• Whose side are you on?

    Whose side are you on?

    Well the last couple of months or so have been pretty tumultuous with significant personal change for me, but everyday we move forward one step at a time. One of the things that has helped me move forward was triggered by the interesting and enlightening James Clear, who I often [...]

8 Top Tips on Embedding Change

November 27th, 2017|

Given that change seems to be endemic in every organisation I come across, it is fair to say that organisations that have the capability to change effectively are stronger and are likely to be more [...]

I bet fear is getting in your way somewhere?

October 30th, 2017|

I wonder, as we get sucked into the hugely commercial fiasco that is Halloween this evening, what you are scared of? I am scared of spiders, of upsetting or letting people down that I care [...]

Three ways to help people help you

September 25th, 2017|

I recently completed the Bury 10k run as a ‘visually impaired guide’ for Paul, a partially sighted chap in his early 50s. Now Paul can see, but only in a hazy fuzzy way out to [...]

When was the last time you got out of your comfort zone?

July 31st, 2017|

I have written before and talk a lot (to anyone that will listen) about the fact that life is too short not to be the best you want to be in every facet of your [...]

Three reasons you can’t see what you are looking for

June 26th, 2017|

Any Dad out there will I am sure have been on the receiving end of this (often semi-sarcastic) refrain “are you Dad looking again?” when you have failed to find something you were looking for. [...]

Do you catch ‘them’ doing it well?

May 19th, 2017|

This blog was inspired by a couple of events, brought together after listening to the Radio 2 Thought for the Day slot last Friday – this was centred on ‘catch people doing it well’. The [...]

It’s tough being an effective role model!

April 19th, 2017|

I have just submitted a membership application on behalf of my daughter to join Ramsbottom Running Club and will happily stump up the £20 fee – isn’t it funny what you will willingly pay for [...]

Is it time for a health check in business and life?

March 29th, 2017|

I have just had my annual ‘well man’ check up at the doctors and it got me thinking – given we are all on the busy treadmill called life, isn’t it easy to get caught [...]

And the winner is………..

February 28th, 2017|

This month’s short blog is a collection of disparate anecdotes and experiences from recent readings and experiences. I am no fan of the Oscars and cannot abide the duplicitous glamorous falseness that is the American [...]

Insights from Aconcagua

January 25th, 2017|

It feels a little surreal to be sat back at my desk reflecting on what was, without doubt, the adventure of a lifetime (well so far 🙂 Only 1 week ago I was relaxing in [...]

Unexpected Events

December 21st, 2016|

Well with exactly a week until I fly I am writing this blog post from hospital, fortunately it is not me that has been admitted, but my daughter Alice, admitted yesterday for suspected glandular fever! [...]

4 Things to Focus on over Christmas

December 15th, 2016|

Welcome to the last blog of the year (non Aconcagua related at least), it certainly doesn’t feel like 12 months since I was writing something very similar last year! Year 3 was the year that [...]

What to pack?

December 15th, 2016|

Under 2 weeks to go 🙂 OMG!!! It has been a bit of a ‘bitty’ week really - busy, travelling, home to Devon, but got my training done and on-going progress.  I have now started to [...]

Having a ‘Team Me’

December 7th, 2016|

Another week and another 40 + miles in the bag 🙂 getting closer! It has been a great week from a training perspective, managed to get 6 sessions done of varying types and feeling really strong [...]

Mind over Matter

December 7th, 2016|

Another week closer to ‘D’ day :-), only 4 weeks to go and the last email from Adventure Peaks came through this week with all of the final details.  Itinerary, flight details, equipment checklists, admin [...]

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