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We live in fascinating and difficult times and I believe creative people seeking to be independent, as business people, have a great deal to contribute.  Those who have taken the risk of voluntarily leaving full-time employment have a role to play finding creative approaches.

I made my decision 35 years ago, when I moved from research scientist to community development, a role for which I was at the time completely unsuited!  Over the years I experienced economic regeneration in Attercliffe, Sheffield, community planning in Maltby, Rotherham and grants administration for the Methodist Church nationally, with an annual budget of over £1 million. 

After that I took stock and opted to risk my future with my own business.  It's taken time to work out what I can offer!  I've found my experience has uniquely equipped me to support coaches and consultants who market their businesses locally.  I am particularly interested in how the story your business tells is central to how you promote your business.

I believe businesses have a lot to gain through meaningful engagement with communities.  Their presence forms the backbone of most thriving neighbourhoods and we need to work together to build a new future of opportunities for all.  Perhaps the most effective means to do this is through the stories they tell ...

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