Specialisms: Decision-Making, Heart-Shaped Decisions, Resilience
Graham was born into a strict church, where everything was about following the rules. When he was 17, he made the Heart-Shaped Decision to leave his family and go into the world on his own. Poor decision-making saw him in Borstal by the age of 19, and after that, with support and mentoring from a more positive role model, Graham made the Heart-Shaped Decision to give up his life of petty crime.
Then in his early twenties, having secured a good job and found a partner, he was diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Graham's career included over 20 years serving customers and a further 20 years working in learning and development. A few years ago he was asked to tell his story to a group of young people, and they told him he had inspired them.
Now Graham works mainly with young people, inspiring them to make their own Heart-Shaped Decisions in their lives.