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It’s always really interesting to work with bright young entrepreneurs – they are tuned into managing their personal brands in a way that only the generation who have profiles all over the web can be. To put the power of social and digital media into context, Jim Margolis, who engineered the Obama campaign said that 4 years ago BF (Before Facebook), the chances of the now US President being voted in would have been very unlikely.
I came across this thought-provoking video, titled Did You Know a few days ago and it got me thinking about the fast march of time. This, and the heart sinking sensation in seeing the first Christmas marketing hit our screens and stores made me realise that there are only 49 working days until Christmas.
It means too that there are still 9 lovely weekends to enjoy, at least 30 fabulous dinners with friends, and if I am really good, I’ll need at least 40 powerplate sessions to work it all off.