Since losing my mum a few years ago, it’s made me think long and hard about my life, my own family and also my eventual demise. What it made me do was think about what’s important to me and think about my purpose in life. I’ve been fortunate enough to enjoy some success in my life and starting my own business played a big role in that. But more importantly was the fact that I continued to learn and I still continue to develop with online training being one of the methods that I use to keep my skills up to date. However, the loss of my mum forced me to make some hard decisions, including changing my career. I realised that I truly enjoy helping people. I think that this stems from the fact that there’s been a few people who’ve helped me over the years which had a profound effect upon my own life. So now I help others when ever I can and I’ve found another way that I can do that… Earlier this year, I set myself the goal of changing the lives of a million people. Yes, I know that’s pretty ambitious, but the way I see it is even if I manage to help just one person, then I’ve made the world a slightly better place. To do that I’ve launched an Online University to help you to grow, develop and hopefully improve your life. Now this alone isn’t going to achieve my goal, which is why I’m going to use 10% of the proceeds to help build a school in Africa by working with a charity called Pencils Of Promise. So I do hope that this helps you to achieve your dreams and in return helps me to achieve mine.
Andrew McBarnett FCMA CGMA
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Mark Jennings – Chief Operating Officer
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“Andrew supported me by conceptualizing the corporate [global] vision into a detailed structured plan, executed it at the regional level and delivered this vision into the management processes within Panasonic"
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