Wow – It’s been a while since I posted in The Chris Adams project. It’s been a long time since our paths have crossed!
Chris has been busy travelling the world with Spondo.
I’ve been busy (though nowhere as busy as Chris!) – working on projects in Singapore and Manila.
This week, I was back in Brisbane and just by chance as I was driving, on the radio I heard Chris talking about a book project he was working on – with an audio book voiced by Hugh Jackman. They are both friends AND on boards of international organisations together.
That day, I contacted Chris and mentioned I’d heard him on the radio and he invited me to a casual “presentation” he was doing for Spondo.
I had lots of things on – but catching up (even briefly) was too good a chance to miss.
Over the years, I’ve learned lots from Chris about Social Media and storytelling and effective, guilt-free business travelling.
I even ask him questions about fatherhood. He has a son about the same age and has given me good, sound “dad” advice too.
Anyway, I aim to work harder to co-ordinate our schedules – so we can capture more of his business wisdom in these posts for the Chris Adams Project. (Just a reminder – I came up with the name inspired by The Alan Parsons Project).
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I’m Tony Biancotti – an Australian journalist turned communication consultant and I learn lots from former Hollywood exec and Facebook exec Chris Adams (who now lives in Brisbane). Chris and I catch up every month or so and I capture his views (on business, presenting, pitching etc) on camera. I write the text (my opinion) in these posts and Chris gives his opinion in the video.
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