Tag: Paul Kudray

Business recovery should be simple enough to teach an 8-year-old

The future entrepreneurs and leaders are communicating and engaging with the world, using the technology of today. Children are smart and can learn new things very quickly. Today's technology is so amazing that we have instant access to information to entertain and educate ourselves; it’s in the palm of our hands. We depend on businesses ...

When your mojo drops

When your mojo drops, you can still be incredibly resilient. The last month for me has been a bit of a struggle if I can be honest with you. I needed help. I love to write and I enjoy it. Professionally, my style of writing sets me apart from my peers in the resilience profession ...

The Resilient Maverick

Why it’s so amazing to be different To some in the resilience profession, I stick out like a sore thumb. But I know that; I am happy with being different. It is so amazing to be different. I am not the average 'image' of today's, resilience professional. That is simply because, I am not. Today, the global ...

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Too Hot to Handle

Some things just don’t look safe to pick up, right? Yet others, can trick and deceive us and we learn by our mistakes. The learning that comes just after the 'sh**t that's hot!' feeling. Making mistakes is part of life’s imperfections. We might try and avoid the obvious stuff but then someone else has the audacity to ...

Are you faking it?

'Do you promise to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help you god?' Have you ever faked anything? In this world of ups and downs, there now appears to be 'different versions' of the truth; or so they say? It becomes difficult to understand what is fact and what ...

BCM Policy: the King Kong and Skull Island of Continuity

Ships log: Monday An ancient, lever-arched folder has been discovered in the arms of a body which has been drifting in a life boat for weeks out on the ocean. The outer layer of the big black, 2 ring folder has been badly beaten by the sea water and the sun; but it has been ...

A Game of Continuity: how we can play and win in 2017

A few weeks ago, I published an article entitled The Business of Continuity: why it's not unusual to be loved by anyone and I described my love and passion for the subject. My everlasting love for it and why I'm not afraid to tell BC how much I care. I care enough, to tell the ...

BCM The Movie – Licensed to BIA

If they made a movie of BCM, I wonder what the plot would be? Who would be the heroes and villains? And what type of movie would it actually be? Would it be an all-action packed thriller? A sci-fi or a romcom perhaps? I know all BC and resilience professionals have a great sense of ...