Category: Living

When fear comes, do 3 things

I was sat in front of the computer on the phone to Louise. We were about to host a 3 day event training event. (Global Service Jam). This was a worldwide event, taking place in over 150 cities around the world. We would be responsible for marketing the […]

Please, approve me

Please tell me I am amazing. Please tell me I can be great. Please tell me I am worthy. Please tell me I can do it. Please tell me I need to start. Please tell me I need to speed up. Please tell me you understand. Please tell me how […]

Why it took me 25 years to smile

I’d look at the camera and pull a face that said, ‘I’m really happy with where I am’. But my face said otherwise. On holiday with my friends, winning awards, climbing Himalayan mountains, epic fancy dress parties at University, travelling to iconic locations around America, a best friends […]

Signs of depression

People die because of it, people isolate themselves as they experience it and people live everyday with a burden of fear to talk about it. Mental health and in particular depression are things I’ve become openly confident talking about. I’ve waded through some dark times and learned gradually […]

A letter to my iPhone…

Letter writing is a powerful tool to speak to your subconscious. It takes messages to an emotional and fun level and really gets you to listen. I’d love for you to share some fun letters with me. It could be on the same subject, or one of your […]

Random acts of happiness

A few months ago I went on a workshop that explored personal and company values. I’ve always been very aware of living true to my values and creating opportunities that allow me to express more of my true nature. One of the values I commit to is: Create Fun, Happiness […]

A drawing of my mind

This is a drawing of my mind. One evening I returned from work with a lot on my mind. I decided to return to my childhood roots of putting pen to paper for a period of concentrated drawing. A slightly meditative process as pointed out by a Monk I sat […]