The lessons of the past

Britain’s tribal inhabitants first arrived sometime during the 2nd century. A time of identity, belonging and ownership. There were unseen lines of territory leading to tribal disputes, warfare and wholesale cultural disposition. Sound familiar? Here’s an excerpt from a book by a brand new writer… = starts = The Selgovae were among the first ofContinue reading “The lessons of the past”

When our bird has flown

Growing up in Australia, I’ve known Diane Merrick’s family since I was a youngster, she and her brothers were always sharing our apple tree, the mischief. Here’s part of the story when catching up with Diane, some 15 years later: ‘So Charlie, picture this, February 1971, I’m 20 years and 3 months old, six weeksContinue reading “When our bird has flown”

Reputable, reliable, referrable

Is he reliable Charlie?┬áBen asks. Do you know him well enough to refer him?? Fair questions. I thought for a single moment and realised that this time, I just wasn’t sure of my answer… All in business have had times of dilemma, finding the reliable trading partners, co-workers and suppliers are part of that conundrum.Continue reading “Reputable, reliable, referrable”

The human experience

I’ve been around a while, discovered some success and I’m blessed to have been working with some wonderfully talented people. Over time I’ve also discovered that success is powered by three fundamentals. Your know-how, your reputation and your network of contacts. Sounds simple don’t you think? Isn’t that how it should be though? Hey, youContinue reading “The human experience”