The Late Late Breakfast Show - Screw It Episode
Saturday, December 8, 2012 from 6:00 AM to 6:05 AM (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
For our first 2013 Late Late Breakfast Show we are saying Screw It!
That's right, this episode is all about when saying screw it in business can actually make a big difference to both your business and your processes within your business.
Our four awesome speakers will get 7 minutes to talk about how saying screw it either helped them in their business or made a difference in their lives.
This is not a hundred business card pick up networking event, so leave your suits, boots & 60 second speaches at home and bring your personality with you.
This is a place to build your network, communicate and engage with each other whilst getting to hear great speakers talk about fantastic and inspirational business learnings.
Want to come? Then book your place and join us in saying Screw It to business.
Prad Patel -
Dinah Liversidge -
My life has been defined by choices; some easier to make than others, but all of which have lead me to discover more about what I am truly capable of achieving, what I can overcome with determination and self-belief and why there are no limits except those I impose myself.
I have over 20 years experience in the corporate environment and six years running small businesses. I spent two years running a large region of the most successful International networking organisation, BNI, mentoring business owners and helping them achieve results for their business. I have spoken in the USA, across Europe and in the UK on the topics of Credibility, Choice, Profitable Networking and about my own journey from 12 years in a wheelchair to being back on my feet.
I approach life with “no-box-thinking”; a place where the only limitations are the ones we choose for ourselves. I work with people to help them start living outside their limits, looking at problems with a new view and choice of outcomes.
Lloyd Davis -
Lloyd Davis is a popular figure on the London Social Media Scene. Lloyd has been blogging and podcasting since 2004 and with a diverse background that includes theatre, information management and public service he has acquired a unique, in-depth and practical understanding of how to use media and social networks on the web to build and sustain rich relationships online and off-.
In the last year, Lloyd has written and produced blog content for clients as diverse as BP, the World Health Care Congress and Surrey Primary Care Trust and worked regularly with Policy Unplugged as a Social Reporter at corporate and public un-conferences. Lloyd also has a talent for facilitating Open Space events holding workshops for ORG, Online Information and VNU’s Blogs and Social Media Forum.
Lloyd runs the London chapter of Social Media Club. He has recently spoken at Web2Open in Berlin, the 3rd London BarCamp and BarCampUKGovWeb. Lloyd is the also founder of the Tuttle Club, a community-based effort to create a physical space for people in Social Media to come together for social, learning and work activities.
Read the book that inspired this chapter - Screw Business As Usual