I’ve been looking over a few of my past newsletters and a few themes emerge. First – … and most importantly, I am quite the most opinionated person I know. I seem to have strong opinions on most subjects, many of which I have scant experience about – for example how to be a successful… Read More »
The New Year is an opportunity for change. For that change to be successful you need to be convinced it’s really worthwhile because change takes a lot of effort, that effort needs energy and commitment.
If I can’t convince you that change is really worthwhile then it simply won’t happen.
So here is my list for some healthy New Year Resolutions. I can’t believe that many of you will be surprised by anything on the list.
We all know that smoking damages your health. Indeed there are over 60 carcinogens in cigarette smoke that have been evaluated by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, and for which there is ‘sufficient evidence for carcinogenicity’ in either laboratory animals or humans – but this almost certainly is a gross underestimate of the… Read More »
I’ve been reading a few articles recently about how to sell things. Don’t worry I’m not contemplating a change of career it was just a matter of idle curiosity of my wandering mind (or should that be wondering mind).
Let’s face facts the New Year is famous for its resolutions – its widely seen as the opportunity to start off some positive changes, although why this is the case eludes me. Surely every day is a fresh start and as such an opportunity to change. Why we should choose one particular day in the… Read More »
I’m a lucky chap – I get paid a lot of money for doing something which I love. I’m a doctor for entirely selfish reasons and yet I also have the benefit of doing a job which inherently feels worthwhile.
Having survived 12 years of increasing government interference I had hoped that the change of political leadership would start to redress the balance – that freedom of choice would become important again. The greatest freedom of choice is the ability to make our own mistakes without fear of interference.
I can never quite understand why January is the start of a new year. Let’s be honest January feels like the end of the year. The days are short and the weather is cold. There are no leaves on the trees and nature is dormant. These are hardly the signs of a new year.