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The hard thing about finishing

Sat, 31 Jan 2015 06:45:46 +0000

This article is my first original piece posted on Medium.  If you are on Medium, patient make sure you follow me! The hard thing about finishing It is really easy to start something. Especially today in our digital world where the tools to translate ideas into action literally at your fingertips. I am as guilty as the next person when it comes to starting things. I have started lots of things. We have all started things. But for some reason, there for the longest time I have found it really […]



Experiments in the economics of online courses and Pay Per Click

Fri, 30 Jan 2015 13:24:57 +0000

Over the past month or so I have decided to dabble in the world of online learning. At the moment I have a Microsoft Office tutorials site which gets some pretty hefty traffic… and whilst it does generate some advertising revenue via Google Adsense, it certainly isn’t anything to write home about. I have been wondering how can I better monetise “how to” content and the idea of a structured, interactive online course came to mind. Something substantial that an individual can invest their own money in, but without the […]



Time to 10x

Sun, 11 Jan 2015 12:05:06 +0000

Ti Things to 10x in 2015 This blog My thesis The Yaminade Customer value of the BPS team Speaking Video Time (for family, me, community) Let’s do this!



Sclerotherapy before and after: 72 hours post treatment for Varicose Veins in leg

Sat, 01 Nov 2014 05:27:31 +0000

The other day I bit the bullet and finally had treatment for the painful bulging purple veins in my left leg. They ran from behind the bottom of my thigh, down the back of my knee, and then around the outside of my left leg across the front and then down the inside of my shin. I went to a vascular doctor who specialises in varicose vein treatment and the treatment plan he put in place resulted in having ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy to fix the problem veins. The surgery […]



I just had varicose vein treatment using ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy

Tue, 28 Oct 2014 07:35:23 +0000

About an hour ago I walked out of my local leg vein treatment clinic after having the varicose veins that have ached and sometimes been quite painful.. treated. Whilst I get use to the compression stocking on my left leg which will be my friend over the coming weeks, I wanted to make sure I captured what happened and publish my story – simply because when I was looking to find a way to reduce the tiredness, the pain, the restless legs caused by my torturous varicose veins… there were […]



The long tail of organic search…

Wed, 27 Aug 2014 03:36:20 +0000

Over the last little while I have doubled down my efforts to make sure that everything is in order with all the different websites that I operate in my spare time. Whether it is my most popular property – The New Paperclip… or some of my newer projects about the Zoom H4n or Yammer. As part of the process I have been focusing on the basics. For example, getting into Google Webmaster Tools and Bing Webmaster tools to ensure that my content is actually being indexed. I haven’t really spent […]



3MT: My experience participating in the Three Minute Thesis competition

Fri, 22 Aug 2014 13:04:24 +0000

Last week I posted about how I deconstructed Three Minute Thesis pitches to help craft my own 3MT presentation.  Well, I thought I would share the results with you… Firstly, here is the slide that I used to support my topic – which explores how technology influences how we all construct the boundary between work and life… I tried to make it as simple as possible (and not too busy).  I didn’t waste my audience’s attention with my name, my supervisors names, or the title of my thesis.  All I […]



Podcast: My Top 10 non-Excel Microsoft Office tips for Managers

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 10:24:44 +0000

I had the pleasure this week of being a guest on one of the most popular Microsoft Office podcasts in the world – Chandoo.org’s Excel PodCast. (click here to go to episode 17 where I am featured) Chandoo and I crossed paths online a few weeks ago and as it turns out I have basically found my clone from both a professional, and personal point of view. We spent about 90 minutes on the phone – first discussing how our paths crossed, and then I shared my top 10 no-Excel […]



3MT: Deconstructing winning Three Minute Thesis entries

Wed, 13 Aug 2014 07:40:25 +0000

  Next week I am entering the QUT Business School heats of the Three Minute Thesis competition. To help prepare my presentation, I thought I would look at a number of winning entries from within QUT, across Australia, and internationally to see if there were any patterns of success. Thanks to universities around the world publishing the work of their students on YouTube, there are a vast array of speakers from different subject areas to base my analysis on. As it turns out, after watching 15 or so winning entries, […]



Tracking sleep with my FitBit: the awakening

Sat, 09 Aug 2014 12:10:08 +0000

I have almost religiously worn my FitBit Flex for the past 11 months or so. At first it was all about the steps. How many steps could I do each day. How often could I get that 10k steps badge? How many days in a row could I get the 10k steps badge? What is the highest steps badge I could get? As soon as I managed to get 30,000 steps in one very long day – the drive to get the little black band to do it’s light and […]