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The path need not be lonely
Walk with Friends
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Guidance is helpful

 Coaching and Mentoring

In software development we talk about the happy path, this is the path that things go right, and you get the positive result at the end. In business the happy path would be the path that a customer follows to travel through your company to get out the other end.  


The happy path also applies to anyone who interacts with your company - your suppliers, and your employees - but most importantly it applies to you.


Regardless of if you are a business owner or a director, you are allowed to have your own happy path.  This is the path that says you are allowed to define and receive the rewards from your business - this may be financial, but more often than not it is your lifestyle, the time spent with your family, the status or position that you have in your community - or even just your own time. 


What I see though is all too often is people working more - longer and harder - weekends to get things done - your company is limited by your time.  This is not a sustainable goal. So how do you fix it?  Well my plan is to firstly start by listening to you, and what it is that you are doing, that should define what you can delegate to others or stop doing yourself.  This should give you time to think about or consider what it is that you want from your business?  From here the plan to get it can be built, to ensure that your business delivers what you want - in a way that allows it to grow and develop and keeps you on your happy path.

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How do I work


I have worked with companies large and small, from start ups to companies looking to pass the company to the next generation, or to re-energizer the company to go forward. 

I work with the assumption that you know more about your company than anyone else, but the company needs to work for you - not the other way around.

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Some examples of how I work

People always ask me - how do I help people, and how can I change things for them? So here are a few examples of how I have done that.

How I work

Make it simple

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Understand your role

Story of Sammy

Define your limits

The art of Delegation


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What is on the Horizon?

What our clients think of us?

Client feedback is always important to me, it is the way I understand myself.  At the end of each series of meetings I will ask for feed back, good bad or ugly, feedback helps me to understand how things are going.


Guy Bulmer

Andrew assessed my position and then coached and encouraged me to review the business structure as it was and then showed me how to plan a system where I could delegate the daily tasks that I was doing to better placed people.

This allowed me to free up time and start looking to move the business forward in the direction I wanted to take it.

He was always clear and concise with his advice. I looked forward to our meetings each week, which always concluded with me feeling buoyed and enthusiastic for the coming challenges.


I will be keeping in touch with him as I progress to help me address the questions I will no doubt have along the way.



I am so grateful for the mentoring I had with Andrew Munnings. Andrew worked with me remotely (which was a real help), listened to how I wanted to scale the businesses, asked the right questions, made me look at my business growth from a different perspective and was always on hand with guidance and wisdom. 


Andrew is easy to talk to and uses his wealth of knowledge to assist. From recruiting new team members and looking at different tech processes to goal setting and handling tricky work situations, we covered it all during the 12-week programme. 


I would highly recommend Andrew. Thank you.


Please find a selection of Partners who I work with. 


Association of Business Mentoring

Professional Organisation

Change Consulting

Change Consulting

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