All things start and end
with a realisation.
Otherwise you just drift along.
Had a good weekend in the East-Midlands, starting with a meeting in Coventry with my medical team. They seemed to breathe a sigh of relief when I told them I didn’t think now was the right time for surgery. They had some concerns over the operation and my continuation in sport, and the proposed recovery time was anything from 6 months to a year. We all concluded that postponing surgery until post London was the most sensible plan.
The rest of the weekend was spent at Mannatech’s European Convention, celebrating 10 years of Mannatech in Europe. I met people from all over the world who were all very positive and full of stories of how Mannatech products had helped them. I’ve only been with Mannatech since May so I’m looking forward to a long and successful relationship with them as part of Team Mannatech.
Went to see Arctic Monkeys at the Arena on Monday, I can honestly say it’s the worst live gig I’ve been to. Four lads on stage totally disinterested and half-hearted – Just because you’ve got soft long floppy hair and David Bowie’s been to watch you doesn’t make you rockstars. It’s not suprising they rose to stardom through the Internet, they were lifeless and the musical performance was terrible. Was unbelievable they sold the Arena out just because Jo Wiley says they’re ‘Canny Good’.