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"By learning you will teach, by teaching you will learn." — Latin Proverb
I’m no expert. I just do work I love with people I love, who care deeply about putting purpose before profit. I’ve combined everything I’m passionate about (writing, speaking, coaching, connecting people and building communities) into one company. My purpose is to help you build a business that you are passionate about, that fulfils your purpose and that is prosperous and enduring as a result. Interested? Then please join our community.
Build a business with a fresh approach
The marketing industry is broken. Consumers are tired of interruption, push, mass media and the manipulation of marketing and advertising generally. They want to deal with honest, ethical companies that have heart and purpose and that care about people and the planet. In my latest book "Conscious Marketing: How to create an awesome business with a new approach to marketing" I discuss human-focused solutions to the modern marketing problem, proving that the paradigm can be radically shifted.
"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." — Anaïs Nin
In 2010 I found the courage to give everything up and start over. I sold my home, ended an unhealthy love affair, gave up my profession and business and took a sabbatical in Aix en Provence, France with my son Billy. Unstuck in Provence is my very real and raw account of that journey. This experience was the catalyst for a massive life change and business reinvention. If you’re feeling stuck or feel the need for a shot of courage, check out the book.
About a month ago I discovered the great poet and philosopher, David Whyte. It was at the Athenaeum Theatre right … read more »
A 2012 Gallup Poll found that a staggering 87% of employees are either ‘not engaged’ or are ‘actively disengaged’ at … read more »