  149. Internet Marketing In Two Words2009/08/20
  150. Buy While It's On Sale2009/07/24
  151. Sometimes It's Just About The Wedding Dress2009/07/05
  152. Are You a Brain Surgeon or a Plastic Surgeon?2009/06/21
  153. Why Aren't You Making More Conference Calls?2009/06/10
  154. They Don't Just Sit There; They Do Something2009/05/15
  155. Be the Centre of Your Tribe2009/05/01
  156. How Will You Sell Differently Now?2009/04/17
  157. How Good Is Your Second Serve?2009/04/03
  158. Let's All Participate in This Financial Crisis2009/03/20
  159. A Cure For Which There's No Known Disease2009/03/06
  160. Some Habits are Worth Forming2009/02/20
  161. The Year of Getting Things Done2009/02/06
  162. Momentum Moves Mountains2009/01/24
  163. The World Doesn't Need Another Bad Book2009/01/10
  164. A Man, A Plan, A Canal ... Suez2008/12/27
  165. The Quick Start Guide to Blogging2008/12/13
  166. Will You Thrive, Survive or Nose-Dive in This Tough Economy?2008/11/29
  167. A Matter of Convenience2008/10/31
  168. Copy It Right2008/10/17
  169. Ten Ideas for Writing E-Books Fast2008/10/03
  170. What Are YOU Worth?2008/09/19
  171. Tell The World2008/09/05
  172. Don't Become a Digital Dinosaur2008/08/22
  173. Spin One Idea Into Dozens of Products2008/08/08
  174. Are You Making This Big Internet Marketing Mistake?2008/07/25
  175. How Many Newsletter Subscribers Are You Losing Every Week?2008/07/11
  176. What is the Ideal Length for a Teleseminar?2008/06/27
  177. A Lesson from the Golden Age of Cinema2008/06/13
  178. A Man, A Plan, A Canal ... Suez2008/05/30
  179. One Great Idea or One Trick Pony?2008/05/16
  180. How to Negotiate The Best Speaking Fee Every Time2008/05/02
  181. What to Put In Your Membership Site2008/04/11
  182. Membership Has Its Benefits2008/04/05
  183. The Day I Visited Every Web Site in the World2008/03/21
  184. The Top Ten Internet Tools for Experts for 20082008/02/29
  185. Why Seth Godin is Wrong About Podcasting2008/02/22
  186. Internet Marketing in a Web 2.0 World2008/02/15
  187. Who Else Do Your Customers Need?2008/02/08
  188. Optimism Sucks!2008/02/01
  189. Nobody's Perfect2008/01/25
  190. Spin!2008/01/18
  191. Sell Umbrellas When It's Raining2008/01/11
  192. Give Value, Get Traffic2008/01/04
  193. Traction, Action, Satisfaction2007/12/28
  194. Selling is Telling2007/12/22
  195. Stop Working So Hard2007/11/30
  196. Walk Your Talk2007/11/24
  197. Better Than Free E-Books2007/11/17
  198. Affiliate Programs - Three Key Principles2007/11/10
  199. Step Into The Expert's Role2007/11/03
  200. Ask And You Shall Perceive2007/10/27
  201. Expect More E-Book2007/10/20
  202. It's About The Community, Stupid!2007/10/13
  203. Get Over It!2007/10/06
  204. One Red Paperclip, by Kyle Macdonald2007/09/27
  205. Reach New Markets2007/09/20
  206. Friends, Neighbours and Strangers2007/09/14
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Fit For the Future
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As a business leader, thought leader, or business owner, you know the world of leadership has changed. Your organisation or business is changing fast, your team members expect more from you, and you’re expected to build your own personal brand as a leader. The Fit For the Future Podcast helps you navigate this fast-changing world by bringing you ideas, information, and insights for leveraging your leadership and being fit for the future.

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