Episode 5 is here! Recorded on a Saturday afternoon whilst in the Calon FM studio babysitting the technical stuff for the Wrexham FC football commentary – multi-tasking at its best.
We kick off this episode with a discussion about cyber crime prompted by a couple of articles we’ve read that suggest that the cost of cyber attacks will be in the region of $6 trillion by 2021.
Events highlighted this week are:
- “Thinking of becoming self-employed” Learning at Lunchtime talk on 7th February
- West Cheshire College’s free one day seminar on cyber crime
- Delyn Safety’s breakfast/networking event with Q&A on H&S issues (and bacon rolls)
- “Secrets to get unlimited clients by networking online”
We also shared a call for help from The Prince’s Trust who would like to recruit new e-mentors. The headline that caught our attention was “1 in 5 young people think their lives will amount to nothing”….. you can’t just scroll past that one.
In the review section we flicked through the pages of FT Weekend and were pleasantly surprised.
And finally, our guru of the week is Ernesto Sirolli. He’s a great bloke and we struggled to keep to time with this one. But as promised here’s a link to his TedxTalk in Christchurch and to the Sirolli Institute.
“Millenials are the new Victorians. They are going to invent everything we need to move our civilisation forward. They want to do well but they want to do good. And they believe in entrepreneurship”
“The future of every community lies in capturing the passion, energy and imagination of its own people.”
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