Category Archives: Business Consultant

Traffic Jams, Telecommuting and Real Estate

Who likes traffic jams? If you do let me know on Twitter. I’m @BluesBro, I’m assuming you work for an oil company or are selling hybrid or electric cars. I was reading an article from Qaultrics yesterday about why Utah … Continue reading

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Working From Home AND 7 tips to make it work.

This morning I read a great article by Stuart Crawford of Inkbot Design called 12 Tips for Increasing Productivity When Working from Home. It got me thinking about lessons I had learned from my own experience and thought I’d share some … Continue reading

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Social Location-Based Chatter is a Goldmine

I was listening to the latest Convince and Convert podcast with Carlos Garcia  from HYP3R this morning, which resonated with my passion for loyalty and location based services. This is one of my current favorite podcasts and always has some gems. … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Countdown on their new Proximity Based Marketing App

For a number of years I’ve been prodding retailers to take advantage of location services on people’s smartphones with several blogs including some looking at the grocery industry. I was disappointed when they dropped their old app, but delighted to … Continue reading

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An Opportunity for Aucklanders to Improve their Communications Skills

It seems to me that whenever there is a problem, whether it is family or friends, work, community or at a global level, a lot of it is to do with communication and mostly misunderstandings that are easily fixed. Of … Continue reading

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Telecommuting produces gains in productivity

A month or so ago on a Friday, the starter motor on my car decided to stop working. I ended up having to have a tow truck pick it up and take it to the garage where they had to … Continue reading

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Sometimes I think I should become a proof-reader. Whatever happened to editors?

I see it everywhere and it drives me nuts. Whether it’s printed or digital newspapers, books by top authors, articles, or in this header from FOX. News services stand out the most because you expect good spelling and grammar from … Continue reading

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