Coaching Review and Update, Prices, August Bank Holiday Offer

This week’s post is a bit of a mish-mash of topics (and yes it is an upsell). I’ve been unplugged from the nine to five-trix for over three months now (links here and here) and I wanted to say thank you to everyone. To everyone who hired me for coaching. Everyone who bought one of … Continue reading Coaching Review and Update, Prices, August Bank Holiday Offer

Q&A: What Should I Do If A Stranger Comes Into The Set?

I got an email from a student called Mr S. He was asking about what to do if a stranger comes into the set and how often it happens to me. Specifically if they are a white knight/cockblocker/virtue signaller/”concerned onlooker.” This is an expanded version of my reply to him (I rattled off an initial … Continue reading Q&A: What Should I Do If A Stranger Comes Into The Set?

Unplugging From The Nine to Five-trix: One Month On

It’s been over a month since I left my nine to five (unplugging post, link here). I thought it would be worthwhile recapping what it’s been like. The first thing I had to do was get a routine going. You can’t live in holiday mode forever. That’s something I’ll get onto a bit more later. … Continue reading Unplugging From The Nine to Five-trix: One Month On

Clapham Daygame Review

Recently I met with a student of mine to catch up in Clapham. As we walked around and chatted I thought about whether it would be good for Daygame. Just to confirm: I’m talking about the high street (i.e. Clapham North Station to Clapham Common Station) and the common itself (for American readers, that’s another … Continue reading Clapham Daygame Review

Teasing Up and Down (A Particularly American Problem)

Today I wanted to write a short post fleshing out a concept I mentioned in a recent Twitter thread on opening: https://twitter.com/thomascrownpua/status/1514170152153075713?s=20&t=wUFZxVBL7oMdTdguiu61mA I thought of this last year while winging with an American Daygamer. This seems to be a particular problem for Americans because their culture is much nicer - on the surface - than … Continue reading Teasing Up and Down (A Particularly American Problem)