Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) and Radiation (RF EMR) vs. Western infertility epidemic

Mass infertility: a sign of the times?

Dramatic decline in male fertility may be a product of modernity

As published on the health and wellness ideas and information portal: Natural Blaze

Modern living can be a real drag, particularly if you’re a sperm cell it seems. In July came news of the publication of a scientific review that appeared to confirm the suspicions of many a soothsayer down the ages. Verily, the seed of human existence looks to be drying up.
According to study authors at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, sperm counts and concentration figures in the West have halved since the early 70s, and continue to fall at an alarming rate. Might the baron dystopia of intergenerational fruitlessness, foretold by many a cackling witch down the ages, indeed be just around the corner?

As the news broke, Edinburgh University’s Professor Richard Sharpe was on hand to reassure us that “the end of humanity is not approaching”. Alas, those of the Sir David Attenborough (“we are a plague on earth”) school, quick to cheer the report, may have been a little premature in rejoicing. A substantially depopulated planet may not, in fact, be right around the corner and mankind’s fate is far from sealed.

Rather disconcertingly, however, the professor added: “we have no idea about what is the cause of the condition” and “we cannot remedy it”. Knowledge of male fertility problems does remain patchy on the whole; but this is not to say we have no clue as to what’s going on, far from it. Whilst some in the field may still be firing blanks, others feel that they have already reached satisfactory conclusions.

There exists a significant, growing body of robust research we may look to for signs of credible causes. In truth, one doesn’t have to be a reproductive health expert to fathom, then, what may at least partially underlie the recent decline in male fertility.

Whatever select specialists may be willing to venture, on the record, about what they know, or how convincing they find the existing evidence, the picture that emerges from the literature is pretty clear. Contrary to the dismissive pronouncements of certain on-message establishment figures (who shan’t be named), in reality we are unlikely to have to wait another generation to be in a position to pinpoint some of the main culprits. Better still, the prime suspect is close at hand, and we have it in our grasp to do something about it.

As it happens, the elephant in the room is actually in your pocket. That’s right guys, we’ve more than likely done this to ourselves. Irradiating intimate areas with radiofrequency (or ‘wireless’) transmission devices – like mobile phones, tablets, and laptops – has been repeatedly shown to be bad news for delicate reproductive cells and anatomy. Turns out microwaving your balls may be harmful. Who’d have known?

According to Dr. Joel Moskowitz of the University of California, Berkeley, “we have considerable evidence that cell phone radiation damages sperm and is associated with male infertility”. The Director of the Center for Family and Community Health at Berkley’s School of Public Health has further cautioned in recent months that it appears female fertility may also be adversely affected.

The link is consistent with the observation that Western men are the only major demographic group known to have experienced such a stark transformation. Of course, this could well be a function of other shifting cultural phenomena but it’s becoming increasingly difficult to discount the possibility that early adoption of wireless consumer tech has played a role. Any which way you look at it, growing male infertility in the West is plausibly the very definition of a ‘modern disease’.

Besides recent replicated study findings linking radiofrequency radiation (RFR) exposure to impaired male fertility, scientists have known for decades that even relatively low power intensity microwaves can disturb finely tuned, sensitive biological systems in sometimes subtle and insidious ways.

This is not, however, to say that RFR represents the primary determinant of the emergent fertility crisis, or indeed that biomedical science is close to having the precise role of any lifestyle-linked risk factor all sewn up.

Clearly, there remains plenty of further investigative research to be done in this most sensitive of areas, and a number of other contemporary thematics must also be borne in mind. These include a role for: stress, diet, body weight, temperature of the testes, and both voluntary behavioural and involuntary environmental exposure to endocrine disruptors (e.g. pharmaceuticals, drugs, alcohol, and other chemical pollutants).

For many, the jury’s still out on the effects of RFR, but few by now can deny the rationale for a precautionary approach, in view of the emerging evidence. If we act now, both as individuals and as a society, then countless couples may be spared the ordeal of having to pursue invasive, by no means guaranteed, and increasingly restricted assisted reproductive treatments in the future. All that’s required is that we’re willing to accept the mother of all inconvenient truths: that the gizmos and gadgets we’re all glued to may not just prove a barrier to truly living life in the present but also get in the way of life (rather less figuratively) going forward.

