Date posted: June 2, 2015
Forget about using your mouse and keyboard, just use your shirt, your pants, your socks and whatever else you're wearing that happens to be made of Google's new jacquard material of the future and by waving your arms, walking or doing whatever else comes naturally (keep it clean) your technology and its minion of apps will follow behind you.
This is only one of the many announcements that Google made last week at its annual I/O developer conference in San Francisco.
This conference is a great way to understand what Google is going to do i
Date posted: January 29, 2014
Wow what a great webcast this morning and as always Wayne pulls a great crowd of the most exciting and entrepreneurial marketing and sales professionals on the planet.
We looked at the Future of a tonne of stuff, all from a Sales and Marketing lens, including, what innovation is, the getting of wisdom, the internet of things, wearable computers, 3D printing and generally how to embed an innovation culture into your Sales and Marketing trEYEbe.
If you missed our webcast this morning, here a couple of options of how to catch up.
The first is to take a wan
Date posted: January 20, 2014
2014 will see Australia's population increase by one (1) new person every 1 minute and 18 seconds, adding 364,997 more Aussie's than we started the year with to end up with a total of 23,701,331 Aussies.
We will have three (3) Australian state elections one in South Australia in March, another in Tasmania some time in the first 1/2 of the year and finally in Victoria in November.
In food, kale, quinoa and chia are so last year, this years superfoods will be freekah and teff and we might even eat them as we enjoy the new craze of drinking tea whilst
Date posted: January 2, 2014
The new economic normal, 3 Australian state elections, peek a boo panels in women's fashion, 364,997 new Australians added to our population and super-foods freekah and teff were just some of the 2014 trends I chatted about with Kate O'Toole of ABC Local radio national in our look at what trends I have predicted for the year ahead.
Date posted: December 20, 2013
To have the TEDx stage for 18 minutes is a privilege and an honor. To use this global platform to tell the story of my family's past, to introduce my ancestors who have not been spoken of or seen in over 70 years to a worldwide audience that they could never have imagined and to combine all of this with my love of the infinite possibilities of the future and what we must each do to allow these opportunities into our lives is a gift that I will cherish forever - thank you!!
I would love you to watch it, like it and leave a comment to let me know what you see ahead and what excess baggage you're leaving behind to make room for the future and an enormous thank you to the 1,000+ people that watched it within the first 24 hours of it being put up on YouTube.
Date posted: December 9, 2013
I was sent this homemade version of last week's TEDx presentation, it reminds me of the counterfeit movies (not that I have ever seen one) where you can see the tops of the audiences heads, occasionally hear their comments and the vision is not quite right, but I though it was worth posting anyway, until the real thing arrives.
Date posted: December 3, 2013
Wow, I just came off stage at TEDx Melbourne and it's way to early for the video recording, but here's the slide deck and a scractchy audio recording of my 18 minutes.
My main takeout message is that we are so full of the past that we don't have room for the future.
If we are going to ove
Date posted: November 28, 2013
I received the most incredible Christmas gift the other month in the form of an invitation to strut my stuff on the TEDx stage in Melbourne on December 3rd and with only 5 sleeps to go I can't wait to unwrap my present that I've titled - Unlearn the Future and don't worry I haven't forgotten you - after all it is better to give than receive - your invitation and discount promo code is at the end of this post.
This is a new
Date posted: November 25, 2013
Here's an article I wrote for Stockland Retail November Newsletter:
In the analogue 20th century we ventured out into the world to discover, to buy and to engage.
In the digital 21st century the world comes to us through a myriad of always-on mobile devices that constantly scour, interpret and filter what’s around us, searching for relevance and opportunity and bringing it back to us in the palm of our hand.
Retail has borne the brunt of this seismic shift and where once physical and tangible were paramount, connected and digital are now equal partners.