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Oh No!

April 21st, 2017 No comments
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image by Tom Woodward

image by Tom Woodward

I only recently realised that it’s been over a year since I posted anything here.

Sad I know.

The last 18 months have been a little hectic with moving from one company to another, and refocusing on beingĀ a husband and a father rather than on a career and living out of a suitcase.

That said there are some exciting things in the works, one of which is a book. Whilst there isn’t a lot to say about it yet, it will be based on a couple of things, Wardley Mapping and Outsourcing. I’ll also add that my co-writers and I will bring rather unique “insiders” perspective to the process; we might even start to release some drafts here.

All quiet

February 5th, 2014 Comments off
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Things have been very quiet here for a few months. Having some downtime from work and studies I’ve looked to spend time with family and make up for lost time with friends, rather than blog. But with the new year a new set of studies and an interesting workload I will be looking to pour my thoughts here a lot more.

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The (not so) glamorous life of travel

July 14th, 2013 Comments off
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BOZigqrCUAA_V5qThe one thing that constantly puzzles me is the amount of people who say “wow, you travel a lot for work!” and then follow up with “how exciting it must be” or “how important you are to travel a lot”. My response is always, try it for 2 months and you will never want to travel again. I’m always reminded of a conversation I had with a colleague and friend about this very subject; whilst we were both separately on the road and on the phone together lamenting travel. He punctuated this by describing his dinner on said trip home being a sandwich purchased at a road stop. Glamorous indeed.

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New addition

September 6th, 2010 Comments off
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Well it was certainly a rollercoaster of a week last week. With a whole bunch of scares around the size and health of our unborn daughter and the announcement that Sarah would have to under-go an emergency C-section, as it was expected that our daughter would not survive birth.

Well after an emergency c-section, which also found she had the cord around her neck, we now have a healthy baby girl weighing in at a whopping 2.51kgs, or as Sarah puts it, a Jar of peanut-butter lighter than our son.

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All quiet on the western front

October 4th, 2009 Comments off
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I do like to bounce...For those wondering why I’ve dropped off the pace on blogging, well it’s pretty much due to some craziness in the personal space. Hoping to get back into it soon and with the same level of motivation as before.

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