I have finally cooled down from my Sunday 7 mile run around my home town of Colchester. This week I am tapering down for a Park Run (5KM) this coming Saturday. My objective is to gain another personal best time (PB) as a 60 year old, and to see if I can (again) come first… Read More ›
Being #BettinaReady means taking ownership of being prepared without making it someone else’s priority/task. It is also quite reassuring to be ready on time and equipped and ready to roll.
Welcome to the Coaching and Mentoring – February 2019 Leadership Pack From Damian Piper, our Performance coach and consultant: Time for high-quality questions? “Being able to ask high-quality questions of ourselves and others is a skill worth developing” The first article in this month’s edition and also the first post I always look forward to reading…. Read More ›
(Creating your Business Plan for life and work) November 1988 – Nightfall in Berlin Even though it is dark this evening, this part of the Berlin Wall is lit up from the spotlights coming from the watch towers of the GDR (German Democratic Republic) guards from the Eastern side of the occupied zone. I can… Read More ›
Read the Dosh Winter Newsletter 2018 In this month’s edition: Dosh News Celebrating 10 Years of Dosh Project 1000 Universal Credit update Prescription charges explained Best Interest Decision Forms Annual Review Financial Advocacy in Action Please contact email@example.com if Dosh can be of help to you and the people you support. Steve Raw- Managing Director
“Hello…….Is there anyone there?” Bettina is calling from upstairs and looking over the banister. Our home can be noisy and the atmosphere is always filled with laughter and chatter 99.9% of the time – there are, after all, four adults living together in Bettina’s house. This evening, our house is unusually quiet, two of the… Read More ›
As I descend the steps from the Saxonville Hotel, I cross into Ladysmith Avenue turning left into Argyle Road. The Met is on my left and the sea is straight in front of me. I am again in my ‘Happy Place’ I am in Whitby for our annual family holiday. I first started coming to… Read More ›
My Story There is a certain point in the morning that if I walk down to the book shop, I will pass the security check point at ‘Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe’ (SHAPE) where new arrivals have to show their ID cards to the international military police. It’s November 1983 and I am hoping to… Read More ›