An Olympic Medallist

An Olympic Medallist

In 1992, I started out on a journey, inspired by Art Niemann and W Clement Stone.  I say journey, but really, it has been more of a ‘quest’; think The Impossible Dream if you know the words ‘To right the unrightable wrong, to fight the unbeatable foe, to try when your...
‘Flow’ Bryan Adams

‘Flow’ Bryan Adams

I was extremely fortunate to be invited, on a beautiful Saturday in August, to Lytham Proms (the event owned by my friend Daniel Cuffe of Cuffe & Taylor). The act was Bryan Adams.  Now, I’ve heard of him of course.  I could probably pick him out in an identity...
i2i’s Action Hero – Tracy Barnett

i2i’s Action Hero – Tracy Barnett

A number of years ago, I was delivering a project for a section of the Royal Mail sales team. The project itself was relatively large with approximately 500 delegates going through the programme. One of the 500 delegates was a lady called Tracy Barnett. Tracy was (and...
The Summer of 96

The Summer of 96

Looking back on the summer of 1996 brings back vivid memories, packed with a range of powerful emotions. At the time, I was 10 years old and my dad was in hospital fighting a serious illness. However, for a football mad youngster, it was also a time of excitement,...

England 1 Russia 1

Sorry Roy, no it wasn’t ‘unlucky’ and yes, you did deserve it. Why? Well, let’s take the first 72 minutes. How awesome were they? The team played really well, demonstrating that they believed they could create problems for their opponents, score, then win the game....