Why do you work in the field of personal performance improvement?
After a long career in policing I have always wanted to help others. I really enjoy making a difference, improving lives, and seeing the changes others can make.
Who inspires you most in life and why?
This has to be those who despite tremendous personal challenges still manage to achieve great things. Years ago when running the London Marathon there was another runner at the start who was 85 years old!
What three words would best describe you?
Determined, persistent, positive.
Where’s your favourite destination and why?
Has to be the racetrack where I can enjoy my passion for motorcycle racing.
If you had a ‘super power’, what would it be and how would you use it?
The ability to stop people worrying about the small stuff, and losing perspective.
Which book that you’ve read has had the most impact on you?
Ian Blairs book – Policing Controversy. Ian was the Commissioner of the Met during the London Bombings in 2005, a fascinating read and a great insight into the pressures on policing.
What’s your guilty pleasure?
A couple of beers and a curry! Can’t beat it.
What one piece of advice have you learned from others that you would pass on to someone?
The importance of time, don’t keep putting things off, do it today.