We are all very excited here on Regent Street with the launch of our new podcast. Entitled the London Business Podcast we will be bringing our clients and the global business community a regular informed podcast available to download from our site or from iTunes, Stitcher and all major podcast sites. We hope you enjoy this new dimension to our blog which we have had great fun producing. In our first episode we look at ‘disruption’ and ‘cyber crimes’ which are both hot topics in the business world right now. In future podcasts we will be exploring other interesting topics such as ‘robotics’ and ‘singularity’ to keep you informed of trends that will affect your business life. This is a venture on which we value your feedback so if you have suggestions on future topics or perhaps wish to be a guest yourself send me a personal email email@example.com – I’d be delighted to hear from you.
Observant clients might have noticed that we have been busy ‘tweeting’ – not at the same level as Donald Trump – but several times every day. There is just so much news and information that crosses my desk and I just feel compelled to share it with you. If you are not following our twitter feed then just find us @holdeverything1 and follow. Over the last week I have tweeted on everything ranging from business start up tips to 3d printing in the modern office so I am sure you will find something to read over your morning coffee.
Wishing you all a great weekend, let’s hope the sun continues to shine.
A message from Richard Cooper – Virtual Office Visionary
Thursday, 06 December 2012 07:57
On Yer bike Pt2….
Welcome to part two of this blog. Last week (see my last blog entry) I shared with you my biggest challenge yet. A super – cycle ride from the Hertfordshire to Paris and back again.
Many of us will take on a challenge, achieve it and say “OK I’ve done that now, back to business”. It would have been very easy to do this myself. After all I have completed the cycle ride two years in a row having never ridden a cycle before. I have stretched my mental and physical stamina to the max.
I know that no one would blame me if I hung up my trainers and decided to call it a day. The odd charity bike ride locally? Maybe something in a few years? After all I am getting married soon and am extremely busy.
However next year I will be doing it again with an additional twist. To make it even more challenging I am going to cycle from Radelett (near St Albans, Hertfordshire) to Dover. Take the ferry to Calais then cycle to Paris.
I will be updating you regularly on my training progress and when my sponsorship page goes live. The reason I haven’t stopped in 2012 is because when I achieve one challenge, I move onto the next. The same approach goes for my business too. Having a new challenge keeps my mind focused both in my life and business.
Do you do the same? If you don’t and I can help, just send me a message through the website anytime and I will be happy to share some tips that have supported my success. As always keep an eye on my blog too for great hints and tips on how to make small steps to success in your business.