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"Vision without action is merely a dream.

Action without vision just passes the time.

Vision with action can change the world."

Joel A. Barker

I fundamentally believe that great people make amazing things happen.

People are the most important asset for any business or organisation.  It is people who 'get things done' and it is people who make and embed the culture of 'this is how we do things round here'.  So in order to create great things, you need great people at every level.  Opus 29 believes that when you recruit, train, support and retain the right people in the right place at the right time, anything is possible.  I believe in the power of people and love to work with authentic individuals and groups who are motivated and passionate about what they do.

I believe it is possible to 'dream it, believe it, achieve it'.

Anything is possible if you truly believe it can happen.  It may be challenging, difficult, frustrating and, at time, incredibly tough, but if you are able to really visualise your dreams then why not go for it?  Often the biggest battle is finding the inner confidence to believe in yourself; the inner strength to share your dream and look for a path that moves you ever closer.  But it is possible.  Anything is possible if you believe, have the right support and an environment in which you are able to dream big, create your vision and make it happen.

If your dreams don't scare you, they are not big enough!


Change is very often scary and the bigger the change, the more scary it feels!  Fear (particularly of failure) is an emotion that few of us enjoy and it can easily put a dampener on dreams as it convinces us that it is much safer to stay where we are.  Opus 29 believes that it is OK to be afraid and that it is inevitable that fear will rear its' head on occasion - and particularly when you put your heart and soul on the line by sharing your dreams.  I believe in 'feeling the fear...and doing it anyway!"


"Follow your heart, listen to fate, know you can achieve...'s your life and it matters, make the most of what you believe."

Jane Booth

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