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Tom and Craig are available for hire as guest speakers on a variety of sports-related topics
The Busy Trap
July 5th, 2016

I’ve recently returned from the USA – heartland of capitalism and the ambassadors of the ‘go get ‘em’ attitude. I was lucky enough to spend time with one highly respected individual in the learning and education space. During our meeting I happened to grab a peek at her calendar for that week –  not a gap in sight! What made this more interesting was how affable and relaxed she seemed  and how freely she gave of her time and insights.  This contrary to what we experience so often. People who are constantly ‘busy’ – often too busy to participate in the activities that really matter –  in fact they are so ‘busy’ that they can come across as aloof, distracted – even chaotic.


The Facebook effect
May 24th, 2016

Isn’t Facebook just awash with success and happiness! Endless article and video shares and, if you’re my age, engagements, baby pics, holidays in Thailand…..! Heartwarming to see how all your ‘friends’ are doing so well – isn’t it? I would argue that yes it is, but what can one learn from all this happiness, and our own yearning for that same happiness?


Knowledge isn’t power
May 5th, 2016

A couple of years ago I did a talk about how uncommon, common sense was, specifically in the world of sport where I had spent a lot of time working. Well, a few years later and I have just had a realization that will probably leave many readers quite underwhelmed, because it too is very much in the common sense bracket, but one that is often under-acknowledged. That is, knowledge is not power, knowledge alone is not power at all, but knowledge + action is power indeed.