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How do you stay calm as a leader? Yoga & Mindfulness apps

yoga & mindfulness

As we share apps that leaders find useful, I’ve been reminded of the benefits of yoga & mindfulness. Both have enabled me to achieve more as an entrepreneur. Leader’s days can all too often be stressful and draining. Long working days, with poor posture (unless you benefit from a standing desk) can leave leader’s bodies suffering. This is especially true when your workload limits means you struggle to find time.. Read More

Apps I keep using, a leader’s view on 3 standing the test of time

apps i keep using

More apps in this post, continuing our theme with a different leader’s “apps I keep using“. Whether researching cars or holiday locations, it’s always useful to hear from experienced users. Once the lure of the ‘sexy demo‘ has worn off, how well does the item live up to its promise. So, as part of our new series focussing on apps that leaders find useful, I’m pleased to welcome back guest.. Read More

App recommendations, ones that help me be a productive leader

app recommendations

Building on our series sharing lessons learnt by leaders, I thought it might also help to share app recommendations. Working with leaders, training, coaching or mentoring, I find they often reference apps that help them be more productive. I am no different. Since launching my own business and blog, just over 4 years ago, apps have helped me. From managing sales to scheduling content, today there are a host of.. Read More

How to understand your customers’ mobile mind shift

mobile mind shift

When I first received a copy of this book, when it was published in 2014, I didn’t think it would be so relevant. Understanding a ‘mobile mind shift‘ sounded like just a fancy way of presenting advice for e-commerce leaders working on moving to mobile. Now, having read this engaging work, I can see how relevant it is to all business leaders (including customer insight leaders). There is much more to think.. Read More

Here today, gone tomorrow

Hyperbolic Discounting is one of those names for a Behavioural Economics bias that can put most people off reading further, just because it sounds so technical. However, Tim Harford (always worth a read, or listen on Radio 4) has done us all a favour by applying the theory to the very practical problem which we all share – getting round to those jobs we said we’ll do tomorrow. It’s a well.. Read More