What price loyalty?

What price loyalty?

It’s never easy when you know in your heart that it’s time to call time on a relationship. When it all starts off mutually exciting and there’s an air of anticipation; then the annoying habits and irritations begin to surface that make you question your compatibility; then you realise that actually you’ve drifted apart and only one of you is benefiting from the juncture; it’s time to call it a day and move on.

I’ve said it a few times before that our business is organic and that relationships are forged, developed and forgotten all in the blink of an eye. We’ve reached a decision about one of our relationships and it’s with some regret that we say goodbye to CAMRA.

We can see clearly now...

We can see clearly now...

Something that comes with advancing years; the need for glasses and perpetually mislaying them!

Essential pieces of kit when you think about it because without them everything is a bit blurred and difficult to see properly. It's another tenuous analogy (sorry) but it has made us realise that having someone outside of the daily running of the business, handing back the virtual glasses and saying have a look at it this way is invaluable.

Do it. Then do it again.

Do it. Then do it again.

Have you ever experienced that feeling (and I'm sure you will have a sense of connection here anyway) of standing at the edge of the door when you're just about to jump out of a plane (I've not actually done that) but the anticipation of leaping into the unknown with the fear of having very little control over what is about to happen...you know; free falling!

Do it. Then do it again.