On leaving school, Ian Woodrow trained as an analytical chemist and then spent several years in technical sales. He then set up an electronics engineering company from which he retired at the age of 45. He then studied hypnotherapy and NLP and came to view this field from the non-conventional perspective of 'learning to learn'. This led to management consultancy/coaching and to him running a masters course module at a UK university business school for several years, before moving to France where he now lives. His interests include; property renovation and development, cooking, gardening and walking.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
It better organises my thoughts. I enjoy reviewing, re-writing and editing. For me it is an iterative process
This unusual book encourages readers to take fuller ownership of their lives. It suggests fundamental principles upon which simple and more responsive strategies may be built, better suited to times of increasing rates of change. Also that these personal models may ultimately be recursive and applicable to all levels of human endeavour.