Is your life tough? asks coach Tony Inman

Why Rupert Told Reginald He Should Be Grateful His Life Was Crap

“My wife just left me, the house burnt down, my dog’s run off and I just got fired!” said Reginald, a miserable looking mouse of a man, his hair unkempt and his clothes crumpled, dejectedly nursing his beer in the darkest corner of the pub. His life sounded like a Country and Western song. “Never

'Knowledge is power' - but only if used!

Jobs or Opportunities

The nature of work in today’s society has changed, probably forever. A human resources recruitment manager commented at a seminar that I attended a year or two ago that “Any job that you have in Perth these days is only as secure as a month’s notice.” Now of course you can argue that there are

My friend - the coffee machine

What to Do When Your Coffee Machine Dies and Other First World Problems…

  Life as we know it has changed forever…Yes that day has come, and all too quickly I might add, when my coffee machine has inexplicably stopped working, right in the middle of making me a delicious and much-needed mocha. I was counting on that mocha to give me inspiration for my next blog when

Doing the things that inspire you

Don’t Regret – Make It Happen!

  If you were lying on your death bed right now and reflecting on your life, would you regret the things you did, or the things you didn’t do? There are those of course who would say that you did exactly what you were meant to to, so in fact it’s all about perception, but

Nelson Mandela - Former President of South Africa

Let Your Light Shine

“And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” Nelson Mandela From his 1994 inaugural speech (written by Author Marianne Williamson) President Mandela’s speech captivated the world. As a man who spent 26 years

Two of my favourite planes

Cleared to Final

After over two hours on my own, suspended in the tiny Cessna 152 training aircraft, navigating my way over the fields and railway lines of Normandy in north-western France, I was filled with nervous excitement when I spotted an airfield in the distance. That airfield was Rennes airport and I had never seen it from