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Peeling the onion of management
Heston Blumenthal, chef at the Fat Duck

Heston Blumenthal, one of the countryís most high profile chefs, owner of the renowned Fat Duck restaurant in Bray and recipient of three rare and muchcoveted Michelin stars, talks exclusively to Coachlines about the role that coaching is playing in his life.
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Itís the taking part...
And the winning for Penny Mallory

Penny Mallory was the first woman in the world to qualify to drive a World Rally car, becoming National LadiesíChampion Rally Driver in 1993. She is a wellknown
journalist, TV presenter (her credits include Driven, Watchdog, Britain’s Worst Roads and Top Gear amongst many others). Penny is also...
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Like a kid in a sweet shop:
The use of generative metaphor

I have found our work to explore my metaphoric sweet shop really helpful on a number of levels. At first it helped me regain my creativity and now that creativity has itself fed back into using metaphor to enhancing our customers’ dining experience.”
Heston Blumenthal
O.B.E.
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Tea anyone??

Just over a year ago, CoachLines interviewed champion rally driver, journalist and TV presenter Penny Mallory about how coaching had helped her to achieve two important goals – running the London Marathon and hosting a live TV chat show.
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Driven to distraction

As Dr Christian Jarrett reports in The British Psychological Societyís Research Digest, using a hands-free phone whilst driving could be as dangerous as using a handheld.
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