My best known book is The Beermat Entrepreneur, which I co-authored in 2002. It broke the mould of books on entrepreneurship, which up to that point had been rather formal.
People liked Beermat’s humour and its sense of real life in a start-up company. They also liked the models that Mike Southon and I created: I still get a buzz from hearing people talk about ‘cornerstones’ or ‘seedlings’. I like writing about entrepreneurship – successful start-ups make great stories, with interesting twists and turns in the narrative and a genuinely upbeat message at the end (the world needs ‘upbeat’).
I have also ghosted on personal development. I have studied counselling and have done some business and personal coaching, and I enjoy writing on these topics.
I’ve been a published writer since 1991, and have written travel, crime, humour and (my current passion) history under my own name. I have also worked in marketing and PR, though I now write full-time.
I am based in North Hertfordshire.
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