How to protect yourself and your business from people telling stories about you which are inaccurate or untrue or unflattering.

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In the Show..

Digital Nomad Nicola’s back from her three-week adventure in America and although she threw off the jet lag fast she’s still  got a lurgy from the air-conditioning on the cruise.  She talks with admiration of other digital nomads she met on her trip, some of whom even home school their children on the move.

Judith’s concerns are much more down to earth – blocked drains and fallen fence panels and maintaining good relations with her neighbours affected by both.

  • What’s Fuelled Their Fire?

Nicola talks about Snapchat and sharing her US photos/videos using it (then via Instagrapm and onto everything else via Zapier) and recommends this tutorial by Cliff Ravenscraft for anyone wanting to learn how to use Snapchat well. Another great resource for coming up to speed quick is this Social Media Examiner Article on Snapchat.

Judith and her Small Business Big Magic group of clients are excited by her client and their colleague Margaret coming to London for a UK holiday and a Cashflow game in September.

  • Client Challenge of the Week

Someone reported to Nicola that she was being misrepresented in a webinar. She describes what she did about it and what she hopes will be a win:win outcome and Judith and Nicola debate what to do when people give you a poor review or attempt to blacken your name online and off.

  • Words of the Week

Judith optimistically chooses Spring and Nicola goes for Transformed.

  • Project Updates

Judith’s waiting on her new JV partners at half-term and Nicola’s looking forward, now that she’s back, to streamlining everything on her website in line with her three core offerings – mentoring, a product and a service.

  • Who or What’s Impressed?

Judith describes a writer client who has sufficient commitment to her second book to be writing and blogging and sending newsletters and doing social media in her lunchbreaks at a full-time job even amongst other threats to her time and wellbeing. And Nicola recommends the Priceline App and a book called The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington.

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