Publication News: ME/CFS Biomedical Science Article

Thank you

A huge thank you to all who helped support and inform my integrative health research concerning Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) over the past 5 years. This work culminated in the publication of the following Frontiers in Integrative Physiology journal article last month:

The Neuroinflammatory Etiopathology of ME/CFS

Web: https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2017.00088
Pubmed: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5314655
PDF: http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fphys.2017.00088/pdf

Thanks also to

Professors | Olle Johansson, Garth Nicolson, Peter Rowe
Doctors | Alan Hakim, Richard Horowitz, Joel Moskowitz
ME/CFS organisations | Action for ME, CMRC, ME Association, Solve ME/CFS Initiative
Other organisations | AAEM, Chronic Pain Ireland, EMF Analysis, Radiation Research Trust

Pills Pills Pills: Over-Medicating, Depression, and Heart Ache

It's not every day that integrative health practitioners, independent of industry interests, are vindicated in urging the application of the precautionary principle by mainstream health research, but today is just such a day!

1. A large scale epidemiological study has revealed that the birth control pill* is associated with a doubling of the risk of depressive mental health problems

2. Another study illustrates one of a number of nascent harms associated with long-term administration of pain medication (in this case ibuprofen**)

* Caused long-lasting hypertensive dysautonomia and a series of highly painful and disruptive ovarian cysts, in the experience of a friend of mine

** Responsible for abdominal inflammation/convulsions in my case (and known to irritate the gut)

Metabolic Biomarkers for ME/CFS: A New Test?

Robert Naviaux et al. have published new evidence of metabolite abnormalities somewhat specific to ME/CFS, indicating that we may soon have a - to date, lacking, and much needed - diagnostic biomarker for the disease vs. the laborious existing objective diagnostic: VO2 max repeat exercise tests

Consistent with my own integrative pathophysiological research/guidance, their data suggest that the condition centres on a common (maladaptive) systemic response to trauma (of varying kinds), rather than differential presentation of an illness stemming from a particular stressor

The aberration profile itself is said to resemble hibernation activity, arguably tantamount to organismic survival behaviour i.e. autonomic responses to systemic physiological threats such as malnutrition, dehydration, and hypoxia. Again, this conception is consistent with my review of the contemporary literature

Related article: The Economist

'Cheap Date'! Dating On a Shoe String: Some Ideas

• Check out low cost/free culture/entertainment in your area e.g. live sport, performances, art exhibitions, museums

• Check out nearby carnivals, fairs, festivals and other seasonal events

• Explore a local point of interest e.g. scenic beauty, wildlife, historic, or speciality (like breweries/wineries)

• Go to the beach/park, feed birds, fly a kite, and play catch/football/frisbee/crazy golf/basket ball

• Go for a bike ride/walk/climbing/camping + picnic + watch sunset + star gaze

• Do some photography/art/craft/music

• Teach/train each other in something

• Pamper each other e.g. grooming/massage

• Browse shops/people watch

• Cook/attend cookery class together, or consider other affordable classes

• Go ice skating, skating or bowling

• Go to a pub/bar with darts/pool and/or dance floor

• Grab a takeaway and watch TV/movies at home

• Off-peak trip to the cinema/Indie cinema

• Game night e.g. board games, word games, video/computer games

Psychological Qualities Women Find Attractive in Men

The following is a broad list of personal and interpersonal character traits that females appear (behaviourally) to tend to find appealing in males:

• Good self-esteem, backed by a deep and stable sense of self-worth

Hint of self-interest and a modest air of entitlement (related to/grounded in the above)

• The 4 D's: Dominance, decisiveness, determination, and dependability; i.e. paternalistic and quasi-paternalistic facets

• The 3 I's: Intelligence, inquisitiveness, and imagination (including wit/romantic/erotic modes)

• The 2 P's: Passion and potential e.g. as a person, 'clan' member, worker/earner

Charisma, social intelligence, listening skills, and empathy

Moral Integrity, compassion, charm and generosity

Healthy Relationships: The Three C's

Balanced relationships are founded on care and compassion and hence a function of these three key elementary psychological behavioural ingredients:

Communication | If we don't communicate, how can we expect to understand/be understood? Most relationship problems relate to this area

Cooperation | Given satisfactory levels of communication, it is important to make reasonable efforts to mutually satisfy expressed needs

