Monthly Archives: January 2014

How long does it take to secure a patient/client?

There is a story that, in the 1960’s, Chiang Kai-shek, leader of the Chinese Republic was asked what he thought was the effect on society of The French Revolution 1789-1799? His reply? “Its too early to tell.” In this 21st Century … Continue reading

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So – on the 17:43 from Colwyn Bay to Newport, arriving at 21:15 then hopefully a short cab ride to The Hilton for some kip before my first visit with a brand new member of my Top 20 Club tomorrow. … Continue reading

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Something happened at yesterday’s funeral that got me thinking. During the reception at The Axe and Cleaver in Dunham Massey, 2 photo-albums appeared, full of family shots dating back to the 1940’s. If perused, an almost complete journal of Ethel’s … Continue reading

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It has been a rare privilege today to re-connect with many of the Barrow family at the funeral of one of my Dad’s 4 siblings – Ethel Broome. Her son-in-law Peter shared with those assembled a short history of her … Continue reading

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Walking the dogs on a Bunker day (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

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Much fun was had at Hale Grill last night. I think they may have read my earlier blog posts on the subject of their customer service, as we were told about 6 times in the first 20 minutes that the … Continue reading

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