So the rain continued to pour until I left Reading – and then the skies cleared but, as predicted, I spent some of the afternoon making some new friends as we all sat on the M25, waiting for an accident to clear.
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Of course, we now have to transform that into clients – so that’s where Team CB will mobilise in the days ahead. My evening is topped off with a text from Paul to say that he has signed a new DBS client today – great stuff. And I should pay tribute to Hugo, the young guy who helped organise the room last night. In spite of his imperfect command of English, nothing was too much trouble – moving tables, bringing extra chairs in, timing the food a little later – and so I gave him a Â£10 tip at 10.30pm last night and he looked shocked and then smiled and said “thank you” – I’ve probably doubled his wages for the day – but he was worth it – an unrecognised ambassador for his hotel. I’ve spent the morning on-line and I’m just about to drive down to Southampton for gig 3.