A lot has changed since I left behind the retail car sales industry. And yet so many things are still the same. I consider myself to have been truly fortunate to have been mentored by people who … [Read more...] about How to Sell Cars as a Salesman In Today’s Digital Marketplace
We live in a fast moving world with always-on social media channels. The demands on our lives have never been greater in terms of the diversity, yet are we all any happier?
I used to believe that humanity wasn't, yet I have now changed that view. I believe that as a species we are capable of remarkable things and are proving that each week. It's simply that our in build negativity, added to media that thrives on it, never lets these positives be seen.
There is an incredibly positive world out there. We need simply need to discover it.
In my view, Sebastien Loeb is probably the world’s greatest competition driver. Certainly of the last three decades, quite possibly ever. So what? You’re not really into cars and driving and you’re … [Read more...] about What can you learn from Sebastian Loeb, even if you’re not interested in driving?
In 2007, Radiohead had a problem. Like many bands, they were facing the global issue of music piracy. The traditional model of music creation, distribution and monetisation was broken. So they decided … [Read more...] about Build Your Tribe and Become Invincible and Impervious – Just Like Radiohead
Digital Tablets are wonderful devices for consuming content with. And together with YouTube and Vimeo, Ebooks have become one of the favourite uses of my iPad. I still recall the day I saw the iPad … [Read more...] about Got a new Tablet as a gift? Here’s Six Ebooks You Should be Reading
The latest Paris riots as I write this in late 2018 are a terrible affront on normal society. I generally have a high regard for the French attitude to authority. And I am amazed that President Macron … [Read more...] about Why People Need Help To Buy Into Environmental Change Instead of Being Taxed Into It
The Supercar Driving Experience industry is in pain and quite possibly dying in the UK. It’s an industry I worked in as an instructor for more that a decade and so it saddens me deeply to be writing … [Read more...] about Supply and Demand – the Needless Suffering of the Supercar Driving Experience Industry
As I’m sitting watching the international news right now, with California burning in the heat and wind of the dry climate, I was reminded of my visit there in 2015. I travelled there to meet up with … [Read more...] about Memories of Los Angeles
This recent cover story for Total 911 started out as a straight forward report on the latest Porsche 991 Turbo S Exclusive Edition. The initial plan was to drive the car and report on it, probably … [Read more...] about Behind The Scenes . -Twin Porsche Turbo Magazine Feature Production
Firstly let me say that this is a very, very rare post for me. I have never before publicly written about or quoted any political, or religious beliefs I hold. I don't feel the need to and I don't … [Read more...] about Brexit – Why I Voted to Remain
This is a very sad story and indeed far from unique. I feel genuinely sorry for those affected. It’s a story of how a changing market and a changing world caught out someone who’s business is now … [Read more...] about The Game Is Changing For Everyone – Don’t Blame Uber
It’s strange how certain smells, sounds and tastes can instantly transport us back to memories. Sometimes they are sad memories, like how the aroma of my Grandfather’s tobacco reminds me how much I … [Read more...] about Tasting The Memories
I love TED talks. In this age of politicians shouting, D List celebs on reality TV shows, endless repeats on rose tinted Gold channels, there’e something very satisfying about being able to listen … [Read more...] about Why Should I Quit Social Media Immediately?
I originally wrote this at the beginning of this year. Then I decided to shelve it as I felt I was commenting on someone’s misery and the fresh grief of those left behind. And yet now I hear of it … [Read more...] about Why Suicide is Truly A Frightening Thought
I met Nile Wilson this week. I’ll be honest here, even when he told me his name, I had no real idea who he was. It turns out when I checked out the guys social media stats, complete with his haul of … [Read more...] about Meeting Nile Wilson, Don’t Try This At Home, The New Stars of Social Media and Why You Need to Assess Your Own View of Others
Here’s a thought I’ve struggled to articulate. That’s pretty unusual for me, as I can generally find a moment of inspiration that lets me open the door on most of my thoughts and sends me to a … [Read more...] about Why The Word Influencer Needs to be Removed From Your Social Media Dictionary
Sunday morning is hard today. She’s not here. My dog is gone. Yesterday, I made the journey that anyone who has a dog will always dread. The final trip to the vet that you know at the outset will … [Read more...] about Farewell Big Dog