Category: Work/Life Balance

Today, I’m looking forward to an uninterrupted day in my basement office, The Barrow Bunker. Days like this are very rare (this one has only happened because of a short-notice change of personal plans) and looking at the blank space in my calendar is making me feel excited. This is what I’ll be doing today:…
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On the recommendation of my coach Rachel Turner (and others) I’m currently reading “Deep Work” by Cal Newport and, even though I’m less than half way through the book, I already know that the author has me thinking deeply, questioning the way I work, opening me to change. I’ll not attempt a synopsis of the…
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I’m delighted that this event is going ahead from Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October 2017. Those attending are going to benefit from total immersion in their 2018 personal and business plan – personally coached by me and sharing the experience with similar couples, all of whom share the ownership and work inside independent…
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Yet again, yesterday, examples of the need for patience in business building. Patience. A delightful conversation with a prospective new client who has been “following my stuff” for years, has embraced many of the ideas we have shared here and across other channels – and finally felt the need to connect with me personally and…
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During a long conversation with a trusted friend I was asked two questions: What fascinates me the most? What makes people tick The application of technology in our daily lives The Business of Dentistry Creating content that helps people to evolve How social media is changing the way we live Learning to be a better…
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Well I ticked the box on the 35-mile Ultra-Marathon yesterday (my 25th marathon distance) and satisfied myself that ordinary marathon running is my distance and that I will not be doing that to myself again. At the start of the run I was chatting to runners who regularly smash out 50 and 100-milers – hats…
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Things we could easily do without: landlines letterboxes impression material blu-tack interruption marketing politicians who advocate hate and violence dining as a fuel stop power, greed and affluenza Things we need more of: art (in all forms) fresh air and exercise children empathetic listening family & friends dining as a social occasion corporate and individual social…
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