Lessons Learned from the RNLI

I was at a meeting at our local RNLI station in Union Hall a few months ago. We were counting the cash from the annual fundraising collection in and around Skibbereen. Whilst we were waiting to get started I was nosing around, as I do – curiosity being one of my core values, and cameContinue reading “Lessons Learned from the RNLI”

Leprechaun economics and implants.

From RBS Chief Economist’s brief 18.July.2016 Leprechaun economics? Ireland is globally renowned for its great works of fiction – from Bram Stoker’s Dracula to Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels. And last week’s GDP figures were viewed in this light when an unbelievable 26.3% y/y expansion for 2015 was revealed! The UK and Eurozone growth rates of 2.2%Continue reading “Leprechaun economics and implants.”

The reason I didn’t get to the UK this week – not one for nervous fliers.

If you don’t like flying – particularly in “smaller”aeroplanes – then perhaps you should look away now. No flights on Tuesday meant a knock-on and no seats available on Wednesday, so postponements and apologies all round. This was filmed on Wednesday when the gales had largely abated – or so it seemed. Wonderful moment atContinue reading “The reason I didn’t get to the UK this week – not one for nervous fliers.”

Working on a Dream the LAST ezine from Dental Business Partners

Sent to subscribers on September 26th 2014 Hello and welcome to a slightly different ezine. A special welcome to the new subscribers, especially those I met at the presentations that Siobhan Kelleher & I did at the offices of Henry Schein in Dublin and Cork. Congratulations to HS on their 20th anniversary in Ireland, markedContinue reading “Working on a Dream the LAST ezine from Dental Business Partners”