Yeukai Business Show

Yeukai Business Show

Yeukai Business Show is a UK-based podcast. It’s ‘dedicated to helping business owners and entrepreneurs succeed though the expert knowledge of [its] highly esteemed guests. The latest guest happens to be our very own COO, Paul Battisson.


Yeukai Business Show – Episode 408

Yeukai Business Show - Episode 408 - Paul BattissonThe show is hosted by Trevor Stockwell, a leadership coach and trainer.

Paul starts off by talking about how* he got to where he is today as COO of Cloud Galacticos.

The podcast is 37 minutes long which is perfect with your morning coffee or daily commute. You can listen here. And why not check out the other Yeukai Business Show podcasts too?





*It was writing computer programmes on Championship Manager.


About Cloud Galacticos 

Cloud Galacticos is a Salesforce Gold Consulting Partner with an all-star team. We are user and developer group leaders, bloggers, MVPs and all round Salesforce nerds. Our Salesforce consultancy has people all over the UK including Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, and London.

So if you are looking for a Salesforce Gold partner with experience to help you make the most of your org, why not get in contact?


Digital City Awards, Best Small Digital Company Finalist 2022

London’s Calling Platinum Sponsor 2022

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Marc Benioff and London’s Calling – Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #454

Welcome to my Salesforce Tip of the Week #454


Tip 1 – ‘What I’ve Learned’: Marc Benioff

Have a listen to the new episode of Arianna Huffington’s chat with Marc Benioff on her podcast. This podcast was rebranded this year, but you can also scroll back to many other episodes dating back to 2017. She talks with people she loves and admires in fields from music and technology to sports and industry about the lessons they’ve learned over the last twelve months.


What I've Learned, with Arianna Huffington


Marc Benioff is an awesome and well respected man, so this podcast should be an interesting listen. So it’s definitely not one to be missed. Feel free to share your thoughts on Twitter.


Tip 2 – London’s Calling 2021 Sessions

The London’s Calling team has confirmed that all the content from their speakers for the 2021 event is now available to view. All recorded sessions are free to view to the general public on their YouTube channel – take a look here. So even if you didn’t get to see everything on the day of the event, you can now watch all the talks and learn something new.


London's Calling YouTube Channel


And watch this space as the London’s Calling team are already planning for next year’s event..!



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Salesforce Developer Podcast – Weird Apex and Being Inquisitive

Recently Josh Birk interviewed my for the Salesforce Developer Podcast on “Weird Apex”. You can find the full recording here. I’m going to share some additional thoughts about the background to the discussion and how the simple act of being inquisitive has lead me to some of the weird and wonderful things I discussed on the podcast.


Weird Apex Salesforce Developer Podcast

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Love What You Do

When we meet clients for the first time, we tell them that at Cloud Galacticos we are 100% Salesforce nerds. We have team members who are MVPs, user and developer group leaders, and authors. We also have speakers, CTAs, and a number who tick multiple of these boxes. When hiring, one of the things we focus on is how much people enjoy working with the platform. I always ask “Why Salesforce?” Of course, sometimes working your way through a big set of profiles and permissions to figure out what the gaps are is not the most riveting work. I find that it is important to ensure I take time to do things I enjoy within my work to stay inquisitive.

A prime example of this is the VR setup I built with Vincent Reeder for a Dreamforce talk. Virtual Reality is cool and still fairly new tech, however it is not really enterprise friendly (as we discuss in the podcast). Still, Vincent and I took it as a technical challenge to see how we could get different pieces of the Salesforce Platform to play together to deliver something cool. Is this a completely practical exercise that we will reuse? No, but the learnings on how to use the different bits of technology will definitely help me in the future. It’s a much more fun way of learning.


Build a Career You’re Interested In

I’d highly encourage anyone who is looking to learn more about a particular topic to approach it in this way. By trying to keep this in mind I have built my career on Salesforce and have had a great time doing so. It has helped me learn enough to be able to write two books on Apex as well as given me the opportunity to speak at events all over the globe. I would recommend listening to other episodes of the Salesforce Developer Podcast. You will notice this is a common theme.

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Shirtforce – Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #440


It is always a pleasure to mention ‘Shirtforce’! Excellent designs, including this official T-Shirt for the London’s Calling 2021 event. Get yours, and look at other designs here. (All profits go to charity)


Code[ish] Podcast

I spotted this episode of the Heroku team’s podcast this week… “Meditation for the Curious Skeptic“. A great reason to listen, and a great excuse for me to give a plug to the Code[ish] podcast.


More on London’s Calling 2021

With only 3 weeks to go, London’s Calling 2021 have announced this year’s keynote speaker will be one of the world’s leading Futurists, Ben Hammersley.

Ben is the founder and principal of Hammersley Futures, an international strategic forecasting consultancy. Their main work is in guiding corporations and governmental agencies to think clearly about the future. They, and he, specialise in how society reacts to technological innovation: including the future of crime and conflict, the changing nature of the workplace and the market, and the new cognitive tools needed to flourish in the coming decades.

Read more and get tickets here.


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