Hooked by Nir Eyal

The step by step approach to get people addicted to your product! We've all done it.  We've all been dead set on getting down to work, but then end up watching random cat videos on YouTube, or ended up looking at random pictures on Pinterest for hours on end. This book is precisely about that.  It… Continue reading Hooked by Nir Eyal


Decoding the DNA of the Entrepreneur

I don't know about you, but I always envisioned entrepreneurs to be these kind of lone warriors - total outlaws who have carved their own path with their innate genius and sheer force of will. Richard Branson's first successful business was his magazine business at age 18. Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook at age 20. Bill Gates dropped out… Continue reading Decoding the DNA of the Entrepreneur

Linchpin by Seth Godin

Are you a linchpin?  Or are you listening to you lizard brain and are part of the crowd? This is an excellent book which I highly recommend - especially for people who are stuck in a rut and not satisfied with their life/career and where it is going.   Not only is it for those people, but it's… Continue reading Linchpin by Seth Godin

NHS Health Innovation & Meeting Professor Tony Young!!! :)

People that know me know that I'm always thinking and talking about the future of healthcare and what it may look like. The thing that excites me about technology and innovation is how whole industries have been completely disrupted in recent times. The internet has put dozens of companies out of business.  Amazon for example… Continue reading NHS Health Innovation & Meeting Professor Tony Young!!! 🙂

First They Tell You What to Think, Then They Tell You What to Say

I got mad consultation skillz It happened the other day.  I felt like I was sat amongst cyborgs sent from the future - trained to diagnose and investigate.  Lean mean treating machines. Not many patients realise this, but primary care physicians are trained to communicate with their patients in a very specific way.  We are… Continue reading First They Tell You What to Think, Then They Tell You What to Say