Monthly Archives: March 2013

Change is the challenge for future success – the background.

Or is it? Back in 1986, I was 16 and faced several choices as most Comprehensively educated males  also did in the British Midlands at that time.  The choices were simple. Continue in education, work within the declining motor industry … Continue reading

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Energy, Economy, Environment: The 3 E’s quandary.

      Anyone watching the news yesterday evening or reading todays tabloids would struggle to believe the UK is the world’s 8th largest economy. An economy that’s days away from gas rationing, a country that has de-incentivised the storage … Continue reading

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What Price for a Natural Treasure?

In the summer of 2012, billions across the World enjoyed the spectacle of the London Olympics. In the UK alone, 23m watched the tremendous, tear jerking opening ceremony and overall the event has been hailed as @one of the most … Continue reading

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Half is done when the beginning is (done)….

  With the UK Budget (or Budgie!) now todays ‘chip paper’, I think it’s fair to say that whilst the economy continues to flatline, George Osborne did as much as he can with no cash! In my opinion, I reckon … Continue reading

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How ‘The Budgie’ could help the economy.

  IN 1974, I sat bored in a steamy hairdressers in Walsall (called Celia’s) whilst my Mother sipped tea under the dryer, listening to the constant, monotone chunter of the BBC on the transistor radio. I had no idea at … Continue reading

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What’s in your brand?

  It’s Tuesday, which is always a good day to think about you, now the stresses of Monday are over! In a recent web-tracker report, Tuesday morning and Sunday evening are the busiest times of the week for job search … Continue reading

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More fractured trust in Banks and the Euro?

We awoke to the news yesterday that Cyprus was the latest Euro-Nation to receive a bailout, but this time, there were significant contractual caveats that wouldn’t nominally affect the nation, but would place a levy directly on the population. I of course use … Continue reading

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