Andrew’s Blog: Money won’t make you happier, but this will.

A friend of mine recently swerved and crashed to avoid hitting a deer with his car. He is fine. So is the deer. This blog isn't about reshaping the Bambi narrative where the…


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Andrew’s Blog: The Truth, The Whole Truth and Everything But The Truth

Forgiveness is said to be one of the most precious gifts we can bestow on others. More valuable than gold. More precious than diamonds. And an even more personal gift than…


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Andrew’s Blog: The Unforgivable (And How To Avoid It).

Forgiveness is said to be one of the most precious gifts we can bestow on others. More valuable than gold. More precious than diamonds. And an even more personal gift than…


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Andrew’s Blog: How To Score…Not Like That…

We all want to get on the score sheet. Whether at work, with our friends/family or in the game, everyone wants to be noticed for their efforts.


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Andrew’s Blog: From Frustration to Innovation

I am not a data-driven person. I don't get my kicks from forensically going over spreadsheets with a fine-tooth comb. I am not excited by graphs displaying information like an…


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Andrew’s Blog: How To Save The Planet and Other Achievable Goals

You can forget about the Earth's increasing temperature. You can, guilt-free, stay in your pyjamas for breakfast and lunch. It is on Sunday morning, where you can be as laidback…


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Andrew’s Blog: Opening Doors and a Can of Worms

The other day I held the door open for my daughter, and she asked me, “Daddy, why do girls always go first?”  My daughter is seven years old. She is head-strong, clever, brave and…


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Andrew’s Blog: Don’t Sugar the Pill

I have made grown men cry. I am not bragging about this. I am also not suggesting that grown men should not cry. Quite the opposite, I am happy to see a rejection of the toxic…


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Andrew’s Blog: “You’re Failing” – and Other Loud Thoughts in Your Head.

If your inner voice is as loud and as consistent as mine, you will probably have doubted every single decision you make. I often think that I am failing as a husband or letting my…


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Andrew’s Blog: This is Hard to Swallow

It is difficult, maybe even impossible, to imagine that the most dangerous and potentially damaging things to your health in your kitchen are not the sharp knives or that…


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