Monthly Archives: May 2014

The time has come for a de-tox. I returned from The Island with Bear Grylls on 3rd March and, having dropped 20% of my body weight, had plenty of inches to add back and a yearning desire to eat and … Continue reading

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The old saying was that “you wait for ages and then three buses come along, all at the same time.” Anyone else old enough to remember that? The same thing happens in business coaching. I travel for weeks and weeks … Continue reading

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It was during my pre-Island stay in the Gulf of Panama that I strolled out for some fresh air before dinner one evening and noticed this sloth in the trees behind our guest house (apologies for the quality – this … Continue reading

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There has long been a distinction between: time based coaching – “I want my 8 hours with you, I’ve paid for my 8 hours with you – so keep talking” results based coaching – “I don’t mind how long we … Continue reading

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An absolute pleasure last night to meet up with Sam Nightingale and Alex Barrow (plus a small posse of well-wishers) at The Castle in Farringdon to watch Episode 4 of The Island. Proper pub grub, a few pints of Doom … Continue reading

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So I’ve decided on a new theme for my Tumblr blog – largely to amuse myself and also stimulate a reactivation of my personal blogging. I have to admit that the decision to take down my posts on The Island … Continue reading

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It was an absolute pleasure last week to catch up with Darrin Robinson, former Clinical Director of Integrated Dental Holdings and now founder of BeaconFell bikes. http://www.beaconfell.com After a 15-year spell in Britain’s largest dental corporate, Darrin decided to leave … Continue reading

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