Compromise | Life, and love, are about 'the give and take', and it costs little, in essence, to make reasonable accommodations for the ones we love

Bouncing Back from a Break-up / Moving On from a Relationship

Engage emotionally | Let yourself grieve the loss of the partner/relationship. This is only natural vs. unnatural to repress it

Acceptance | If it's ended then it's likely because you are not 'supposed to be together' e.g. at least one of you isn't right for the other

Forgive and forget | Not always possible but almost always healthy to use the experience as an opportunity to show dignity/humanity

No contact rule | Depending on the nature of breakup, it's often a good idea to give them/yourself some space, for a while at least

Out of sight, out of mind | Depending on how emotionally vulnerable/insecure one is, it can be helpful to remove all traces of one's ex

Watch out for manipulation | Human nature being as it is, it's rare for young people to make a totally clean break. Don't get sucked into games

Avoid revenge mentality | Apart from anything else this is a total waste of energy and you risk losing the moral high ground if things get petty

Listen to your gut | Also listen to reason e.g. consider patterns of behaviour over time, rather than just salient events/your own insecurities

Staying friends | See above comments - few can hack it but in certain circumstances it can actually be healthy/helpful to stay on friendly terms

Be around people | Also busy yourself, and do reach out to dependable friends and family who can support you as you bounce back

Time heals all | What seems like the end of the world one week can be just a drop in the ocean the next. Life goes on

Avoid alcohol/substance abuse | This is unlikely to bring you either physical or psychological stability, which is just what you need!

Talk to other potentials | When you're ready (not if you're still full of angst/in a beta or 'victim complex' mindset)

10 Qualities of the Strong-minded

  1. Stay in touch with your emotions
  2. Problem solve and be pragmatic
  3. Strive to fulfil your purpose
  4. Practice realistic optimism
  5. Practice self-compassion
  6. Seek to be your best self
  7. Set healthy boundaries
  8. Communicate candidly
  9. Manage time wisely
  10. Monitor progress

Retro-Serendipity: Redressing the Skewed ‘Dating Game’

Online/APP-BASED E-dating is dead

If you happen to be in the elite top 5% e.g. a tall, confident, aesthetically pleasing, popular, and successful, man then you can corner the market and hump-and-dump young women at a rate of knots; I do not condone this behaviour but human nature, and Western culture, is what it is

If you happen to belong to the rest of humanity then you're on the flip-side of the coin: men and women with either unrealistically high expectations (of such a skewed marketplace) or those prepared to lower their standards. Either way, it's not a terribly healthy place to be.. swipe, swipe, swipe

So, what else can we do? Well, that's where dating experts like myself step in and offer our products, services, and, every now and then, helpful free resources like my short-list of viable avenues. In this article (pdf), I go a step further: sharing some of the secret ingredients involved in the art of capitalising on spontaneous and somewhat serendipitous daytime approaches, or daygame

Please understand, however, that there is no one-size fits all, this is not an exact science, and it's always preferable to keep things real/contextual, rather than to seek to emulate an entirely formulaic approach. Furthermore, it's important to recognise the personal space/boundaries of others

What follows is, broadly speaking, a desirable shopping list but isn't going to do it for every person, and it's perfectly possible to have a pleasant and successful interaction in the absence of most of these elements - particularly some of the latter ones, which can be built into subsequent dates

My Daygame Essential Ingredients

Vibing | Getting in the zone prior to walking out. Use things like music/singing/dancing, imagery/video clips, and mantras/NLP. Being relaxed is king
State Shifting | Cycling through various social interactions, from simply smiling/gesturing to someone, to briefly greeting/enquiring, to complimenting
Warm-up | Chatting to people who seem like they wouldn't mind speaking to you and seeing how far you can get in conversation with the below
Target Switch | Switch your attention to approaching only those individuals you are in some way drawn to (doesn't have to be purely physical attraction)
Focus | Should be all on them at first - people like to talk about themselves, and encouraging them to qualify (establish value) is psychologically potent

Game-On | Use tekkers like the YAD stop to approach, stop, and open conversation with those you wish to approach. Very direct: "are you approachable?"
Observations | Communicating that you have genuinely had your interest sparked and noticed something about someone is a great way to kick off
Compliments | Incorporating a compliment (ideally subtle) in your opening comment(s) can be a good way to communicate attraction and confidence
Assumptions | Developing the notion of your initial impression through the use of assumption stacking is a good way to get conversation flowing
Statements | Avoid asking too many questions, particularly closed ones - this can feel like an interrogation/come across keeno; instead, make statements

