You never stop learning

I attended a meeting in Dunblane today where my client, who shall remain unnamed, put me in front of his colleagues and stakeholders. All 35 of them. At a rough estimate three of us were under 50.

Twenty-five of them were over 70.

And I was there to present a 30 minute, web 2.0 strategy on how to utilise the internet as a portal for their organisation.

You’d expect a sea of blank faces but far from it. An houtr and fifteen miutes after my presentation they stopped grilling me, applauded and voted unanimously to adopt my proposal.

Wow that was a tough one, but a lesson never ever to underestimate your audience.

I got some nice photos of, and in, Dunblane Cathedral too.