Let’s not monkey around – Carillion’s collapse, whilst shocking, gives a chance to learn (rather than see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil). Read the full edition here » There are always items which can bounce your project from success to the darkness of failure, like on ...
Rather than making resolutions to do meaningless stuff, this tips sheet introduces my top 10 things to stop doing and one key thing to start doing. Read the full edition here » One thing you could start to do in 2018 is to learn to embrace failure… Change is a ...
Instead of tips for Christmas or reviews of 2018, I am giving you the equivalent of contract cracker jokes and a selection of Heinz Wolff style ideas. Read the full edition here » Based on my belief that a contract should be primarily a tool to help you do business ...
My fortnightly tips are intended to build your confidence in the skills you need to write, understand and use contracts. After a couple of bad experiences with clients who turned my trust into trouble, I decided there had to be another way to run my business. My decision to ...
My new format newsletter is intended to build your confidence in the skills you need to read, understand and use contracts. Just like Guy Fawkes, whose explosion did not go to plan, your contracts may not go to plan and need some careful negotiations. Here’s how to stop you ...
‘Happy Birthday to Me’ or - to simplify and obfuscate simultaneously (h/t my brother) - HB2M. This newsletter is one year old and if you want to book a celebratory Skype, chat or call with me, just hit reply. To mark this anniversary, I am sharing some thought-provoking quotes from ...
This is my 26th fortnightly tips sheet – it’s nearly one year old. Thanks for opening, reading, clicking, replying and listening! How should we celebrate?! Read the full edition here » If you'd like to receive The Dotted Line directly to your email inbox every second Thursday, simply enter ...
I am reading Business for Punks whose author suggests you live your brand. So this newsletter is in 500 words (max). Ready? Read the full edition here » If you'd like to receive The Dotted Line directly to your email inbox every second Thursday, simply enter your details here.
This first newsletter of autumn reviews posts from the last 12 months and focuses on consultant appointments ie contracts with external specialists (not employees). Read the full edition here » If you'd like to receive The Dotted Line directly to your email inbox every second Thursday, simply enter your ...
Over the summer months each newsletter will focus most of its attention on one of my four themes: showstoppers, trust, dispute avoidance or simplicity. This edition is designed to help you appreciate the importance of simplicity. Read the full edition here » If you'd like to receive The Dotted Line ...