Archive Category: Resilience

10,000 steps?

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I’m sitting in a busy restaurant waiting for a friend. Behind me, there is a vigorous debate going on about the Michael Mosley article: ‘Forget walking 10,000 steps a day‘. I’ve seen a few articles over the last week which question the 10k step goal many people strive for with their wearable fitness trackers. The […]

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Dunkirk – the stories we’re told

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Last weekend I watched the 2017 Dunkirk movie on DVD. It’s not the first time I’ve heard the story though.  My grandad was one of the many brave souls who was rescued from the beach at Dunkirk as part of Operation Dynamo. Unfortunately, he’s no longer with us. I have his medals though. My grandad was […]

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Taking a proper break

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Taking a proper break

A post from Damian In today’s connected world it’s easy to skip over the value of a ‘proper-break’. Having just returned from a terrific two-week break in Puerto Pollenca, Majorca it reminds me how important taking rest is. Rest is a vital part of the Effective Challenge PRIME model. I, and when working with others […]

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Why ‘weight’ for 2017?

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I’ve had three conversations over the last week with people talking about a goal of loosing weight in 2017. Eating well is a core component for resilience. So I’m always interested to talk about it. As I would always encourage, start today. Christmas is 10 days away. So instead of waiting until after the festivities, […]

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