The Perfect Diet: Why Is It So Confusing??

I've been in a dietary puzzle for the last ten years. On the one hand, we've got the vegans who won't touch a piece of meat with a ten-foot pole; on the other hand, we've got the carnivores who are convinced that eating only meat is the key to optimal health.

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Motivation Matters: The Intrinsic vs Extrinsic Debate

As a business owner, let's be honest, motivation plays a crucial role in determining your success, both in your personal and professional life. While there are many different types of inspiration, there are two main types: intrinsic and extrinsic.

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What Rollerblading Taught Me About Business Change

In 1994, I was given the opportunity to achieve a dream that I had been working towards for years - the chance to represent my team in a prestigious roller hockey tournament in Florida. It was an incredible honour, and I was eager to make the most of it. However, as I soon discovered, achieving greatness often requires overcoming challenges and making difficult decisions.

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The Map Is Not The Territory

There are two types of strategic planning - Planned and Emergent.

In such a fast and volatile environment, it may be impossible to execute a planned strategy in 2023.  

A plan can be too formulaic and linear and unlikely to succeed in this changing environment. 

The only thing we can plan for is change itself. 

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Keep an open heart in 2023

The year: 2023. The month: January. The feeling: The same as most of us feel at the start of every new year—a mix of motivation as we start anew combined with exhaustion from over-indulgence.

If you, like me, would like to guarantee that this year will be better than the last, keep reading, as today, we will focus on how to have a transformational 2023.

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You call it banter, I call it bullying

You call it banter, I call it bullying.

When I was player-coach for Team GB, I ran into problems.

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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 young, loveable deer grows up to force drivers off the road in a dark twist on the Disney classic. My friend is okay. His car is not. He called for roadside assistance, he was returned safely home and Bambi lived to see another day in the woods. 

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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 personalised socks. When it comes to recipients, there are few things they want more than the notion of forgiveness.

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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 personalised socks. When it comes to recipients, there are few things they want more than the notion of forgiveness.

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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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