Over the past several years one of the things we have really enjoyed has been writing our blogs. We love doing these blogs for two reasons:
- We can’t get the topic of Sustainable High Human Performance off of our minds so we need to share our thoughts.
- We love the dialogue our clients share with us as they digest each blog and personalize it.
We understand that our clients are very busy and therefore they have to be selective in what they can and will read. For this reason we are very selective on the topics we will blog about and we put quite a bit of thought into the blogs we publish. Our approach has always been that if we don’t have something important to share we shouldn’t bother our clients with chatter.
Over the past two years, the positive feedback we have received from our blogs has really increased. We hope this is because our blogs keep getting better but we also think it’s because the need to put the topic of Sustainable High Human Performance on the agenda is increasing. Clients have told us that the blogs serve as really great reminders on some of our tools, thinking, and strategies. Many times we have heard from clients who have told us, “you must have written this blog specifically for me because this was exactly what I needed.”
As we reflected on all of the blogs we have written, we realized that it is sad that they sleep in some archive where they rarely do what they were written for - to help our clients increase their executional stamina, resilience, mental agility, and energy. For this reason, we decided to package them in Apps so that you could have them handy when you want, or need, a blog on demand.
We are proud to announce that we have two great Apps available on itunes.
Both can be downloaded from the iTunes Store free of charge and are designed for the iPad, the iPhone, and the iPod touch.
We hope you enjoy them and please let us know how you like this format. I can promise you that there are many more Apps to come in the near future from Tignum.
by André Hartwich
Director of Crossmedia