My Personal Goals for 2022

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  • Spend more time with friends and family. Certainly something that I want to keep doing, but there’s no meaningful measure of it other than gut feel, so I’m taking it off the list.
  • Achieve Coaching Qualification. Although this was a target for 2021, I didn’t pursue it with much energy, however I have done a lot of coaching sessions with various people, so I’m going to put my energy into that for 2022 and see if I want to consolidate that into a qualification in 2023.

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Husband. Dad to 3 smashing lads. Cub Leader. MAMIL. Group CDIO for Northampton and Kettering Hospitals. Ex NHS Digital. Views own. Always learning.

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Andy Callow

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Husband. Dad to 3 smashing lads. Cub Leader. MAMIL. Group CDIO for Northampton and Kettering Hospitals. Ex NHS Digital. Views own. Always learning.

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