Resilience: Come hell or high water
Sport Institution v Health Institution – same difference?
Sometimes our hardest times can be the turning point. I look back at my life and I can see how this rings true. This blog was inspired by an article I had retained from a couple of years ago – a man’s (Marc Hare) marriage broke up, he was made redundant and broke his leg […]
The NHS is an institution I have worked in for the last 15 years. However it is an institution none the less. Institutions thrive on culture and tradition and the NHS is much the same. The institution of US Cycle Sport was shaken by the revelation that one of its most respected cyclists was a […]
All aboard the Burn Out steam train?
Sometimes it can be hard to hold unto faith that we can achieve our goals. However, perspective can help us to shed a light on things. Anyone who has ever achieved anything has done this through small beginnings; it is through these small beginnings that we hone our skills and develop our craft. When we […]
An article in the Metro, March 2015 stated something many know, but yet many more are slow to acknowledge: Stress dramatically reduces quality of life and for many more, it is a leading factor in causing diseases that lead to premature death. Specifically, it states that people who suffer burnout are more likely to develop […]