Diving Deeper

Diving Deeper What do Mother Teresa, a diabolical apparition in a bloodbath of a swimming pool, and The Full Monty have in common?  Isn’t it obvious?  Such is the diversity of keynote deliveries our members and visitors enjoy at The Boardroom Network! November’s breakfast meeting of our Dorset group was treated to a three-course...

Professional Business Growth without the Hiccups

Professional Business Growth without the Hiccups Building a successful business is all about cash flowing into an organisation that demonstrates professional accountability in all its policies, practices, and procedures.  Often it is necessary to seek Commercial Funding to break through to the next level of performance, and as soon as you grow, your systems...

Bye Bye Pain – Hello Pleasure

Bye Bye Pain; Hello Pleasure! I was thinking, “What do you become as a member of The Boardroom Network?  Given regular attendance and enthusiastic involvement you become: Better connected More confident Increasingly competent Much clearer Boldly courageous. Yes, I’ve been an enthusiastic observer of regular members for years now, and I’ve noticed changes – some...

Look Great and Feel Amazing

Ryan David showed us how his services could have our vehicles looking great, Kat Linsley Hood and Jay Rachet assured us we could feel amazing, and Dr Hannah Beard gave us 5 very easy ways to make that outcome certain! With nearly 100 members and visitors in the room at the Dudsbury Golf Club,...

Something Bigger

It is with a profound sense of being on the cusp of a bigger vision that I sit down to write this blog. It’s been a big month for many of our members.  A few examples will set the tone. Ian Skinner launched his BIG Mentoring initiative – well supported by our members.  (BIG being...

A Better Outlook for 2019

Thumbs Up for Dudsbury From what I heard in the meeting, the move to Dudsbury Golf Club was warmly welcomed by all who attended.  What a great outlook, literally, for 2019.  Breakfast was great and the buzz from all the business people in the room was tangible, exciting, and inspiring. We had three key...

AIM High

AIM High High Post, Salisbury, seemed the ideal name for the location for TBN Solstice’s Keynote Luncheon.  Why?  Because aiming high was the common theme of our four presentations.  If AIM was an acronym, it would be: Action Inspiration Motivation. If I may begin with the last first, Michael Collins entertained us with his...

Protect Prepare Persist and Present Yourself

These are the smiling faces of Bournemouth TBN’s Ambassadors for October – left to right, top row first: Simon Head, Simon Steele-Williams, Richard Mack, Jamie Forster, Graham Down, Justin Cohen, Chris Palmer, and Denise Ward.  A big “Thank You!” to all our Ambassadors – the catalysts that help each meeting flow to a successful...