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Julian Summerhayes
Worked at Boyce Hatton
Attended University of Plymouth
Lives in South Brent
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“You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you.”  ―  Ray Bradbury ,  Zen in the Art of Writing This time of year, there will be heaps of posts talking about a new 'trick' to transform your life. The truth is there are very few that will make ...
“You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you.” ― Ray Bradbury, Zen in the Art of Writing This time of year, there will be heaps of posts talking about a new 'trick' to transform your life. The truth is there ...
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Today's audio on Audioboom.
In today's podcast, I talk about the need to consider my style of blogging/writing. In short, should I open up more about what I'm doing, where I'm going and a few more snippets of personal information?
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In today's audio, I talk a little bit about my continued clean up but this time it's the physical space, i.e. my office.
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Today's podcast on +audioBoom
In today's podcast, I explain why I'm cutting back on social media, deleting my accounts and my continued exploration of #nonduality.
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A podcast to reflect my turning towards non-duality (which of course is nothing of the sort) and sustainability or the protection of mother earth
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A little post to Blogger.
“You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you.” ― Ray Bradbury, Zen in the Art of Writing This time of year, there will be heaps of posts talking about a new 'trick' to transform your life. The truth is there ...
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Today's podcast on +audioBoom
In today's podcast I reflect again on the need to focus on my work. #simplicity
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A very rare video of me 😊🐕💨
Today's walk around the village. #2017 will be different.
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I’m sharing this only because I thought it was on point with a number of the things I’ve recently been writing about. //embeds.audioboom.com/posts/5395459-non-duality-the-environment/embed/v4?eid=AQAAAJlmUVgDVFIA
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awaken, to true self
Introduction

“Your own Self-Realization is the greatest service you can render the world.” ― Ramana Maharshi

As someone who's lived the apparent dream, I now work with individuals and groups on awakening to true self through a process of quiet contemplation, self-inquiry and a direct examination of the inner terrain.

To connect please send me an email at juliansummerhayes@gmail.com




Bragging rights
Survived being a Dad - so far!
Education
  • University of Plymouth
    Law, 1992 - 1995
  • University of Exeter
    LPC, 1995 - 1996
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Birthday
August 1, 1967
Relationship
Married
Work
Occupation
CEO, Speaker and Coach
Skills
Marketing, PR, Social Media, Sales, Writing, Blogging, Coaching, Self-enquiry
Employment
  • Boyce Hatton
    CEO, 2014 - 2016
    Developing the firm's strategic approach and business transformation
  • Julian Summerhayes
    Consultant, coach and speaker, 2010 - present
    I’m 49 years old, married and have three amazing children. I was born in Devon, England and, despite a peripatetic life in my early years, I’ve lived in Devon since 1992 — it’s my spiritual home. At this point, I could list all I’ve done but that’s pointless. What’s important is what lies ahead. Oh sure, I’ve accumulated a bushel of skills and held a number of senior roles but, in hindsight, they masked the undivided me. If you’re interested to know more, you can read my blog, subscribe to my newsletter or listen to my podcasts on Soundcloud. Like most people, and at some stage, I’m asked what I do. I struggle to answer that question save to say that whether in an organizational or personal setting my message is clear: to become what you truly are. If you’d like to work with me, please feel free to check out my Services and let me know how I can help.
  • Bond Pearce
    Associate, 2000 - 2008
  • Clarke Willmott
    Solicitor, 1998 - 1999
  • Stones
    Solicitor, 1999 - 1999
  • Tozers
    Trainee Solicitor, 1996 - 1998
  • Foot Anstey
    Associate, 2008 - 2010
  • WBW Solicitors LLP
    Business Development Manager, 2010 - 2011
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Currently
South Brent
Previously
Paignton - London, South Africa
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07588815384
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Julian Summerhayes's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
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The plight of the partridge: confined, distressed, maimed - then shot fo...
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Forget pear trees. Today's partridges are unlikely to have seen much beyond the barren confines of their cages until they are released to be

Water is a human right! Detroit's lessons for our common future
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Detroit is the site of a neoliberal experiment that's already being repeated elsewhere, writes Chris Grove, with unpayable debt used to forc

Global warming's record-breaking trend continues
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A detailed update of key climate indicators by hundreds of scientists reveals that 2014 saw rises in temperatures, sea levels and greenhouse

Will the Publishers of the Future Even Have Websites?
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A discussion about whether hosting content on social networks is sustainable for publishers, and the tools that are already pushing us in th

Danger Mice | George Monbiot
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Beware of politicians making themselves look big by inflating security threats. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 22nd July 2015.

Something rotten in the state of Europe
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As the EU comes down for neoliberalism, austerity and capital against popular will, Greens and other 'progressives' must prepare to switch s

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Organisers of Austrian event EARTHtalks plan to live-stream the event in London for the first time, opening up the climate conversation to a

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A conversation with Twitter’s Niki Lustig about how the social media giant fosters a sense of purpose among their employees.

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50 Shades of Content Marketing for Law Firms
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Content is key to finding and validating prospective firms and law firms are getting on board to promote their brand, establish expertise an

Lost in the 21st Century | George Monbiot
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Consumerism has broken its promise. Perhaps now we can begin to reconnect. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 4th February 2015. A

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The most amazing place you will ever visit. A spiritual feast of experiences await.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Dreadful experience. I went in on Easter Sunday with my three children aged 10, 15 and 17. It was pouring with rain, and we were pleased to have the opportunity to share what we thought would be a welcoming experience in old-worldy surroundings. Even before we had sat I was set upon by one of the staff who rudely enquired if we were residents or guests. When I told her we were guests, she effectively ushered us out the bar area - which looked more like a coffee shop. We were told that if we wanted to stay we had to move next door (in other words we don't want your custom), nothwithstanding there were plenty of tables. I recall now that the last time I went in it was also a miserable experience as there was blocked chimney and the smell internally was awful. My advice is that if you have a family, go somewhere else. There are plenty of other nice places to eat in Dartmouth.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Why the attraction? Nothing here.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Great place for a quick coffee and they were one of the first places in Totnes to offer free Wi-fi. The cakes are OK but they could do a bit around making more stuff on the premises. I usually go there to catch up with my emails. The better experience is to take the kids to the painting area and have a coffee. The staff are always helpful and quite a few adults also hang out to paint a plate or two.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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This was the second time I stayed at the hotel. The first time I was in a room overlooking the car park. Although the hotel has been recently refurbished, everything feels it has been squeezed in to accommodate the building. It was reasonably well appointed although the bathroom felt tired. This time (23 April) I was put in the front of the hotel. It was a miserable experience as there is a pub and restaurant immediately opposite, and all I could hear was the crowd opposite getting steadily more drunk and raucous. As a consequence I slept poorly. If I was looking to stay in Southampton again I would stay at the Jury's. The rooms are nicer, quieter and overall it is a better experience. In my book the Mercure does not warrant the £90 per night for a single room with nothing else. It was more in the Premier Inn category.
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Quality: Poor - FairFacilities: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I was privileged to attend several of the Zen classes (and I still intend to do so). I had never properly sat before, but I was made to feel very welcome. And Richard who led the class was open, warm and forthcoming in exploring some difficult Zen questions. If you are thinking of exploring Buddhism then I can highly recommend the centre.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
One of my favourite places in the World. I had my wedding reception here and it holds a special place in my heart. It is lovely to have a walk around the grounds and enjoy a drink in the White Heart. Magical.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago