Jodie Cook

June 30, 2021

World class memories, traits of great leaders, rebranding retirement

Here are the articles written for Forbes during June:

How to develop a world class memory within a year

Brilliant business relationships are built on memory. Remembering someone’s name and the name of their spouse or kids. Remembering their interests and preferences; how they take their coffee, how long they have been a customer or what they do when they’re not working.

600 million views: the free PR hack anyone can use

A great idea, an under-exploited medium and a marketing professional acting quickly. This free experiment achieved huge awareness, reach and backlinks and can be replicated by brands and individuals for big results.

Why checking your email first thing is killing your success

Whoever you are, you have gifts to give the world. Those gifts are not the art of responding to emails or the knack of forwarding enquiries. Of introducing, responding, carbon copying or checking. There’s more to you.

The four traits all great leaders have, according to a billionaire mentor

Robin Sharma works as a personal coach to the global elite including billionaires, humanitarians, and sporting superstars. He mentors individuals who have found their purpose and realised their value. Here are four traits he says indicate a future great leader.

Retirement needs a rebrand

Jobs have changed, careers have changed, opportunities are everywhere you look. It’s never been more possible to make a bigger mark in a shorter space of time, making it doable for anyone that sets their mind to it to retire early.

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