Category: The Domino Project

Category: The Domino Project

Confidence – The Stuff Entrepreneurs Are Made Of
April 4, 2012 Confidence, Inspiration, LinkedIn, Motivation, Productivity, The Domino Project, Upmarket @lordlancaster

This article was originally written for and published on Upmarket – the US-based online business magazine at Over the past three years I’ve worked with thousands of start-ups across the UK, and have come to the conclusion that confidence is the number one ingredient that entrepreneurs need if they are to succeed in business. Although funding

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Emotional Technology
March 10, 2012 CIM, Innovation, Inspiration, No Email Day, Presentations, Tech Start-Ups, The Domino Project @lordlancaster

Below are the slides from my Techmesh / CIM presentation at The Rose Bowl, Leeds Met University on Thursday 8th March 2012. The theme was ‘Emotional Technology + How Ideas Spread‘ as I was trying to convey the fact that no matter how amazing the technology is, it’s only when it taps into real life human emotion,

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Plan Digital Street Team
January 16, 2012 The Domino Project @lordlancaster

Since January 2011 I’ve been a member of Seth Godin’s ‘Domino Project Street Team’, a global group of around 70 people helping to raise awareness of all the great work and books published through The Domino Project. This has been such a fantastic experience for me that I’m now looking to build my own ‘Street Team’ of people interested

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The Domino Project: Start. Now!
September 30, 2011 Codeworks, Email, Ignite, Inspiration, Motivation, No Email Day, Presentations, Productivity, The Domino Project, Time Management @lordlancaster

The Domino Project: Start. Now! by Paul Lancaster Slides from my 5min Ignite presentation first delivered at the Codeworks Connect ‘Think and a Drink’ event at the Vermont Hotel, Newcastle upon Tyne on Thursday 29th September 2011. ‘Barriers’ stopping people from producing ‘Great Work’ and achieving their dreams in Newcastle. (I got people to write them

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‘Uncommon Sense’ Videos by Derek Sivers (Author & Founder of CD Baby)
August 10, 2011 The Domino Project @lordlancaster

Need some motivation for your life or career? Watch these brilliant clips (below) from my new email ‘buddy’, Derek Sivers (author of ‘Anything You Want’ and Founder of CD Baby). This inspiring 45 minute talk has been broken down into 8 bite-size chunks and is well worth watching from start to finish. Derek has such a

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‘Read This Before Our Next Meeting’ by Al Pittampalli
August 2, 2011 Productivity, The Domino Project @lordlancaster

How many meetings do you have at work where you leave thinking ‘what a complete waste of time and effort’? If the answer is ‘a lot’ or ‘most of them’ then you really must read Al Pittampalli’s excellent new book ‘Read This Before Our Next Meeting‘. The latest title from The Domino Project, Al’s book highlights

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‘Pick Four’ by Zig Ziglar – great to read, even better to share
July 27, 2011 The Domino Project @lordlancaster

The latest Domino Project book ‘Pick Four’ by legendary US salesman Zig Ziglar is out today Coming as a 4-pack of spiral bound books which are designed to be written in and shared, Pick Four is an updated version of Zig Ziglar’s legendary goal-setting program, The Performance Planner. A handy way to follow Twitter

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7 little videos you will love [by Derek Sivers]
July 15, 2011 The Domino Project @lordlancaster

Received this email from Derek Sivers this morning about some cool animated videos he did to promote ‘Anything You Want’. Brilliant stuff and well worth a look 🙂 Paul – If you haven’t seen these already, they are definitely worth a few minutes of your time. An animator made a little 1-to-3-minute animation for some

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Why are you in business?
July 7, 2011 The Domino Project @lordlancaster

My personal review of ‘Anything You Want (40 Lessons for a New Kind of Entrepreneur)’ by Derek Sivers. Another fantastic book from Seth Godin’s The Domino Project, ‘Anything You Want‘ tells how Derek Sivers (Founder of CD Baby) almost accidentally turned a hobby into a hugely successful business (deliberately slowly) over 10yrs which he then

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