Hook Switch | Once they've hooked (cross legs, play with hair, ask questions etc) it's best to dial down energy/intensity/body language and be more chill
Qualifying | Don’t nod, smile, agree, give attentive eye contact too much - ideally we want them to seek approval e.g. use ambiguous tone: "Ok.."
Open Questions | "How/What/Why is this/that, do you like/love" + parroting (repeat what you've been told, varying tone which they take as their cue)
Responsiveness | Be responsive but really listen and contemplate; take your time, breathe, and maintain a clear, non-upwardly inflected/intoned voice
Responses | In answering any questions put to you, or filling gaps in conversation by talking about yourself, remember to steer the topic back to them

Testing | Girls are used to sh*t-testing guys i.e. testing their metal in a social setting to see if they've "got the minerals"; turn this around by challenging
Push-Pull | Once the person is investing/qualifying, provided they're not too uptight, you can relax and have fun with cocky/teasing/random banter
Self-Deprecation | This is sign of real character, and potentially endearing at this stage of an interaction. Careful not to become the jester, however
Deep Rapport | Take opportunities to foster a sense of familiarity/commonality e.g. through verbal (e.g. experiential) and non-verbal communication
Future Projection | Paint a picture of aspiration and future antics, ideally semi-seriously (not OTT), and you may have their mind in a giddy/dreamy spin

Closing | When you feel the interaction has run its course you have several options. Whichever you chose, be sure to suggest, rather than ask:
Social Media Close | The weakest option of all but equally low-pressure e.g. "I've got to go now but it was nice meeting you. Are you on [social media]?"
Number Close | Pretty strong, but not every person likes to hand their number out to a random they've just met (unless they're hammered, of course)!
Instant Date | Absolutely ideal when you've established strong rapport and there's a mutual desire to continue the conversation
Bounce Back | Not everyone's cup of tea, and I personally do not advocate using daygame for pick-up/NSA sex (unless it's all perfectly transparent)

UK Sugar Tax

A new levy is set to come into force in the UK in 2018 on ‘soft drinks' that are not pure fruit or milk-based and contain concentrations of sugar >5g/100ml e.g. fizzy/carbonated drinks in particular

The policy announcement comes in response to related interventions by senior health care professionals/public figures, and is pitched at helping to combat major, life threatening public health issues linked to sugar consumption e.g. obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and Alzheimer's

Improving child health and vitality is the primary objective of the initiative and, in England, proceeds from the tax are to be invested in increasing sporting participation at primary schools

Laudable as the aims may be, unfortunately the paternalistic measure has come in for a lot of criticism, for example concerning the fact that:

UK Plastic Bag Levy

This is a subject close to my heart as someone who cares a great deal about the environment, and has studied the economics of the environment and centred his undergraduate Economics degree dissertation on the topic of Green Behaviour and Behavioural Change'

My sense is that whilst the policy may initially strike many Englishmen as being somewhat of a paternalistic nuisance, and the levy may seem relatively insignificant in pecuniary terms, this policy is the right move; the effect has been generally positive in terms of normative and behavioural change in the rest of the UK - where levies have already been introduced (e.g. 72% reduction in plastic bag usage in Wales in the past 4 years) thanks, presumably, to both direct (financial disincentive) and indirect (market signalling, nudge) effects

What I would like to see is the levy imposed across the spectrum (not just to larger retailers) and increased (from 5p to perhaps 10p/20p), and at least a proportion of it go to environmental causes e.g. green behaviour change initiatives in particular. I would also like to see action taken Europe-wide, and in TROTW - in time, as the problem of plastic pollution e.g. of the oceans, is of course - like so many of the environmental challenges we face today - a global one

ME/CFS and The Location Effect

ME/CFS is a neurological disorder that appears to have become increasingly prevalent in the West over recent generations and is associated with idiopathic neural sensitivity. Increasingly, patients report sensitivities to atmospheric pollutants vs. an improvement in their health when they move to certain (relatively remote, and damp/fungi free) coastal, arid, or high altitude locations: ‘The Location Effect'. Perrin Technique also suggests that ME/CFS often involves a degree of lymphatic drainage dysfunction, which has ramifications for effective toxin clearance from the body - a problem that can be addressed by way of manual lymphatic drainage

