Archive For: Work Life Balance
Under the strict supervision of Winston the Wonder Poodle, my gorgeous wife and I spent the weekend at our shed doing a few more bits around the place with our good friends Danielle and David.
On Sunday when they left …
Over the weekend, my lovely wife Sam and I did a bit of handy man work up at our shed.
Sam was operating the drop saw and … well … the picture says it all. Drop Saw 1, Sam 0.…
Are we there yet?
It feels like I have been on the road to recovery from this broken ankle for eons, but it has only been a matter of months. I have had the screws and metal work …
Image: The view from the west wing in the Shed looking to the North.
The worst spot for me to be is in my own head.
I have thoughts that circle around so much that sometimes I find it …
Today marks the last day of the fifth week of my broken leg and ankle (not that I am counting).
When I talk with my friends, family and customers they are quite surprised how positive I am.
Now don’t get …
It seems I have caused myself a little damage. I was going for a short ride and right outside the front of my house, the back wheel slipped and I fell breaking my ankle.
I was going about 10 …
By now you will have seen all the “New Year, New Goals”, “Make 2017 Your Own”, “Get Things Done in 2017” kind of posts.
January is the time of year that Gym business make their money and in …
This is the venue where I am hosting the 2016 Professional Conference Organisers Association Conference.
Everything is good to go.
The venue is all dressed up.
My run sheets are finalised.
Introductions are all complete.
Speakers have been briefed.
Having a Vision for the future is so important. It drives your actions and desires and gives you a reason to do what you do. It helps define your “Why.”
Of late, we have seen politicians the …
It has been said that business is a game. If so, how do you play?
Who is the winner at the end?
Who is the winner as you go?
The arts are a great place for competition. The …