Interviewing for a new you…

Inspired by World Kindness Day, my mind, free from audio interference on my way home from running this morning started wandering. to be you. What if you had to interview ‘someone’ to be you. What would you write in your job description? Not just the skills required for your day job, but the qualities youContinue reading “Interviewing for a new you…”

I Brush my teeth for Zoom calls…

Each day, typically mid morning, I have a Zoom meeting with my immediate colleagues to catch up on progress and discuss our plans for the next 24 hours. Having been for a run, or some form of exercise early on, I’ll have had a shower and eaten breakfast before I start work, but sometimes that’sContinue reading “I Brush my teeth for Zoom calls…”

You know the podcasts are working when…

Since lockdown I have been tuning into three or four podcasts a day, as an alternative to having the radio on in my office (my bedroom) at home. A mixture of ear worms I have chosen a number of different discussions and stories to listen to. From high flying entrepreneurs through to a bank robberContinue reading “You know the podcasts are working when…”

Do I need to be a millionaire?

I’ve been listening to a lot of insightful podcasts of late, CEO’s, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, sports people and more. They talk about operating at a high level, a determination to succeed at all costs and it’s made me re-evaluate my desires a little. When success is a necessity It seems if you have nothing, youContinue reading “Do I need to be a millionaire?”

Why marketing your business is just like a rock band.

Yep, think of your favourite band for just a second. Picture the lead singer; you understand their persona – the act they put on for the audience, and the relationship between them and the rest of the musicians when they perform. You can see the crowd going wild, singing their favourite tracks, and if youContinue reading “Why marketing your business is just like a rock band.”

Walk in the shade or run in the sun

This is statement that can be read on a number of levels, and it came to me on my morning walk / exercise at 6.30am. The sun was rising, the breeze had a chill, and seeking the warming rays made common sense as I strolled home. Talking practically The sun (in moderation, and with adequateContinue reading “Walk in the shade or run in the sun”

A tip to make time stand still

As I have found out and discussed before, time is such a precious commodity. But I’ve discovered a way to look at it which will give you more (I think…) Units of measurement Typically we’d measure time in seconds, minutes and hours. I’m not going to worry looking up who invented that, probably the Greeks,Continue reading “A tip to make time stand still”

To live, follow or chase your dreams.

At some point in our lives we have probably uttered the words “living the dream” with a slight hint of sarcasm when asked as to how we are doing or the progress of our days. I’m a big fan of sarcasm in general, but when applied to positive thinking, this sadly devalues the currency ofContinue reading “To live, follow or chase your dreams.”

Stock images selling unrealistic ideals…

Whilst building this blog the thoughts of imagery crossed my mind on numerous occasions. I could have chosen to illustrate New Working with the tanned legs of a lady using her laptop on the beach but it’s not just about that… Little changes big differences  Sure there’s something quite idyllic in the idea of workingContinue reading “Stock images selling unrealistic ideals…”

One man went back to work…

Having pretty much preached the positives from my time on Furlough (sorry) it was with some trepidation that Friday 1st May arrived. It wasn’t that I didn’t want to go back, although with a gun to my head I could have quite happily taken another month off. It was that I didn’t want to letContinue reading “One man went back to work…”