Just STOP Talking

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How are you, and all the best to you for the festive season.
Yesterday, was a real eye opener for me as I got a valuable business lesson from putting up a tent…
Well not me putting up a tent but my kids.
When the question came about “camping”, instead of going to the shed and finding the tent…I suggested to the kids that they put the tent up.
I wanted to “help them” by showing them how to do it – but when I bit my tongue and paused when I would usually say “that goes there”, a truly amazing thing happened…

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The Josh Effect

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I’m calling it “The Josh Effect”. After every two-hour session in the Monetise Social Media course or one-on-one conference call my brain was a storm of information, ideas and enthusiasm. The sheer volume of value-packed information and resources that Josh downloads on you at every interaction takes time to digest and put to use but once I did, the results for the Shire of Dardanup’s presence on Facebook have been nothing short of spectacular.

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Facebook Privacy Settings have Changed

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  A super quick message, to share a video with you, about how to change your personal Facebook privacy settings. Why??? There has been a recent change to the Facebook privacy settings, which means your “friends” settings may have changed to “public”. Simply the people you are not friends with may now be able to see more of your timeline than you want. Watch this 8 minute video and then check your settings. https://www.facebook.com/thecustomerservicemovement/videos/1267381556708628/ The video also shows you how to check what your “non-friends” see on your timeline if they chose to Facebook stalk you. Have a great day! Warmly, Josh Oakey The Customer Service Movement P.S. If you found the video helpful, it would be awesome if you could…

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A sure thing in Bunbury!

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  Tomorrow is the Bunbury Cup – the race that stops a town in the South West of WA! There are a couple of sure things tomorrow in Bunbury… I won’t be able to get my haircut…my barber is closed from 12pm so her whole team can attend the Bunbury Races. I’ll be able to walk into any café or restaurant and have no trouble getting a table for lunch…but try and get a table for dinner with out booking…no chance! And if I go for breakfast on Friday morning I won’t be surprised if the person who brings out my food is wearing sunglasses, and is quietly wishing they were still in bed! Does any of the above upset…

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