Last week lasted three months. Every day felt incredibly long, and because it's all new for me as a teacher having to lead a team and teach my students virtually, I was exhausted every evening. After work I wanted to spend time with my daughter and wife, watching telly, playing games, video calling friends and [...]
If we're going to live in Iceland we need money. To get money we need jobs. After the UK leaves the European Union we have zero idea about where and how we will be able to travel, let alone work, so I'm staring down the barrel of a conundrum. Whatever happens I’m pretty sure that [...]
Its like World of Warcraft for people in lycra pants.
To solve a problem we need to have an honest conversation with the person who has the problem. Then we need to show that we understand them, and how this negatively affects their business day-to-day.
A common problem people face is when they widen the gap between their past and present to justify personal or professional stagnation and inertia.
“Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth”
I love the puzzle of retail trading - but this post isn't about how I make millions (because I don't, and those posts are 99% bullshit anyway).
The Icelandic work ethic that inspires them to work to the very limits of their potential for the betterment of themselves and their community.
A visit to the Lava Centre in Hvolsvöllur: Geothermal adventures in Iceland
To the contrarian ‘proper’ travellers, roll those eyes back forward. Stop it.