Sunday Letters Returns
New issue out 17th July
It’s been a busy couple of months and I have taken a few weeks off to reset. I’m with my family in a rural area of Pays de la Loire, just south of Nantes, France and I’m drinking and eating way too much. It’s sunny and warm, but not humid thankfully. Altogether it’s the perfect environment to digest new content and allow ideas and concepts to merge and blend.
Over the last six years, full-time work has taken a back seat with half of my time dedicated to studying. Now that’s finished (for the time being, at least officially anyway), I’m looking forward to getting my teeth into a couple of new projects and working with clients. Sunday Letters plays a big part in that, providing me with a means to explore my own thoughts on human behaviour, conduct research and share new ideas. Sunday Letters makes a return on 17th July with the first issue since May. The focus, as has been the case for some time now, will be work and our relationship with it. Its purpose being, to prompt you the reader to question your beliefs about and attitudes towards it and its role in your life.
Given that many of you are new to Sunday Letters, the next issue will be a re-introduction. I’ll explain who I am, what I write about and why. In the meantime, have a browse of the archive and I’ll see you all on the 17th.
I'm Larry Maguire, work psychologist, writer and researcher. From an academic base in psychology and 20+ years in business, my aim is to assist workers, the self-employed, executives and organisations to find clarity and direction in daily work. Book a free 15 min consultation to discuss your workplace challenges and ambitions.