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Panikeinkäufe in den Supermärkten aufgrund Coronavirus. Mehl, Zucker und Konserven.
Wir gründen gerade eine Indian Motorcycle Riding Group – kurz IMRG – am Niederrhein.
Örtliche Indian Riders Groups bieten Ausfahrten, Events, Treffen und mehr. Du triffst dich mit anderen, um das Motorradfahren auf deine Art zu leben.
Indian Motorcycle unterstützt auch IMRG-Ausfahrten, bei denen verschiedene Rider Groups zusammenkommen – sei es, um Spaß zu haben oder für wohltätige Zwecke. Mittlerweile gibt es über 100 Indian Motorcycle Riders Groups in Europa.
Hier die Page dazu: https://indian-niederrhein.club/
I have NEWS to share!
With a bit of sorrow and a lot of excitement, I wish to announce my departure from SMASHDOCs by the end of this month to pursue a senior management position with an innovative US-headquartered Fortune 500 company.
Having been in Munich every week is also a stretch for the family, and my girls are looking forward to seeing me more.
In the last year, we launched and positioned SMASHDOCs as a commercial offering for various industries, won lighthouse accounts and I believe SMASHDOCs brightest and most innovative days are ahead of it.
Thank you for a great business relationship during my time at SMASHDOCs. It has been a pleasure, and I hope to work with you again in the future as I will stay in the content, information, print and publishing industry.
Stay tuned for the announcement in the next coming days!
Low hanging fruits are often not good as they don’t get a lot of light. It might be easier to pick but maybe not that tasty. #Mondaywisdom
You all remember the guys in a public swimming pool.
They happen to appear in groups, a group of five maybe – one is either ugly, small, fattish or all of the above.
So, what are they doing? Do they get all the attention they want or they think deserve?
No, of course not! What are they doing about it?
They make a belly-flop and everybody is wet!
Does this make any sense? Any impact on the public? Do they get the blonde? Are they perceived differently by their friends? No, of course not!
A clear symptom, I observed a lot on conferences and in the media. Bashing colleagues especially from a different continent, making statements that the industry has failed, declaring an own point of view without any sense, is the big splash they are trying to make.
Nothing wrong with having an edge or making a point! And no need to agree with anyone.
But these attention getters in the swimming pool share the same fate. They are still alone after the dust settled. Everybody is looking once the bomb hits the water, then they might get wet and then they fall into contempt. What an idiot!
The discussion in Germany – triggered by Thomas Strerath, CEO Jung von Matt – and all the replies were such a splash. Totally irrelevant, no tangible outcome, a lot of Ego-Content and no improvement at all !