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Embracing change…

A couple of months ago a good friend was enjoying a days shooting on a farm in middle England, close to nowhere in particular. Without notice, and to the surprise of those around him, he keeled over and was clearly in a bad way. An ambulance was called – but where exactly were they? One […]

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Hidden talents…

Time and again in recent months I have been astonished by the creativity and inventiveness of friends and colleagues. Yesterday I had a meeting of interested parties to discuss what could have been a controversial idea. In less than half an hour not only did I get their support and cooperation, but their suggestions for […]

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Oops….

Six months ago I invested in a ‘fitness tracker’ as I was taking part in a team event to keep us fit during lockdown – the team had to walk the length of the country by counting their daily steps. Initially I was ‘sold’, here was a device that could track movement, count steps, monitor […]

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‘Stickiness’

Recently I was demonstration our Chris simulation prototype to an App developer. Their conclusion – the experience was amazing, but the app wasn’t ‘sticky’. In a way they were right, the simulation is not something you return to again and again, but the lessons you learn endure! Through coaching clients we have developed a range […]

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What about you?

Following my own advise has meant learning new skills as I embrace change. Some jobs I love doing while others require skills and experience I simply don’t have. Knowing this makes it easier to pay others for their expertise

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