I hadn’t had my hair cut since late February. My amazing barber, Scotty, opened up a brand new barbershop of his own – Angry Bear Barbershop. I feel like a new man! Thanks, Scotty, for your artistry.
And that’s a wrap on an amazing four years on the board of IABC London! I participated in my last board meeting as Past President this evening and am so excited to see the chapter in wonderful hands with amazing leaders at the helm. I am so proud of all the team and its leaders accomplished in the years that I had the privilege to support them: Working with Anna Tavener and Anthea Rowe to
Yesterday I posted a reflection on my own coming out journey in relation to pride, and a deep apology for past homophobic mentality that was a part of my life. Today I have a further reflection: one of deepest appreciation. That appreciation is for the courageous – for the very act of PRIDE requires incredible COURAGE. I don’t for a second downplay the inner courage that I myself took in coming out to myself and
I have a not-so-secret secret: for those who’ve known me for a long time, particularly since my university days, coming out was a very long process for me… I only told the first friends that I was coming out in late 2009. Eleven years have transformed my life completely – it feels like a century ago, and like yesterday, all at the same time. My not-so-secret secret for those who knew me back before I
A short while ago, I wrote this blog post about how this time of global challenge can be a chance for strategic growth – particularly when proactive strategy is applied to one’s business. Hence, I sought ways to intensify my efforts and efficiencies to make impression1 even more of a smooth-running business for the future and acted on them. I am proud to present the latest fruits of my creative labour: version 3 of Learning
I’ve looked at clouds from both sides nowFrom up and down and still somehowIt’s cloud’s illusions I recallI really don’t know clouds at all
Happy first day of summer… and happy almost Father’s Day to all the fathers. I hope you’re having a wonderful relaxing Saturday. I’d like to recommend this article below to all the guys I’m connected to – this is a very important read about our mental health. June is recognized as Men’s Mental Health Month. I’ve written a lot in the past about my own journey with mental health (read about my journey of recovery