Blog - December 2018

  • We Rise by Lifting Others

    Posted on Monday, December 24, 2018 by Amy ListonNo comments

    We’re at the start of a new week, and with that it is time to plan the days ahead; reflecting on the last week to make the next week better. As individuals, reflection is highly important, and today we are thinking about success and how we all get to where we are. “We rise by lifting others”. These are five words to repeat to yourself on a daily basis because you cannot succeed alone – success ...

  • “Everything you want is on the other side of fear”.

    Posted on Monday, December 17, 2018 by Amy ListonNo comments

    As we near the end of another year, we begin to think about what we have done, what we wish we had done and what we hope for in the future.  It is a reflective time for us all around the world, for the people who have started their dream job, to the families that came together through times of love and times of comfort.  Perhaps the shared thing amongst us all, is the thought of “what if I did ...

  • Can the Food & Beverage Industry Save the World?

    Posted on Friday, December 7, 2018 by Amy ListonNo comments

    In the first half of October 2018, scientists came out with a final call to save the world from irreversible changes, giving us 12 years maximum to help reduce the effects. So the question is, what can we do to help? Well, the recent debate has been whether we should decrease our meat consumption or not.  Could we all do a little more to save the place we call our home?  That’s where the debate ...

  • Christmas Music in Retail – Tactical or Tacky?

    Posted on Sunday, December 2, 2018 by Amy ListonNo comments

    ‘Tis the season of shopping, failed Pinterest DIY attempts and a lot of Michael Buble.  There is no denying that with the twinkling Edinburgh Christmas lights, the last couple of months in the year feel colourful, magical and surreal.  But the one thing we are all too familiar with is the Christmas music following shoppers everywhere they go. Being quite the jolly Christmas lover that I am, I ...