Location: I’m currently living in London.
What I’m up to work wise…
I’m co-leading Escape The City’s 10-week Career Change Accelerator program in London, helping people escape from unfulfilling work and into a more meaningful career. It’s a powerful program – highly recommended for anyone in London who wants to make a career change.
Our next intake kicks off on May 12, 2018. Applications are open now. Space is limited to 30. Apply now.
I take on a 1-2 individual clients each month to help them figure out their career next steps and gain confidence in their direction. If you want to deliberately design the future of your career (vs just jumping into another job) and would find value in focused accountability and guidance, I can design a custom program for you. Get in touch.
I also facilitate workshops and speak on future of work, career change, and improving employee engagement. Some recent talks were at General Assembly, Unilever, London Business School, and Open Data Institute.
I coach writers, bloggers, and authors to help them harness their voice, build their writer platform, and ship pieces more consistently. If you’re a writer, artist or entrepreneur interested in starting a blog, growing your platform, or want help holding yourself accountable, shoot me an email.
My friend Steve and I are relaunching our Tales Of Travelogue brand – fast, fun and educational anti-guidebooks to the weird and wonderful places around the world. We partner with prolific authors to publish insatiable travel tales to a community of travelers hungry for stories, not another how-to guide.
Our first book was Tales Of Iceland. We have plans to roll out hundreds of new books over the next 3-5 years.
I also freelance write select pieces for companies, brands and publications. Check out my past work or get in touch.
Other personal writing projects I’m exploring:
What I’m exploring on the side…
Over the last couple years I’ve “acted” in about 15 films, TV shows, and ads in London (including one with British tennis star Andy Murray!) I’m currently taking Meisner acting classes in London and auditioning for more serious roles to see if a) I could actually be a decent actor and b) if I enjoy it enough to keep going.
Earlier this year I took a leather making course and loved it. Since then I’ve made several things: a belt, laptop case, luggage shoulder strap, notebook case, and minimalist wallet. It’s hobby status right now, but I may try to make pieces for sale in the future.