You may have seen on Twitter and Facebook that I delivered a keynote speech last Friday? AJ and Melissa put me forward to their friend Phil McKenzie as a speaker for his amazing project http://www.influencercon.com in NYC, LDN and Berlin. The 40 minute speech outlines my story, how I dealt with being disabled, the way I… Continue Reading
When Srin, Toby and I set off to the big apple with Lena, Kurtly and Bjorn as carers, who knew what fun would ensue! Here is the outcome via the medium of flipcammed video footage.
As referenced in a recent blog post, I have not been so prolific with my article writing of late. In all honesty my efforts have been on grasping self employment, reflecting on our progress in changing the world for disabled people and planning the coming months. Enough of the excuses though because I am now… Continue Reading
Fresh from running my baby and creation #disabilitywebinars last night – I realised many people are still a little confused what a webinar is. Having run a few, I am now feeling comfortable with the complex technology alongside the challenges of presenting and fielding questions. So, I thought it was time to tell you the… Continue Reading
I have almost finished my e-book! It is going through proofing and then I can get it out to you. If you don’t remember it is on a theory I have conceived about being disabled, having life goals and then the resources to reach them. It is called the Diamond Theory… Also Srin, our volunteer… Continue Reading
I have always planned to travel more now my work is online and remote. Whilst I am planning some further flung places later in the year, it made sense to start with the UK. I have picked the four options, they are spread all over the UK and would be an enjoyable visit regardless. However… Continue Reading
Hey guys, another great Monday morning for me! Hope you all had a good weekend and are feeling ok on this sunny Monday. This is a rather different catch up blog. I can tell you last week really took it out of me, but the first disability webinar was a definite success. I had a… Continue Reading