Processed process

Are you a process person or do you simply go with the flow?

I would imagine that the response of 99% of people you would ask is somewhere in between both.

We need process in order to function correctly in life, however when we escape from the process in order to relax (eg holiday) it’s a welcome relief to us all.
Having recently moved roles, I am back to a process driven mentality and ethos… Frankly put…. I absolutely love it. Those that know me would say that I am a relaxed guy and generally chilled out. However, that is because life has thrown many different scenarios at me and I like to be prepared. I like to to look into the future and be ready for what might be round the corner.

Don’t get me wrong. When I relax I cut away from the process of life and relax. However, my now work hard and play hard mentality is perfect for keeping those processes in place and progress with my career.
Have a great bank holiday all.


Breaking Barriers and Reflection

Hello fellow followers.
Apologies for my lack of blogs, I have recently moved roles and have poured all my resourcefulness into my first week in my new role.
My breaking barriers comes when previously in my last role and on reflection all my roles up to the last role, I have and a rather tentative start. With great ideas amongst my energy and flair. I was almost always restricted to implementing those ideas from the very beginning.
Now, I’m not simply saying that I have changed overnight, but during my last role which I have now left behind, a lot of events happened. Events which pulled out the dorment potential within me. Namely getting married, buying a house and losing loved ones. Each of these happenings brings a vast array of emotions which make you a better person depending how you deal with and absorb that information.
I’m already excited about my new challenges that lay ahead. With a fantasic opportunity to further myself and protect the environment in the future.

Beautiful England

We all do it. 9-5 everyday Mon-Fri and cram social and interactive activities into our weekends.

What I’ve learned this weekend is that time away is important to appreciate the finer things in life.

Unlike flying away and getting those golden sand beaches abroad. We opted for a nice UK summer break. Aquiring a new car recently, packing and space was certainly not an issue.

The Cotswolds is on our doorstep, albeit a 2 hour doorstep, having lived in Hertfordshire for the past 4 years we finally found an excuse and reason to visit this picturesque part of the UK.

My first day in the Cotswolds… Overall review. Stunning and relaxing. I highly recommend staying in this part of the UK. Everything seems so quaint, with easy access by all means of transportation.