Choose Your 5-Minute Read
Here you are, enjoying your mid-morning coffee, or winding down on your commute home, and you’re looking for a handful of insightful reads that not only pass the time but add value to your everyday…
The good news is, you’ve come to the right place. Our 5-minute reads are specially designed for the knowledge-hungry coffee drinker, the over-achieving commuter, and everyone else who wants to start tomorrow off by being better than they are today.
This is a place where we share our opinions on the news that’s either affected us or our clients in recent days and weeks. From current affairs, to changes in the industry, to popular psychology, we cover a range of topics that ensures the 5-minutes you have now are well spent.
Every week, JTN’s marketing team meets to look through the performance of the ads we’re running online, both for ourselves and our clients. We’re constantly looking for ways to optimize and improve their performance. We base our decisions on data, and the...read more
Unless you live under a rock, then you’ll know that the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect later this month. In short, it’s a new regulation that will impact any firm, anywhere in the world, offering a product or service to...read more
‘When you get the environment right, every single one of us has the capacity to do remarkable things. And, more importantly, others have that capacity too.’ Wise words from Simon Sinek. As you might have guessed, I recently watched his Ted Talk ‘Why good...read more
This week’s 5-Minute Read is inspired by a podcast I was listening to on my way home (if you don’t listen to the Freakonomics podcast, you should). In this particular episode the host was chatting to Harold Pollack, a professor at the University of Chicago...read more
Last night on my way home I was doing some ‘light’ reading on the basic laws of social psychology (okay, maybe not ‘light’) when I came across ‘The Reciprocation Rule’. This rule, which is based on the human tendency to feel obliged to reciprocate, states...read more