Archive for August, 2010

  • Best Marketing Books

    Best Marketing Books

    Being part of the B2B Marketing Group on Linked IN I noticed this great discussion started by Laurissa Doonan about their all-time favourite Marketing books. I thought it would be a great idea to share these comments to help others maximise their potential. Naturally, the surnames of the people commenting have been removed and as […]

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  • Inspiring People: Lewis Pugh, extreme cold water swimmer

    Inspiring People: Lewis Pugh, extreme cold water swimmer

    Lewis Pugh talks about his record-breaking swim across the North Pole. He braved the icy waters (in a Speedo) to highlight the melting icecap. Watch for astonishing footage — and some blunt commentary on the realities of supercold-water swims: After he swam the North Pole, Lewis Pugh vowed never to take another cold-water dip. Then, […]

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  • MAXIMISE POTENTIAL PODCAST – #2 in latest i-tunes charts

    MAXIMISE POTENTIAL PODCAST – #2 in latest i-tunes charts

    After just 12 episodes we are amazed to see that the Maximise Potential Podcast is mixing it with the best on i-tunes! The latest charts have been released and Maximise Potential is ranked as the 2nd most popular podast within Careers. Jenrick is the leading sponsor of the podcast, which only started back in May […]

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  • A passion for Digital Photography? Why not enter our Annual Charity Photo Competition

    A passion for Digital Photography? Why not enter our Annual Charity Photo Competition

    If you enjoy digital photography then we would love to receive your favourite photo’s for our annual competition. The theme for this year is . . . “YOUR BRITAIN” Your Britain can mean anything that ‘says’ Britain to YOU – it can be a landscape, a place, a static object, a person or a theme. […]

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  • Max#12: Pen Hadow – “how I walked 440 miles to the North Pole and claimed my place in history”

    Max#12: Pen Hadow – “how I walked 440 miles to the North Pole and claimed my place in history”

    In this interview with record-breaking polar explorer Pen Hadow we discuss: Pen’s successful trek to the North Pole, solo and without re-supply, where he made history by becoming the first (and only) person to do so. How he had to dig deeper into his mental and physical resources than he had ever done so before […]

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  • Google: the future of search by Rob Torres

    Google: the future of search by Rob Torres

    I stumbled across this interview with Google’s Managing Director for their ‘Travel’ division on an excellent podcast I listen to, called ‘Brands that Travel.’ There is a good blend of content in here, from the world’s most innovative company, that covers: Future trends in search The continued growth in mobile access and use Google’s response […]

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  • Inspiring People: JK Rowling “How I deal with failure”

    Inspiring People: JK Rowling “How I deal with failure”

    JK Rowling has easily become one of the most successful and inspiring people on the planet due to the popularity of the Harry Potter books and films. Many people have found her Harvard acceptance speach particularly motivating and inspirational, mainly due to her description of how she approaches and overcomes failure: These videos were recommended […]

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  • Transcript: Pen Hadow, dealing with failure (Max#10)

    Transcript: Pen Hadow, dealing with failure (Max#10)

    Here is the first transcript of the motivating interview with Record Breaking Polar Explorer, Pen Hadow, as he shares his inspiring story on how he dealt with failure on his challenging Solo trek to the North Pole. He also draws on how to remian positive at tough times, something he had to contend with repeatedly […]

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  • Max#11: Pen Hadow – “you can achieve any goal you set your mind to”

    Max#11: Pen Hadow – “you can achieve any goal you set your mind to”

    This is our second interview with record-breaking polar explorer Pen Hadow where he discusses: how his desire to constantly challenge himself, even as a child, had – and still has – a massive bearing on his life also how it made him accustomed to being totally out of his comfort zone AND gave him the […]

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  • Elliott Cole Update: 8th August London Triathlon

    Elliott Cole Update: 8th August London Triathlon

    In racing there are bad days and then there are bad days, unfortunately for me the 2010 Challenger World London Triathlon was a bad day. As this race marks the 12 month anniversary since my first ever triathlon and with it being the biggest triathlon in the world I’d been looking forward to the race […]

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