A magic weekend on Mt Lyford - fresh snow, perfect weather and the best of hosts in Tim, Hamish, Jenny, Doug and the whole family - they are 'Mt Lyford.' It has been a few years and the ski legs needed a major rebuild, there is still some work to do but once a skier, always a skier - a magic day and brain refreshed - even if the body is broken!
If, like me, you work extensively in countries that are very different to your own, it is always good to learn from those who have the experience - If you are looking to work in India or are new to living there then my friend Heather's 10 points are gold and right on the mark, well said Heather. Heathers 10 tips for foreigners working in India
The office was a bit white today, nice to get out on the hill to clear the cobwebs out of the brain and put some tracks in where no one else has been. More snow on the way, lucky we can do business on the web.
We were delighted to have Mark Inglis present at our 2017 SBS Annual Awards Celebration. Mark is a highly engaging presenter who took us through his inspirational and uplifting story. We have not used external speakers at our Awards before as we felt that they can miss the mark and dilute our message. We were so pleased we decided to get Mark along as he shaped his life story around our organisational messages and made it such a personal and relevant presentation to the lead
A busy day, drive to Kaikoura then a magic flight up the coast to Blenheim - a day of meetings to develop the exciting cycling projects - The Hurunui Heartland Cycle Route and the Coastal Pacific Cycle Trail - both projects driven by motivated passionate people, these projects will be a huge asset to all of New Zealand. Mount Tapuae-o-Ueneku standing proud in the morning light and on the flight home was a vivid reminder of the earthquake devastation and huge work needed to re