It’s also the time of year when I get reflective. If I were to describe 2014 in one word it would be Blockbuster. It’s been very exciting with lots of repeat business with existing clients, lots of fantastic new clients and great gigs that had me travelling all over the world and doing work I love. So many highlights, and here are some I would like to share:
- Being featured in Boss Magazine’s February issue with three of my clients, Accenture, Ericsson and NAB, sharing their successes with storytelling
- Being part of Matt Church’s speaker showcase with seven other amazing, world-class speakers – it still gives me goose bumps thinking about it; and
- Being invited to Dearborn, America to present storytelling as part of Ford’s global leadership program.
But alas, in a blockbuster year there was also some lackluster! While I boldly launched the year by declaring I would run a half-marathon, the most I have run this year in events is 10km. To paraphrase Edison, I did discover 99 ways on how not to prepare for a half-marathon. I am rolling this goal over to 2015 and my trainer has pinned me down to starting the year with a 10km ‘fun run’, then a 15km run and finally the half-marathon.
Looking forward to 2015 and here’s wishing you, my wonderful clients and subscribers a very happy and safe festive season.
All the very best for 2015 and I look forward to connecting with you again in the New Year.
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