Monthly Archives: July 2014

Spotted at the south end of Park Lane this morning. It occurs to me that there is nothing clever about this. We all spend far too much of our time trying to balance the “elephants in the room” in the … Continue reading

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The gift of the true creative is to imagine a work from that which is not yet there and then to leave the interpretation of the piece to the observer. In this case, two blocks of wood are transformed into … Continue reading

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Ok so here’s the deal. 20 days starting at midnight tonight and ending on Saturday 16th August. De-Tox. No to: tea and coffee alcohol sugar dairy products pasta bread potato rice Yes to: meat, fish, fowl, eggs fruit, nuts (no … Continue reading

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Its been a long time since I visited our village post office in Hale, Cheshire. I’d forgotten that, to post a large letter, you will have to queue behind a line of elderly people struggling to battler their way through … Continue reading

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This is perhaps my favourite You Tube video of the year so far. Admittedly an advert for a TV series and, therefore, perhaps contrived but if you ignore that and take the 3 minutes on their own merits, the authenticity … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking about integrity a lot recently. I’m not sure whether its my age, my business disasters in 2012/13, my experiences on The Island with Bear Grylls, my knock on the head – or what? Life is undoubtedly good … Continue reading

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A few days ago I published a blog post on The Uncompromised Business and, in my haste, completely forgot to give attribution to my good friend and sometimes client Ron Renaud, business and personal coach from the USA. My Skype … Continue reading

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What a week! 6 days of work and travel that tested even my seemingly endless resources of energy. The great thing about a week like that is the the unexpected adventures provide plenty of material and storytelling for posting and … Continue reading

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Definition: A flying buttress is a specific form of buttressing most strongly associated with Gothic church architecture. The purpose of any buttress is to resist the lateral forces pushing a wall outwards (which may arise from stone vaulted ceilings or from wind-loading on roofs) by redirecting them … Continue reading

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