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Company Culture

Whatever your business is at some point it involves human beings. Making sureĀ that they are happy and into what you do is key to being very successful. You can tick along without thinking (or caring) […]
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How to Work Well Under Pressure!

This fantastic write-up of the nightmare situation a lobster fisherman foundĀ himself in has lots of ace lessons in it. A Spec in the Sea – New York Times. I sent it out to my engineering […]

Owder and Madder

This is a transcript of an audio-recording made by my grandfather some time before I was born and uncovered by a cousin of mine 3 decades later in a loft. Finding these recordings was the […]

Jumble Sale. A Short Story.

This is a transcript of an audio-recording made by my grandfather some time before I was born and uncovered by a cousin of mine decades later in a loft. Finding these recordings was the first […]

The Coop Hall

This is a transcript of an audio-recording made by my grandfather some time before I was born and uncovered by a cousin of mine decades later in a loft. Finding these recordings was the first […]

I Took a New Job

I lived in the middle of London for five years. Proper middle, Zone1, LondonBridge, Borough. No messing. Never mind your Clapham or Brixton and all that. During that time, although my head-office was but ten […]

The Half Marabastard is Over

Well, I completed the Marabastard but it wasn’t all plain sailing. It took me 2 hours 34 minutes, which was way over my target and disappointing, but I wasn’t in the best state… I had […]

Half Marabastard Training Pt 2.

Despite the lack of marabastard updates I have been keeping my hand in to do you all proud I promise. In fact I have recently run a couple of much quicker times after Googling “how […]

Half Marabastard Training Pt 1.

Well the first of the bastard marabastard runs have taken place. It was meant to be five miles, according to my virtual trainer Jeff Gaudette on Runkeeper. Five miles for the first run, I mean […]