The Logros is a hub of articles, features and guidance focusing on Achieving Excellence. It also includes a range of interviews from the world of Entrepreneurs, Health and Wellbeing and Sports Professionals from The Logros Show on UnityRadio.fm – in association with the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
5 Part Interview With Gary Neville
Teamwork and a winning mentality have been cornerstone’s throughout Gary Neville’s life. Hear Gary talk to Lee on Unity Radio about his career as a player, manager, TV Pundit, club owner and businessman.
I talk to Lisa Morton – from Roland Dransfield PR. Lisa believes PR should actually stand for Purposeful Relationships. A Press Release is not enough – it’s all about the relationships with journalists, with your clients, and with your suppliers.
I talk to Stephanie Newton, from Diamond Hypnotherapy and she is a highly recommended advanced clinical hypnotherapist specialising in weight loss and anxiety. She has great success in helping people achieve a healthy and positive mind-set.
Interview with Karim Samani – owner of TechCleaners for Unity Radio – The Real Sound of the City. In this interview Karim talks about setting up your business from scratch – as well as his take on what he think it takes to be achieving excellence.
In this interview on The Logros Show on Unity Radio – I talk to Umar Ali – the owner of Pie Analysis, which is a full service Digital Marketing Agency specialising in Digital Influencer Marketing. So everybody who is interested in Instagram, stay locked on!
In this interview, Stacey Copeland talks about representing her country at football and boxing, as well as Pave The Way, a project which promotes gender equality. Stacey now goes into schools, communities and businesses to promote gender equality.
Lee Dinsdale talks to Steve Chambers a body composition expert. A personal trainer for 10 years and with UP Fitness in Manchester for close to 5 years, Steve talks about how you can get in shape in the shortest time possible – and in a sustainable way.
This is the fourth in a six part series looking at Buddhism in Business. In this part, I look at how the principles of Buddhism help us to understand that there is a difference between intentions and goals – and about learning to let goals go.
In part 3 of this series of articles looking into Buddhism in Business – I look at the attachments we have to our views and understand how it influences behaviour. I also continue my struggle to get to grips with mastering my meditation techniques.
Following on from Part 1 – I continue the course in Buddhism at the Manchester Buddhist Centre. Whilst getting to grips with meditation – the realisation that the ability to “Go Forth” and help others comes to light as well as discovering “the middle way”.
I recently attended a six week foundation course in Buddhism at the Manchester Buddhism Centre. In this article I will look at whether applying Buddhism in business could improve wellbeing, performance and results. It was certainly an eye-opening experience.