A Week of Coaching Old Friends

It has been a funny old week at work. It was another short working week, with New Years Day being on Monday. By Tuesday though it was as if the Christmas holiday had never happened. That was probably because for me and many others at best Christmas was just two long weekends. So it wasContinue reading “A Week of Coaching Old Friends”

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A brief look back at 2017 then full speed into 2018

New Year’s Day is a reflective day. Normally down to the over indulgence of the night before. I was a good boy this year and only had a few drinks, in front of the telly. Saying that I went for a run this morning and still felt the effects of a week of over eatingContinue reading “A brief look back at 2017 then full speed into 2018”

Coaching Conversations, and Christmas Jumpers

This week has seen my second week learning to juggle being a Teacher Practitioner and Coaching Lead. I wouldn’t say it is any easier, in fact it may actually be getting harder, however as I relax, I am enjoying the challenge more each day. So after a busy weekend taking in the latest projections onContinue reading “Coaching Conversations, and Christmas Jumpers”

My Album of The Year

As you all know from my blogs music plays an important part in my life. I take music with me wherever I go. Whether that be on my run, on the way to work, in my office and in the seminar rooms just before teaching. Music can provide a narrative to what is going onContinue reading “My Album of The Year”

Feeling a bit meh?

Well that title sort of sums up my week really. Not exactly miserable, but not motivated enough really to do anything. From a health and fitness point of view nothing seems to be working fast enough for me this week. I am not really losing any weight and I don’t feel any fitter really. AsContinue reading “Feeling a bit meh?”

Have a compelling reason to change

At some point in our lives I suppose we all decide to change something in our life that we think is unhealthy, or limiting us. For me this has been especially acute as I travel through middle age, and parts of your body don’t seem to work as well as they used to. It doesn’tContinue reading “Have a compelling reason to change”

Are you satisfied with your life

From time to time I feel dissatisfied with my life. I feel I should be more than I am, that I do not live up to my potential. I should have a higher paid job, I should be living in a big house, driving a fancy car, going on exotic holidays. I should be moreContinue reading “Are you satisfied with your life”

Free Coaching

How often does someone truly listen to what you have to say? We all need to be listened to without having someone else’s opinion imposed on your thoughts. A coach such as myself will listen to what you have to say on your terms in confidence. A coach such as myself will help you putContinue reading “Free Coaching”

Next Release from Vialetters

The releases are coming thick and fast now. Below is a link to next track via their Facebook page. This is my personal favourite. Above is my favourite picture of the band taken at The New Adelphi in Hull, where bands like Pulp and  The Housemartins cut their teeth. Enjoy and spread the word. StateContinue reading “Next Release from Vialetters”

Everything Is Going To Be OK

All us adults between 40 and 70  have tried our best to stuff everything up. We were the generations that had it easier than any other generation in the history of the world. In the UK we had universal health care (free at the point of access), free education up to University. Excellent pay and workContinue reading “Everything Is Going To Be OK”