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Guidance on presentation delivery

presentation building

Presentations presentation delivery are one of the big differentiators between doing a job and doing a great job. I often see bloggers talk about presentation delivery tips – i.e. the end point of delivery – which, granted, has a lot to do with how and what the audience takes away from the presentation, the building of the presentation itself and the ... Read More »

What does a strategist do?

What does a strategist do?

Having just come back from an all-family get together I have inevitably had to answer the ‘so what does a strategist do?’ question. My mum knows I am in ‘marketing’ but for years she thought I was in advertising as that’s the only ‘marketing’ that she knows… I have gently been trying to update and educate her as to the ... Read More »

Meaningless job titles – Why do we have them?

job titles

One of my weird, non-financial pleasures is business cards. There. I’ve said it. I love and collect business cards. From clients, to friends, to bars, to restaurants and my own vast array of previous cards that stated where I was employed or tied to at the time of going to print.     But could the meaningless job titles actually mean ... Read More »

Differentiating yourself in the strategic world

differentiating yourself

Are you differentiating yourself enough to be top of mind when a client / agency needs strategic consultant? As we all know, the market is tough out there… More and more people are going freelance – The Economist recently projected that 40% of all workers in the United States will be freelance by 2014 & in a poll by The Drum ... Read More »

Marketing for freelance strategists

Marketing for freelance strategists

“I’m a marketeer, why would I need to learn about marketing for a freelance strategist?!” You’d be surprised how often I hear this from people I work with or come in contact with at networking events. The simple fact is that if you are self employed and operate a limited company through which all your invoices are paid, then you ... Read More »