Wayne’s work-driven world

Wayne’s work-driven world

He's been a butcher, a bingo hall worker, a casino croupier, a postman, served on supermarket tills.....and now he’s at the helm of a near £500,000 turnover accountancy business with over 400 clients. The life and times of Wayne McCormack is quite a story...... Apparently slightly reserved at first encounter, Wayne is nothing if not eminently quotable when he gets into his conversational stride....

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Swapping the bright lights for countryside bliss

Swapping the bright lights for countryside bliss

More than a decade down the line, Tim Worsley looks back on the harsh economic realities of life in London with crystal-clear recall. “Once child care had been taken out, George was travelling all the way to Stockwell and back for £200 a week. Child care was extremely expensive, it was a bit like having two mortgages.” Meanwhile, George (short for Georgina) puts it even more starkly. “I had two...

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Matt’s 10-year blueprint for success

Matt’s 10-year blueprint for success

Matt Nicol is not an individual who appears prone to too much self-doubt. “I am dedicated, I have always been committed, even now, I put in as many hours as I have always done, if not more. I back myself.” If confidence and business acumen are essential characteristics for any budding entrepreneur then Matt would appear to be a classic case study for the legions of one-man or woman bands out...

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Liz’s Love Affair with Life Coaching

Liz’s Love Affair with Life Coaching

There’s an inspiring quote from Mark Twain that sums up Liz Gait's approach to work and to life in general.... “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why,” wrote the creator of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. The maxim from the man once described as the father of American literature is well over 100 years old but Liz swears by its timeless...

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