Paul McVeigh

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Mar 20

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Embracing Bad News

I guess embracing bad news comes just a little easier when you realise that it isn’t just you that’s feeling the pressure the Covid-19 outbreak has brought to all of our lives. Everyone in the world is in the same place right now. Fearful? Quite probably. Frustrated? Again, yes. Confused? I’d say there’s a lot […]

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Feb 20

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Aspirations for All

I’ve recently been the guest speaker at an event organised by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive in my home city of Belfast. Their goals are laudable, a desire to ensure that everyone in Northern Ireland has aspirations of decent, affordable housing, which they work towards by linking up with communities and other organisations ...

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Dec 19

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Past, Present, Future

It is said Christmas is a time for giving. I’ve been doing a bit of that myself over the last couple of weeks or so, a bit of Christmas goodwill that was precipitated by my birthday at the beginning of this month. I decided to give away hundreds of copies of ‘The Stupid Footballer Is […]

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Nov 19

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Trust in the Process

I’ve always had faith that if you trust in the process everything will work out in the end. I’ve just been reading a great email. It was from a speaking agency wondering if I would be interested in delivering a Keynote Speech for a ‘blue chip’ company, one of the major players in the world […]

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Oct 19

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Making Things Happen

So, how’s your summer been? Has a beach featured? The occasional bar or two? My summer was all set to be a quiet one but I’m all about making things happen. One that might, in the end, have featured any of the above attractions. I didn’t have any work booked. So the temptation to take […]

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