This Week’s Business Podcast 166: How To Be Really Productive, Are Tough Times Ahead? Google’s Secret Payment, What Are Like Attacks? Buckingham Palace in 3D

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How To Be Really Productive, Are Tough Times Ahead? Google’s Secret Payment, What Are Like Attacks? and Buckingham Palace in 3D

Also Available on iTunes.Business Podcast - Grace Marshall - How to be really productiveIf you never get to the end of your list of jobs, help is at hand. We speak with Grace Marshall, author of a new book called ‘How to Be Really Productive’.

Does news of bad news make the bad news worse? We’re talking about the media reports that businesses will be facing tougher times as the world economy goes through yet another shake-up. We hear what company bosses can do about it from Russell Bowyer who is a serial entrepreneur and owner of Business Consultants Bowraven.

From the Tech Desk, Josh Alex reveals that Google paid Apple £750 million to provide their search engine to iOS users and he has details of Buckingham Palace’s 3D virtual tours.

Plus, how Facebook is encouraging you to become an armchair warrior and use ‘Like Attacks’ against the so-called Islamic State and other extremist groups.

How to Be Really Productive‘ by Grace Marshall is available from Amazon and other good book sellers.

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Let’s Talk Business is the UK’s premiere weekly Radio programme for current and future entrepreneurs. It focuses on what we would all like to do; To be our own boss and not have to worry about money. Every week, top guests who know their stuff, give valuable advice and information which means you’ll learn all the skills you need to be an entrepreneur. Past guests have included dozens of self-made millionaires, very successful contestants from BBC’s Dragons’ Den and the occasional TV celebrity. Let’s Talk Business is currently broadcast across the UK on nearly 100 stations, from the North West of Scotland right down to the corners of England. Every week this adds up to over 27 million people.
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