Such improvements likely do relate to mitigating exposure of sensitive areas of the central nervous system (CNS) to e.g. (possibly interacting) fungal biological/anthropogenic chemical neuroimmune stimulative (myco)toxins

New name/diagnostic for ME/CFS: SEID

New criteria for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) were outlined earlier this year, when The Institute of Medicine (IOM) - an independent US health think tank - presented a comprehensive report on the condition, also recommending that it be renamed: Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease (SEID)

Under the proposed criteria, at least 4 of the following 5 core symptoms (edited for brevity) must apply in order for one to receive a positive diagnosis:

◦ Fatigue + reduction in activity *
Post exertional malaise (PEM)**
Unrefreshing sleep

Cognitive impairment OR
Orthostatic intolerance (OI) ***

* Substantial and persisting for over 6 months, not the result of ongoing excessive exertion, and not substantially alleviated by rest
** A worsening of some symptoms e.g. typically including pain/fatigue, in the 12-48+ hours following exertion
*** Irregularities in blood pressure/heart rate regulation, associated with being upright and stationary, and in the context of low blood volume

This is an interesting, long overdue development in a sensitive/somewhat controversial area (diagnosis/nomenclature) relating to a sensitive/somewhat controversial topic (an ‘invisible illness' about which there has historically been much ‘confusion' in the media/medical profession)

The focus on the objectively demonstrated physiological dysfunction (PEM) that is essentially unique to this condition is welcome, insofar as it helps to underline the fact that it is a very real, and disruptive, disease, and to differentiate it from chronic fatigue more broadly, as well as other illnesses (e.g. depressive/sleep disorders), which may bear similarities to ME/CFS but ought not to be confused with it

Contrarily, it is perhaps unhelpful insofar as it does not explicitly incorporate the core pathology of the disease which is, fairly irrefutably, inflammation of the central nervous system

Link: ME Association Article

Where Best to Meet/Approach Prospective Dates

Below is a list of domains that offer opportunities to meet/approach individuals whom one may fancy as prospective dates, ordered in terms of: ‘relatively daunting' (least to most) + ‘social acceptability' (most to least). Visitors might also like to consider the hobbies/activities list that I often use with clients (excel)

1) Through friends/family/existing social networks and events
2) Through workplace/place of education/volunteering
3) Through social/activity groups/clubs
4) At concerts/exhibitions and other cultural events
5) Online non-dating websites e.g. social networking, meetup sites, forums etc
6) Out and about e.g. daygame (men have an advantage) and night game (women have an advantage)
7) Online dating (women have an advantage)
8) Speed dating

1,2,3) May mean the opportunity to get to know the person on a certain level before things take on a romantic element, and perhaps seamless social integration for yourself and your new date but, equally, may also mean that the prospect is potentially too safe/familiar from the get-go, threaten to complicate life within the group/environment, and particularly if things go South in the relationship

4,5) Provide a nice low-key/casual, natural, and relatively non-intrusive basis for an approach/sparking conversation and friendship with a stranger. However, one potential downside - where males are concerned, is that it could easily result in ‘friendly’ behaviour and ‘nice guy’ internal labelling (potentially leading to the dreaded friendzone)

Where females are concerned – one may expose a guy to aspects of your personality that may weigh more heavily on his mind/cause him to question your association whilst he is not experiencing you in the round

6) Daygame requires a lot of bottle, particularly in a relatively interpersonally closed/guarded social environment such as some of the towns and cities of the UK, but can be a perfectly pleasant, novel experience for all concerned if one establishes and holds good eye contact, speaks clearly and, crucially, remembers to catch ones breath and to smile - ideally including ‘SMIZE' (‘smiling with your eyes’)!

