Tag Archives: linked in

Sharing stuff

I won’t be the first to remark on the polarisation of the business community between those who see the internet as a threat to their intellectual property (grounded) and those who regard collaboration as a means of creating a better world for … Continue reading

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Mittens- that wd stop em lootin

 “More than 90,000 people have signed an online petition calling for anyone convicted of taking part in the riots to lose benefits they get” Thomas Hardy wrote a book of poems entitled “life’s little ironies”. He’d have seen the humour in … Continue reading

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Paul Bradshaw – champagne please!

Paul Bradshaw – the man behind Skandia and latterly Nucleus, Annuity Direct and a number of similar advisory ventures is a canny man-   it was not for nothing that he offered a bottle of champagne to anyone who could truly claim to offer independent … Continue reading

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Hey- You – Get onto the cloud

If you’ve been reading last week’s blogs you may have spotted a plan developing. I’m certain that collective DC is the way forward for all but a small minority of us who will be drawing on funded pensions. I’m certain … Continue reading

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A case study in the best (and worst) of Linkedin.

Linked in attracts the best and worst of human behaviours- here are both!!! Continue reading

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Linkedin

I am actively looking for partners who can help me maximise the value of my networks and would greatly appreciate any assistance from readers of this blog on steps I can take to achieve my goals.
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Linked in- a powerful force for good (or bad)

Linked-in is only a platform and a portal. As a platform it connects disparate people and can be a powerful means to enable good decision making. As a portal it offers opportunities for its users to find information, compare experiences and most importantly create face to face relationships , the nuances of which Linked-in can never capture. It is a means to an end but not an end in itself.

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