Rather than spouting my thoughts this week I thought we’d have a ‘top tip’ week.
Are you a trainer?
Are you a consultant doing brainstorming sessions with clients?
Are you a business owner doing brainstorming sessions for yourself?
Do you use a whiteboard but often run out of space?
If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of those questions (which you should have done if you’re a business owner!) let me ask you one more question - do you use Magic Whiteboard?
Magic Whiteboard is a fantastic invention that I discovered early this year and it’s brilliant for easily getting some temporary writing space on a wall.
If you could really do with a whiteboard when you’re with clients or in training session this is an easily portable answer, all you need is a bit of wall space. No more dragging flipcharts around or paying extra fees to hire them in a training centre.
If you’re working on a project in the office and need a bit of space to plan things, just find a spare bit of wall and you have an instant whiteboard to plan on.
Magic whiteboard isn’t cheap but it’s so useful and easy to use. You just tear off a sheet (or more, depending on space) and put it on the wall. No fixings required, it stays there by magic (well, static actually). A normal set of dry wipe markers and a board rubber (or cloth) and you’re sorted.
One of my customers thought it was so good they got me to put a couple of spare sheets up before I left!