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Julian Summerhayes
Works at Boyce Hatton
Attended University of Plymouth
Lives in South Brent
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Not quite the death knell for websites but it does beg the question whether in the future they'll be essential.
A discussion about whether hosting content on social networks is sustainable for publishers, and the tools that are already pushing us in that direction.
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Great picture.
 
Hold Your Breath - Austin, Texas

I took this a few months ago with the talented Johnny Chatman II. Love to see what he can do. It is fantastic to see.

You can visit my site at www.limeflyphotography.com


Thanks +Joel Horwath  for the light assist.

Fujifilm X-T1 
Fuji 10-24mm f/4.0
60" Softlighter II with a speedlight

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Sorry for all the Soundcloud shares but again something worth listening to if you have the time.
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Sharon Salzberg Metta Hour - Ep. 22 - The Cloud of Delusion by mindpodnetwork
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My recordings to Bandcamp, which I'll be working on to develop more content for sale.
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Today's blog

Revisiting social media

http://juliansummerhayes.com/revisiting-social-media/
I feel as if I've cut the Gordian Knot with social media. It wasn't as hard as I thought it would be, not least because I knew it would happen. To be clear, I still use and engage with a range of platforms and technologies but I no longer see it as my thing. Quite where that leaves me, ...
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Something to think about.
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In a globalised labour market characterised by outsourcing, low wages and minimal workplace guarantees, is there any space for promoting the social wellbeing and interests of employees?
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Express yourself http://ow.ly/Qa958 - today's blog
“To be creative means to be in love with life. You can be creative only if you love life enough that you want to enhance its beauty, you want to bring a little more music to it, a little more poetry to it, a little more dance to it.” — Osho. How much of the real you turns up to work?
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Today's podcast on +SoundCloud.

(+Michael Nobbs sorry I didn't mention you by name, but definitely a bit of Sustainably Creative inspiration in this.)
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Making a space for creativity by Julian Summerhayes
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+Martin Summerhayes will love this group. So Kraftwerk.
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This morning's music on +SoundCloud 
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We Move Lightly by Dustinohalloran
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Thank you bro what wonderful music to sit and listen to for a Saturday morning
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Education
  • University of Plymouth
    Law, 1992 - 1995
  • University of Exeter
    LPC, 1995 - 1996
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Birthday
August 1, 1967
Relationship
Married
Story
Tagline
Awaken the genius within.
Introduction

Julian is a speakerbloggerwriterpoet and Dad, who believes that we are capable of amazing things.

“Passionate about truth and simplicity.”

A former lawyer, Julian spent over 14 years helping others sort out a myriad of problems. Leaving practice in 2010, he reinvented himself as a digital specialist, with a penchant for crafting the most amazing content possible. Now, Julian is living his dream of being a writer, poet and speaker, and works to help others achieve the same.

“Awaken the genius within.”

He doesn’t promise to have all the answers. But if you are stuck, or just feel that you or your business deserves to live or grow in a way that lives in your heart and in your dreams, then drop him a line and see how he can help.

“Become what you truly are.”

How? Explore the archive. Read the blog, buy the books, book Julian to speak. Read the full bio.

Connect on TwitterGoogle+ and LinkedIn

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www.juliansummerhayes.com.





Bragging rights
Survived being a Dad - so far!
Work
Occupation
Consultant / coach / writer / speaker
Skills
Marketing, PR, Social Media, Sales, Writing, Blogging, Coaching, Self-enquiry
Employment
  • Boyce Hatton
    Business Development Manager, 2014 - present
    Developing the firm's digital and offline presence
  • Consultant / coach / speaker
    Consultant, 2010 - 2014
  • 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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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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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 Ultimate Mobile Social Media Strategy Guide
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A guide to mobile social media: How to customize your profile, design your updates, and share specifically for tablets and phones.

Rescuing orphaned baby elephants in Kenya - in pictures
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The most amazing place you will ever visit. A spiritual feast of experiences await.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months 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 - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Why the attraction? Nothing here.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 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 - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 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 - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 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 - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 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 - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago