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“Is My Work Still Relevant?”

"Is My Work Still Relevant?"

Having always worked in a fast moving business I understand the importance of remaining ‘relevant.’ You are only as good as your last deal! If you don’t keep your work innovative you will quickly be lost. As I find myself now in the business of cancer, this

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Time To Talk Hospice?

Time To Talk Hospice?

Working against cancer is truly an international job. That sounds a lot worse than it really is. Social media and technology has made it very easy to physically share and communicate, but of course there has to be a will, which I don’t see too much of

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Are The Giant Charity Brands Exhausting Their Trust?

Are The Giant Charity Brands Exhausting Their Trust?

As most of you are well aware, I am concerned about the way many of our giant cancer charities behave towards the people they purport to help. Working in a dictatorial manner backed up by aggressive advertising, funded by many trusting donors. Much of my work involves

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Cancer Messes With Your Head!

Cancer Messes With Your Head!

Within the last few weeks, I have taken my entire family to Disneyworld in Florida, which was #1 on my bucket list. This was all planned last year, as I know that time and health are catching up with me. We wanted to see at first hand

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The Gift Of Growing Up

The Gift Of Growing Up

I can’t believe that I am approaching the age of sixty two. Not just because of my illness, but in general how quickly my life has gone. Since the incredible gift of my grandchildren, I am reliving my youth for the third time, having lived it on

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Making Memories And Story Telling

Making Memories And Story Telling

In a constantly changing world, my life is also moving quickly. I started with the intention of continuing my battle with large healthcare in 2018, but have had a total change of heart there! Now I have reached the time in my working life where I have

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Where Does Your Cancer Cash Go?

Where Does Your Cancer Cash Go?

This year I am focusing on collaboration amongst patient supported work, and how we can affect the current poor outcomes for people affected by cancer. Despite the enormous amount of work and money that goes into it, our survival rates are still some of the worst in

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I See Opportunity Not Obstacles in 2018

I See Opportunity Not Obstacles in 2018

2017 has been my busiest year yet. Thankfully my health has remained consistent, and I have been able to push forward our work with simPal, and develop my own speaking and writing work. During the last couple of months of the year I have seen big signs

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