A Déjà Vu moment on Sunday night at The Delta Hotel in Kitchener which is where I holed myself up on a weekend in 2007 to work on my book. The weekend in 2007 was a lay over after finishing a financial advisor speaking presentation and waiting to do another financial advisor speaking presentation the following week.
I am vowing to stay off of “bread sandwiches” on this road trip. Bread sandwiches lurk in airports and they seem to be 95% bread. To this end, I ordered a vegetarian meal on Sunday night and again on Monday night because you know that they say; there are no fat old men.
So Monday’s Waterloo investment advisor speaking presentation is in the books and I’m in my hotel room in Toronto having completed the finishing touches for tomorrow’s financial advisor speaking presentation of The Plateauing Out Syndrome.
In the process of doing some research to prepare to create the outline for the new PowerPoint There Is Nothing New! – How To Use Old Ideas In “The New Normal” that I created for my financial advisor speaking presentation on Wednesday, I decided to create a Mash Up of the most interesting ideas that I could find on Attention Management.
Here is the best of the research that I came up with;
There Is Nothing New! – How To Use Old Ideas In “The New Normal”
• There’s nothing new out there – except the internet
• All the old ideas about time management and personal effectiveness
• All the old ideas about business development
• All the old ideas about marketing and selling …
Are Still Great Ideas!!
But how do you adapt them to the 21st Century, real-time news and information, instant global communication, the rise of “FREE”?
In this session, Simon will reminded you of or help you to re-learn the good old basics like Time Management that was fathered by Alec MacKenzie’s “The Time Trap”, 30 years ago before technology was invented. Since then, the landscape of Time Management has changed with the advent of the Blackberry, iPhone, Mac and PC. Join Simon Reilly to learn How To Use Old Ideas In “The New Normal” and Breakthrough “The Time Trap”.