Category: Work/Life Balance

There comes a moment in personal or business development when we PIVOT. At that moment, the course changes in a fundamentally new direction. The old rules become history. The new rules become your bigger future. For my clients there are numerous examples of PIVOTal decisions: to finally leave the NHS and offer an independent solution…
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So here goes with Chris Barrow ColdTurkeyTober stats: My weight – 74Kg (ideal for my age/height is 70.85). My BMI – 22.6 (normal for my age/height is between 18.5 and 25). Calories required per day to stay the same = 2476. Calories to lose weight would be c.2,000.   We’ll see how the month proceeds…
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Do you ever get sick of the state you are in? I seem to be accumulating tolerations at the moment and the other day it dawned on me that I’ve fallen into the trap of letting all those little things build up into a big thing. I’m equally sick of listening to myself moan about…
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  My 27th marathon in Nottingham yesterday with Josh Barrow was definitely not the most fun I’ve ever had. It was a hot, sunny day. My training and nutrition beforehand weren’t up to scratch and I wasn’t rested enough. The course is beautiful but demanding, both physically and psychologically. Something happened that I’ve never experienced…
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Setting 90-day goals has been at the centre of the personal and professional development work I do with clients ever since I first read “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” back in 1989. Today’s post is short and sweet, simply introducing you to updated versions of an old favourite. You can download here personal…
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There’s something about running your own small business. To quote my friend and client Dapo Olotu, founder of Dental 397 in Exeter: finding the marriage between drive and love We love our family and friends, our team and patients – most of the time. We are driven by the responsibilities of our business. Driven: to…
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