Feedback and the Noise.

Just A Quick Note on Feedback 1.      uncountable noun If you get feedback on your work our progress, someone tells you how well or badly you are doing, and how you could improve. If you get good feedback you have worked or performed well. Continue to ask for feedback on your work. I was getting great feedback from my boss.      2. uncountable... Continue Reading →

Don’t Mention The F Word.

Back in the day when we used motivational videos in assemblies, videos that told kids that they could be anything as long as they got at least a B at GCSE, I remember being a little bit taken in by the preposterous philosophy that we were selling. We were in of charge materials that could... Continue Reading →

Who’s Writing My Life?

Imagine that our lives are novels, ones that have been written by somebody else. Each morning, we open ourselves up to a new chapter. Sometimes it’s just an old paragraph that we have convinced ourselves that we have been working on; work in progress. When we first went through this it seemed alright, but we have... Continue Reading →

On Not Being A Cycle Day

General cycling Soon Captain Candy will be pulling up outside. I've already memorised our conversation. I will enquire as to his wellbeing and he will talk for a good twenty-five minutes. The twenty-five minutes will not be good, but at least I've heard it all before. Many people tend to forget what they have already... Continue Reading →

Part of my submission

AWOL, The Story Of Adam, is a dystopian novel set in the near future when wars and climate change have remade the world. No longer an logical world, civilization has compacted itself into small and isolated colonies. One such is the Citadel that is run by a government called The Family.  The Citadel is a... Continue Reading →

Time Sack

Nobody is aware of this, but a few; me and my wife to be exact. My recent travels with Captain Candy have revealed the truth about the nature of existence: the world ended some time in November 1979. That strangely coincided with Pick Floyd's release of The Wall. It was also the time that Captain... Continue Reading →

Beat Burnout In 7 Days Flat

So, I'm doing a check on internet searches to see how much my blog has achieved. I know nothing about searches, only that readafterburnout.com should come up in a random search. So, burnout revealed an number of interesting takes. Many USA related hits and many related to getting better, recovering, getting back the mojo that... Continue Reading →

Come Fourth The Fifth

I remember the miner’s strike in the eighties as a sound lesson in civil war. I had recently left the Metropolitan Police as a result of their rather fascistic approach to race relations. Just in time, I remember thinking. Thatcher, our last truly great leader, had already barged into a boy ship of sea cadets and... Continue Reading →

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