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Tag Archives: boot camp
An Army Major General, Inspiration, Creativity, Microadventures & some scholars it can only be Boot Camp 3
Well what can I say – when I applied for the academy and got the agenda and dates for the year ahead and the different boot camps, boot camp 3 was just this distant date in 2013 that was something … Continue reading
If rule number 1 of Fight Club is ‘You do not talk about Fight Club’ and Rule number 2: You do not talk about Fight Club, then Rule number 1 of Marketing Academy would be “ You do talk about … Continue reading
Hello, It’s been quite a while since I wrote a blog – partly because everyone else has started posting a lot more so I didn’t feel like I needed to, and partly because I’ve been finishing up my time at … Continue reading
Ross returns from the second Marketing Academy Boot Camp, with a few snippets of inspirations from many of the fantastic speakers. Continue reading
I had a fantastic session with my personal coach, Ruth Smith from PM Management Consultant plc today which has definitely set me up for the rest of the Marketing Academy and beyond. At Bootcamp, we were asked to start to … Continue reading
Ross meets Beth Broughton, Senior Strategy Director at SCB Partners. Continue reading
Phil Rumbol, the man behind Gorilla, left Cadbury this week. Ross shares some of his favourite pieces of advice that Phil has given him over the years. Continue reading
‘It wasn’t me’ – the words of a popular 90s song seem to get everywhere. They have been burning in my ears since starting the academy. It seems the well versed even have many alternatives ‘it’s not my area’, ‘it … Continue reading
Ross had a meeting today. Didn’t quite go to plan. Continue reading