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Hello readers,

Quote Me

Quote Me is a new feature here. If you don’t read the full newsletter, at least you have a takeaway from your short time here. Hat tip to Josh Steimle for the idea.

“Part of being a leader is managing the tension between accountability and compassion. Challenging people to do their best while understanding when life circumstances prevent that. Few of us will regret erring on the side of compassion as we look back on this time” ~ Jen Heemstra, associate prof at Emory University, April, 2020.

“When you want to move a mountain, start by carrying small stones,” ~ Confucius, reportedly, and included for anyone who’s feeling a somewhat overwhelmed at the moment.

Got a favourite quote? Send it along and I’ll try to include it a future issue!

New Podcast Episodes

Some super short episodes are on their way in the next few weeks, designed to help you manage your social media messaging during the coronavirus pandemic.

The first short, a 12-minute interview with digital marketing strategist Lachlan Kirkwood, is released today. Lachlan gives three key tactics to support better social media messaging during the pandemic. Listen here:
Lachlan Kirkwood:

There’s an interesting little story behind last week’s interview with Ronsley Vaz. Ronsley is an author, agency owner, and podcaster in Brisbane, Australia. We’d planned to talk about Ronsley’s audio agency, Amplify, but the conversation evolved naturally into an exploration of self-growth and interviewing techniques. We continued on that tack, exploring impostor syndrome, self-confidence, learning through mistakes, and finding one’s way as an entrepreneur. Ronsley has a unique tactic on how to get the best from his guests. Discover here:
Ronsley Vaz:

Content Worth Exploring

Are you missing lunch-time conversations with your colleagues at work, or your funny desk mate who usually has a good joke to crack? If so, invest seven minutes in How to Make the Most of Your Work-From-Home in These Times, by Wojciech Zaremba. It’s well worth the read.

There’ll be a handful of people reading this who have either been laid off recently, or are thinking about building their own business. Start-Up Hire Me is a new option for these two groups to connect during this pandemic. Share it with anyone it may assist.

If you’ve discovered content you believe readers will appreciate, feel free to send it along for possible inclusion in the next newsletter.

Need a Technology Management Consultant?

Kevin McCall has extensive hands-on and leadership experience across diverse industries and organizations. Kevin can be reached at He’s also this week’s episode sponsor. Thanks, Kevin!

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Be safe,


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