A great weekend

A great weekend. I ran the best franchise workshop yet on Saturday with a lovely group of committed business owners and then on Sunday…..

A nine o’clock start saw me privileged to front up and spend an inspiring day in a workshop  with John Dwyer’s Institute of WOW Imagineers group at Sanctuary Cove.

Outstanding example of just what appositive attitude and access to a mind like that of the convivial host.

The chemistry that was developed by putting a number of enterprising business owners in a room, throw away the key, add an open minded approach, a stir from JD (literally) and with all defences down you serve an inspiring degustation menu of bright ideas. Simply terrific. Bravo!  Thank you guys.

A few joined together at the end of the day in the photo here.

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