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Rugby Refereeing and Business




It's an Acme Thunderer. The official whistle for Rugby.

It's an Acme Thunderer. The official whistle for Rugby.

To paraphrase Ferris Bueller – “Life moves pretty fast on the rugby pitch”. No other sport has the equivalent number of players on the field with so few officials. In Rugby there is one official, always addressed as Sir or Ma’am, and 30 players playing for 2 40-minute halves.

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Making Way For New Talent




A great breakaway forcing a missed tackle and an Old Gold player is on his way to another try.

A great breakaway forcing a missed tackle and an Old Gold player is on his way to another try.

This summer at a rugby match I was watching an formerly good player play a position at which he once excelled, but was now half a step too slow to be consistently effective. His play calling was perfect and he found the defensive holes to exploit, but now instead of getting his passes off cleanly, he was getting tackled and losing scoring opportunities.  He was at a point in his career when he needed to share his expertise from the sidelines as a coach and let someone else step into his role as a team captain.

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7 Social Media Rules of Thumb




The Famous french sculpture La Pouce by César Baldaccini

The Famous french sculpture La Pouce by César Baldaccini

Despite countless blog posts and multiple books on how to use social media, people new to the medium still have questions. So here’s my seven social media rules of thumb relying heavily on the classic Journalistic Heuristic of who, what, where, when, why and how.

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