Cheryl BuggyHer next venture was writing, where her interest and passion for personal development, particularly the field of emotional intelligence, resulted in a number of training programmes ranging from those for primary school children through to CEO's of global businesses. She now combines writing, running a radio station and lecturing so things have gone full circle. Delivering workshops with Jonathan Hancock on effective memory techniques led to a book on the subject, along with other titles on emotional intelligence and enterprise. Currently a city councillor in Portsmouth and the Lord Mayor, and Cheryl becomes a grandmother very soon. Her spare time is spent reading or in the company of friends.
Q: What do you wish someone had told you when you were starting out?
A: The world is your oyster.
Q: What is the best advice you’ve ever been given?
A: Dare to dream and aim high
Q: What is the most underrated skill in business?
Q: What is your top tip for success?
A: Live life inside out not outside in and believe in yourself