For some time now I have tweeted daily after my morning walk with my dog Piper. Inspired by the power of taking a walk, my offer to you is to join me for a “walking mentoring” session.
Walking is one of the best ways of doing this. Walking is also good for your heart, mind and body. Walking is a creative act, listening is a creative act. As a practice, it’s all about looking forwards. Walk with me whilst we explore your life, work, leadership, ‘personal development’, through the lens of beauty and design. What does it mean to be a more Beautiful Human? What does it mean to be a more Beautiful Leader? What does it mean to be a more Beautiful Maker?
Who should come?
I am happy to walk with anyone: as I believe the lens of beauty can be valuable to all. You could be in business, at any level, or an individual who is just trying to make sense of themselves or their work. What I have experienced is business leaders, creative folk, individuals can and have benefited from these conversations.
How it works
We walk for two hours plus in the countryside, near where I live in Horningsea. It would not be strenuous exercise. If you have a dog, bring your canine friend too. The only caveat is your dog should like people and other dogs.
After the walk, we would have some lunch at the local pub.
The pub is dog friendly too.
Duration: 3 hours
All conversations are confidential. No recordings, or information will be shared publically. From my experience over the last few two years the topic of beauty is a deep dive in many ways. It can be transformative.
What does it cost?
You pay as much as you feel is right. It’s as simple as that. Your payment is based on your perception of value. Payment is made after we have met.
Book your place now if would like to walk with me.
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‘Hi Alan, I designed snow skis for 10 years and recently picked up your book on a business/pleasure trip to Amsterdam. It was thoroughly enjoyable and a great travel companion. I particularly related to the honing your craft and loving the work area, as that is what eventually helped me create my best skis and enjoy the process most. Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you’
Best regards, Matt
‘You have inspired my life and work practice, talking to you always feels somehow spiritual’
‘Simply, the conversation we had about beauty made me realise there were things in my life that were not as beautiful as they should be, quite the opposite. And that conversation gave me the courage to deal with those things and I am now in a better place. Better Human. Thank you’
‘Thank you Alan. You’ve given me a new word, a new way to look at things. And, you are leaving me full of hope’