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Brexit Resilience: Conception to Grave

From conception to the grave, the UK, and the rest of Europe, need resilience and security going forward, no matter what is delivered on March 29th 2019.

Conference Shows and Quality Street

Organisers and exhibitors should be thanked for considering the visitors quirky needs. Freebies aren't the most important thing to take away.

To be continued…

Because you want and need your life adventure to be continued, and there are people you can help, we can work together to build resilience and help save the day, perhaps even save some lives too!

The humble ‘Banana Skin’ – possibly the greatest risk management tool ever

Paul Kudray explains why the 'Banana Skin' is as much important for risk managers as it is for kart racers!

Working from Home: Business Matters

How many big business decisions, are made, wearing slippers (or not)? Working from home is a positive capability in more ways than one! A text by Paul Kudray.

Not everything can go in the dishwasher

Whatever difficult decision challenges we face today, we can be overburdened as they stack up like the dirty dishes! A text by Paul Kudray.

The Generation Game: Where resilience matters

Resilience starts within the family and generations first, then grows with maturity and experience, in business and working life. A text By Paul Kudray.

Personal Trainer – Resilience Required

Not everyone is perfectly shaped, fit, healthy and capable, but importantly, everyone deserves a chance to be better. A text by Paul Kudray.

Business resilience? Or Business reliance?

You’re on holiday, sat by the pool ‘chilling out’… and all of a sudden you hear it! The oh-so-important person - talking far too loudly - on a business call!

I don’t care what it means; I just survive

Paul Kudray shares wise words about resilience he received from an homeless man.

How to be resilient in business today

3 simple things we must do to be resilient in business today. A text by Paul Kudray.

‘Don’t be pinned down by negativity’ when building your own resilience

You don't need someone else's permission to be successful and resilient! A text by Paul Kudray

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