SAS: Who Dares Wins
By Anthony Middleton, Jason Fox, Matthew Ollerton, Colin Maclachlan
Life and leadership lessons from the Special Forces, accompanying the Channel 4 series SAS: Who Dares Wins.Are you up to the challenge of SAS leadership? Only the best will succeed... Britain's SAS (Special Air Service) has an unparalleled reputation for soldiering excellence. Their skills and techniques have been perfected in the most demanding environments imaginable, but many of these can also be used in our everyday lives. This book takes situations all of us will experience during our lives and presents tactical lessons drawn from SAS training and battlefield experience. Its four authors - stars of the hit Channel 4 show SAS: Who Dares Wins - how their finely honed understanding of how to handle extreme challenges can be applied in any environment. Their advice on negotiation, people management, self-motivation and resilience, among other things, can transform your performance in a whole range of scenarios: from buying a house, nailing a job interview, and the experience of dealing with rejection, to maintaining a diet, or managing that pushy colleague at work.This is the ultimate guide to leadership and personal achievement.
See John Run
By Kevin Joslin
'Have you been drinking?' says Janet.'Yes,' says John. 'I saw Mrs Poulton in the whisky shop. She invited me in for a quick sample. She said she didn't care for the 69, and said that she'd already had a mouthful of Mcallans and was suffering a little from the Ladyburn after she'd had a stiff Glen Elgin earlier. So she watched me have a quick Singleton, then Scapa.' See Janet chase John down the road. See John run.For the last four years it was on air, 8 million listeners to BBC Radio 2's Wake Up To Wogan were beguiled and bewitched by the naughty but nice adventures of John and his wife Janet. As a favorite segment, the stories moved with Terry Wogan to his new Sunday morning show. In the style of children's stories of yesteryear, John gets up to all sorts. Then he tells Janet all about his day, by which time every perfectly innocent big end, back passage and stiff one acquires a whole new meaning...