Procrastination is not your friend…
Something a bit lighter from me today.I’ve never enjoyed #BonfireNight – I just don’t ‘get’ it.So here’s a piece, from me, moaning about November 5th – it’ll be here before you know it! “We spend the rest of the year sorting through recycling, rinsing out washing-up liquid bottles, offsetting our carbon foot prints and attempting to shopContinue reading “Expect Fireworks…”
As ever, in these gloomy times, I’m deliberately focusing on upbeat moments in the past.Some of my contacts may not be aware of my background in children’s TV. Over the years I produced and directed content for CBBC, Disney Channel and Nickelodeon. It was a fun period filled with silly characters, larger than life celebritiesContinue reading “Winning an Emmy…”
One of the things that I love to do is to work with a business or organisation to distil their story into something meaningful, for both them and their customer base. Here’s a piece I wrote all about the importance of storytelling, published by the amazing folks at Proven. Saying: “I’m a Mac person” isContinue reading “The importance of storytelling in business…”
It’s all a bit full-on at the minute, isn’t it?If there’s anything I’ve learned in life, it’s this: a bit of laugh always makes everything seem better.Here’s a piece that I wrote for WesternMorningNews. It’s a sorry tale of green tights and bodypaint. Have a read of (and a chuckle at) my own personal fancy dress nightmare. “I’veContinue reading “Western Morning News: Fancy That!”
If you have chance, why not check out the latest issue of Cycling Plus magazine. There’s you’ll find my latest feature ‘Gears to grind’, all about cyclists’ ‘Pet Hates’.
Thrilled to announce that my second book, in collaboration with the amazing Spencer Wilson will be out on the 12th of March. ‘Homeworking: The Ultimate Guide’ is the perfect read for anyone who works from home, or is planning to take the plunge – leaving the traditional world of work behind. “Ask the man onContinue reading “Homeworking: The Ultimate Guide”
My son’s superhero of choice is Spider-Man. I’d like to say that the obsession with blue and red spandex-clad fella is driving me up the wall, but it’s my son who’s doing the climbing in our house.
In the 80’s when I was ‘Trick or Treating’ (it was a very new thing back then) black bin bags were the staple constituent of every costume I every wore. T
It seems to me that the candidates on The Apprentice are getting worse. I mean if the express intention of the show was to bring together a collection of vapid egomaniacs with all the business acumen of a mouldy Tupperware set, then I’d understand.