Influence means impact

I received this from OpenText this week although unofficially knew about it last month. Thanks to Michelle Dufty and OpenText who commissioned the survey and Influencer50 who plucked me from relative obscurity in the industry to make the Top 50 list.

Like I said in the previous post, influence is not down to the amount of followers but the impact you have, but you knew that before I had the piece of paper anyway 😉

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