GUEST BLOG 6 : Michael Townsend Williams

Welldoing – for doers who forget to be and beings who forget to do. Following 20 years of obsessive doing in advertising with 10 years of obsessive being as a yoga and mindfulness coach I now work on the synthesis of being and doing. Along with a clear sense of purpose and direction this provides…

GUEST BLOG 5 : Andy Maslen

Those who can, teach.  Can you remember a favourite teacher from your schooldays? Someone who inspired you? Someone who really made a difference in your life? For me it was Mr Dearman at my junior school. We called him Doddy. He taught us science and let us do practical stuff that was really exciting, not…

FREE WORKBOOK : My Living Legacy

If you’re serious about making a difference, but you’re not sure what to do or how to do it, this FREE WORKBOOK will help. We call the approach your Living Legacy. Download your free Living Legacy workbook here. This is a fillable pdf which you can save and return to again and again… There are nine…

GUEST BLOG 4 : Tim Drake

We are not chameleons. It was said in defence of the guards in the concentration camps that they were kind to their dogs. So they retained some traces of human decency, despite working in a micro culture of gratuitous brutality. A psychological experiment at Harvard during the early sixties put ordinary citizens in a position…

GUEST BLOG 3 : Sasha Dichter

Not long ago, a group of senior executives asked me to speak to them about generosity. So I started the conversation by asking each of them to share what generosity meant to them. Perhaps I shouldn’t have been surprised, but what I heard back were examples of niceties, little things they did on the side,…

GUEST BLOG 2 : Stewart Fleming

What was Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, thinking of when he noted in his BBC radio interview on the Today programme (Tuesday 31 December) that businessmen like Barclays Bank boss Antony Jenkins are “dealing with the impact of 30 years in which there was strong pressure to go in one direction?” What is it…