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Sometimes my weeks astound me with the sheer variety of what I get up to. I did a presentation on employee engagement entitled ‘you can’t do it on your own’ to the Independent Funeral Directors – I think we found each other equally fascinating.
I was in Melbourne – and surprised my daughter with a Kissed goodbye by his lordship himself – there was lots of cooing, not just from my daughter but her school friends as well. Now Dexter is with her every day at school as per my previous post.
I’m glad I took my daughter to Channel Nine for the National IQ test, that was a highlight really – and catching up with many other entrepreneurs who I know. (Quite frankly it was a very long day and if I had of known the format I don’t think they really needed me).
Finished the book Drive by Dan Pink, which inspired me to blog about Google and tweet rigorously.
Coming Up this week –
Monday: Launch of this Trimesters theme – very exciting and very on brand
Tuesday: Speaking for Jurlique on recognition – and also a client visit at the same time – not sure how that will work?
Wednesday: Speaking for the Women in the Shire of Yarra Ranges, about women in leadership
Thursday: Speaking for the Australian Health Services Financial Managers Association – a Growth Story. And attending a business round table and a family event at Melbourne Zoo.
Friday: The fabulous Tim Harcourt – Airport Economist is our guest at the RedBalloon lunch and learn.
Reading: The Power of Nice – by Kaplan Thaler & Koval

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