It’s no secret that foodies are posed as the authority of blogging, powerfully influencing a lot of people where to eat or where not to eat, based on personal experience. Surely, we can all agree that food is a universal love language, but the notion of blogging can be far more powerful.
Writing articles (or blogging) can be used to provide value to your clients, and assist with search engine optimisation (SEO) or as we like to call it; google juice.
Funny enough, in today's digital world, printed documents can help you stand out from your competition. The thought you put into the development of these documents says a lot about your business.
When facilitating strategic planning sessions, there are a number of tools we find effective.
I absolutely love reading and one of my latest purchases is The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek.
Today we're celebrating the United Nation's International Day of the Tropics!
This view is from Magnetic Island, just 20 minutes by ferry from the Grey and Grey Townsville office. How lucky are we to live and work in tropical paradise?
There has never been a more important time to ensure your internal communications are as good as they could be. During a crisis, attention is often focussed on ensuring our communications with our clients are regular, on brand and consistent. This has been especially important for organisations who have had major changes like switching from in-house dining to take-away. I'm sure you are all over this. But are your internal communications as focussed and professional?
One of the key reasons I trekked from Brisbane, Australia to London, England was to spend the afternoon listening to Simon Sinek.
The Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority has released valuable information about disaster recovery assistance for small business. If your business has been adversely affected by the North Queensland Monsoon Trough in January and February 2019, you may be eligible to apply for assistance.
Years ago, I was working at XXXX when one of my managers first said to me 'perception is reality'. As he explained what he meant, I was thrown back to high school with memories of my year 12 film and television teacher explaining the concept of framing.