A year today, I kicked off my first ever AppsFlyer project. It was a Zoom call with Yamit, Michael, Vitali and Saima who were very patient with me. They indulged my rookie questions
On the 4th of February this year, I reached out to a number of cancer charities. My hope was to have conversations about helping them raise awareness through impact stories. I wanted to
For around twenty five years of my time on this planet, I’ve thought about writing a novel. I’ve got as far as writing an outline, sketching out the characters and even
As days go, we’d had better. Our Sunday afternoon jaunt to Kirriemuir to visit with the in-laws had to be cancelled. This was thanks to a Range Rover rear-ending an Army Land
This story takes place in July 2003 and is entirely true. I'd just graduated from Uni and was just a couple of months away from getting married. And, yes, it doesn't show me in the best of lights!
Someone asked me what I write about in my journal. Here's an example. (Contains swearage)
This is the first in a series of stories about collecting.
“You’re too close to your staff.” Those were the words from my boss back in 2011. His observation was that I was too friendly to the people I managed. I let my
This is a story I've told before. It's a story of failure. Now though, the story has taken on an entirely new meaning.
6 years ago today I made one of the smartest decisons of my life. I asked for help. Back then, I was at the lowest point in my life. Today, I'm at my highest. This is an abridged and edited version of a talk I gave back in 2016. Thanks to everyone who has been part of my journey.
By the second date, I knew. I also knew that I wanted to share the words. I wanted to proclaim it to the World. But first, I needed to inform Gill. That was
In early 2004 part of my weekly routine was a drive to Leith in Edinburgh. Each Monday morning I’d battle my way through the rush hour traffic to get to the offices