The Mind Hacker & Strong Minds Author

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An Award Winning Businessman, People Developer, Culture Change Specialist and Mind Hacker!

A BRIEF BACKGROUND

Originally from humble beginnings and a fairly tough background, I invested in my own education and developed the skills to work in, consult, coach or lead a wide range of businesses: from cutting edge high tech start ups that created industry firsts, mid size traditional businesses that went on to be sold to market leaders and as a senior advertising executive with Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 global information communication companies, where I led teams to grow revenues from zero to nearly £20m pa and leading multi-million pound culture change programmes. Consequently, being singled out for recognition with 'Distinguished Achievement' and CEO ‘Outstanding Contribution to Business’ awards!


This kind of recognition is always welcome but the thrill for me has always been seeing people lift their spirits, their performance, their confidence, their self-belief to realise more of their natural potential and achieve things they previously may not have thought possible. My files are full of such stories and it's these sincere 'thank you messages' that give me the most satisfaction.


This has been made possible because throughout my career, I've invested in the study of inner psychology and the brain, including the neuroscience of mind hacking, not just to influence my own thinking for the better but also, to learn how to effectively and ethically influence others for mutual benefit, whether they be clients, people working above, alongside or under my leadership.


What I teach now in my Strong Minds products is what I've used - practical, workable principles for the real world today, backed with the latest scientific research from neuropsychology, things that everyone can put into practice to make a positive difference in their careers and any other aspects of their lives.


MY APPROACH


Everyones' background can be interesting but here'e the thing, no-one is going to write bad stuff about themselves are they and to be honest, many will will actually sensationalise or exaggerate what they've achieved.


What you really want to know is 'can I help you' in the way you want, i.e. no BS or false promises, right?


The true answer is 'I don't know for certain' because 'I don't know you' yet.


You can easily check my credentials on the internet, my background on sites like LinkedIn or other social media sites. Better still, take a look at what I offer, ask me questions from a distance to get to know me and help me to get to know you.


Only then can we decide if there's a connection of mutual value, a meeting of minds and ultimately, a relationship worth developing so that I can help you achieve what it is you're looking for.  

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