So, what do you see?

‘Bob, what’s on your mind? You look puzzled.’ ‘How do you see the community of the future Charlie?’ It was a question I wasn’t prepared for although I wanted to give the answer some consideration. After all, the past few months had been a roller coaster. Until recently Bob had a steady, well-paid job inContinue reading “So, what do you see?”

Right time, right place.

Johannes (Hans) is a friend of mine. I’ve known him my entire career. We’d met during his reign as a celebrated owner of the local patisserie, Hans had one and all visiting for a weekend treat, or brunch stop. That was in my old home town of Sydney, Hans lived there for around 18 yearsContinue reading “Right time, right place.”

Your strengths, your passion

Wednesday this week we engage the conversation, it’s about you. We’re looking to the future through the path of least resistance, breaking new ground, identifying the solutions while mastering the fundamentals. What makes you happy?  What are your strengths? Join us, Weeklybiz for networking via ZOOM, 12.30 this Wednesday? Alternatively, you may wish to joinContinue reading “Your strengths, your passion”

With Eyes on the prize

We continue to keep the focus on the engagement this Wednesday 24th June, 12.30 as we follow the familiar format through introductions, support, lead and referral. Otherwise, please join us via Zoom for network connections on any Wednesday as we move through July-August.  More information may be found in the link below. Alternatively, the veryContinue reading “With Eyes on the prize”

Serendipity?

Brian D. Powell was born in York in 1932. and as a young boy, he frequently accompanied his grandfather down by the River Ouse. With Britains involvement in WW2 Brian spent many a day ‘sculling’ the (mostly) servicemen/women back and forth across the river. It was during 1944 that Brian Powell, budding artist, spent a dayContinue reading “Serendipity?”

Better together

  Bob arrived, pulled up a chair and reclined with a cup of what appeared to be hot chocolate … ‘So, what do you say, Bob? I asked.’ ~ “Getting good players is easy. Getting those good players to play together is the hard part.”  It’s so true don’t you think? A quote by CaseyContinue reading “Better together”

Cigarette saved her …

I was invited to attend a House Of Lords networking group one damp, though mild October evening. “Be there for 7pm.” I was advised by the fellow whom I was entrusted to mentor through his early networking experience. Dick was a keen networker, a little headstrong although he had at least an attitude for success.Continue reading “Cigarette saved her …”

Business? Come and meet the people.

You’ll find plenty to think over at Foxton Hall, Alnmouth on the 23rd September. Foxton is a lovely Golf Club, hosting our Weeklybiz Trade Fair, 11-4pm Tuesday morn., right after our networking group subsides … There’s plenty to come and see … FREE entry, seminars from learned people in the business of developing their personalContinue reading “Business? Come and meet the people.”

Attitude meets diversity

Without doubt professional variety plays an important part of our network. Without variety there would be a particularly dull meeting, this is why we invite our guests. The same can be said for attitude … and when the positive attitude mixes with diversity the magic of word of mouth referral has the potential to bringContinue reading “Attitude meets diversity”