Night game is standard fare for those who ‘go out on the pull' and unfortunately there are a whole host of reasons why this is rarely the best domain through which to meet prospective dates - particularly if a strong and sustainable relationship is desired; these include drink/drug use vs. guards being up, competition, difficulty communicating and particular social behaviours in related contexts

7) Although this medium can be a somewhat useful ‘stepping stone’ tool for building essential conversational/social skills and awareness in those who need this, from a male perspective, the effort-to-reward ratio is typically pretty dire, especially if you’re:

• Young/young looking
• Not conventionally attractive
• Not patently wealthy/lacking GSOH and/or a nice ride

From a female perspective, this is a strong option, so long as one is sensible/stays reasonably safe – particularly for those females who are:

• Looking for casual/short-term liaisons or else skilled/experienced at filtering/rooting out males who are not long term prospects
• Blessed with attractive aesthetics (facial looks, bodies, heights)
• Living in large urban centres (lots to chose from)
• Between the ages of 18-30

8) Apart from anything else this can be great fun, is a level playing field, person, and personality, centred, and involves what is for many a good balance between immersive social activity vs. not too full on or intense one-to-one focus, contact, and communication

A major draw back, as with online dating, from a male perspective is that it is lacking a clear-cut, socially acceptable opportunity for a man to differentiate himself from other males e.g. on the basis of confidence, compared with contexts in which an attractive female does not necessarily expect to be approached/hit on

Link: Places to Meet Women

Link: Places to Meet Men

Self-worth vs. Self-esteem

Self-esteem is essentially about capacity, whereas self-worth is about value. Self-esteem is, fundamentally, therefore of little use in the absence of self-worth. This is why the pursuit of self-esteem can be premature and yield short-lived, superficial results

Self-love, or an internal recognition of one’s value, should ideally be anchored in an innate sense of oneself as valuable and lovable; it is not enough that it be predicated merely on being ‘good’ at this or that, or ‘favoured’ by this or that individual or group e.g. in recognition of our efforts/abilities in particular areas

We absolutely are, in a moral sense, ostensibly ‘the sum of our actions’; however, whilst this is how we may define our moral identity, this is but one component of our essential being. Stong, sustainable self-worth reflects a deeper/broader knowledge of oneself that may centre on an appreciation of our core psychology, and related values e.g. one’s ‘character’, but is not limited to our conduct or achievements e.g. within the domain of moral behaviour

In focusing too heavily on self-esteem boosting endeavours one can place too much emphasis on building self-acceptance in relation to tokenistic, transient, external factors, indulge vices like pride/egotism, and indeed miss out on opportunities to bolster self-worth through introspection e.g. relating to contemplating upstream processes such as "I am interested in self-improvement, therefore I am an admirable soul"

Every human being out there has value, and all have the capacity to love themselves – we need to rediscover the sort of simple, infantile sense of unconditional love and security that we associate with early years maternal love/support and imprint it in the ‘parental voice’ of our psyches: "I am valuable, I am worthy of love"

Let yourself begin to believe - you were created with unique, intrinsic value!

Link: How To Build Self Worth

Good News for ME!

In it's phase 2 trial in Norway, the anti cancer drug Rituximab appears to have delivered markedly positive outcomes in as many as two thirds of cases. This offers hope both those of us who have the enigmatic, and to-date incurable, neurological condition ME/CFS (aka ‘M.E.', ‘CFS', ‘SEID'). It also further underscores the belief held by researchers such as myself that the condition may be linked to insidious self-harming effects of certain immune agents (B-lymphocytes and their CNS glial equivalents)

Having said all of that, trials elsewhere are not all finding the drug to be terribly effective, particularly once maintenance doses are stopped

Link: ME Association news item

Testamonial: Mr. Morris

My thanks to my client Matt for leaving the following testimonial on my Facebook page yesterday. Contributing to, and seeing, these kinds of results is without doubt what makes what I do all so very worthwhile!

"My confidence has improved to the stage where I now feel comfortable approaching attractive women in public places, to flirt and make conversation. It's still a work in progress but it simply would not have been possible without the advice Julian provided. Julian has also helped me socialise with women more effectively. He is knowledgeable, patient and a nice guy. Who is easy to get along with and form a friendship" - M. Morris, Enfield

Link: Facebook.com/InFullSail

The New Star Begins to Shine

Having created this website almost exactly a year ago I have to admit that I have rather neglected the blog/digital media side of things - having concentrated my attention and energies elsewhere, including contending with a degree of upheaval in my personal life. So, from now on, I intend to redress this imbalance by making a concerted effort to share various (hopefully relatively snappy) insights that benefit both myself and my clients, as well as the odd related anecdote!

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