Turning To Each Other

Here are some excerpts from a speech I gave recently at Lancaster City Hall about how in a time of crisis, we can either turn on each other, or turn to each other (my friend Mike Love gave me that line!). When we turn to each other, unimagined possibilities become the fuel of hope for a better future for us all. I broke the 20 minute speech into just over 6 minutes – sorry if it’s a bit clunky, but I hope you get the gist!

 

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Why Are We So Inactive in the North West?

So, I was interviewed on BBC News 24 on Monday evening (sorry for the poor visual quality), to talk about why it is that we are so inactive in the North West (worst in the country, apparently at 47% being inactive).

We have also pretty much the worst health outcomes, with high rates of obesity, heart disease and Type II Diabetes. Maybe we can muster our Northern Spirit and do something about this together? We may have the odds stacked against us with the weather (!), our work-life balance, long working hours and various other factors, but being active is so good for us and helps our health in so many ways – let’s cut the excuses eh? Maybe it’s time for a cultural shift?! Time for healthier workplaces.

 

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New Year’s Resolution

Tweet I’ve been thinking about making a New Year’s Resolution.┬áSo, this year, taking my role as lead for health and well-being seriously, my resolution is simple. In 2016 I want to improve my well-being and encourage others to do the same.   The New Economics Foundation have done some amazing work on how we can [Continue Reading …]

How Well Are You?

Tweet I have the joy of leading some health and well-being retreats with a good friend of mine, who is a life coach. The retreats look at the idea of alignment. Human beings are unique and beautiful, incredibly intricate and are made up of layers, like an onion. Some of those layers are individual and [Continue Reading …]