This Is Rich Lord
I am an enthusiastic, charismatic and creative motivator who loves running – the freedom it brings, the social connections it opens up, and the life changes it can bring about.
Here are a few interests of mine or things that I have been involved with either in the past or currently. There are links in each section for you to find out more info.
Any questions though, please get in touch!
TOP TIP – follow me and connect with me on social media.
Want to read an uplifting story of how a non-runner took part in a Christmas fun run and ended up starting a journey that led to him becoming a marathon runner? Want to find out How A Fat Sweaty Santa Became A Marathon Runner? Guess what, I have just the story for you in this e-book I wrote.
You can find How A Fat Sweaty Santa Became A Marathon Runner on Amazon for £1.99.
I run. Sometimes a lot. Sometimes a little. Sometimes I do well. Sometimes I just get by. But overall, I run. I am a runner. I love the social aspect of running, being part of a community, or a group of like-minded people.
I have a saying ‘Smiles Through The Miles’ and live by this. I make sure I put the enjoyment of running before competitiveness or anything serious! That doesn’t mean I haven’t achieved anything – not by a long shot. It just means that I have a smile on my face when I am doing it.
TOP TIP – read my running blog posts.
I enjoy building partnerships with companies and organisations where I can. By connecting with businesses, charities, brands, or causes that I support and authentically recommending them it helps promote what they are doing and also for me too.
TOP TIP – fill out my contact form.
I blog. Sometimes often. Sometimes less often. Sometimes I write in the short form for social media and sometimes I write in long-form for my blog or for running publications or running websites.
We all have experiences that we can learn from or others can learn from when shared. I am told my personality comes across in my writing which is good as it is important to be yourself at all times, and this is true also when writing for others.
TOP TIP – read my blog.
I work in the NHS in Data Liaison. This involves me being a listener, a problem solver, a signposter towards help, an instigator of change, and someone who most importantly gets things done!
Working with stakeholders and partners is enjoyable as it enables me to learn more and more each week about the complex and interesting world of health service data.
I spent ten years involved with amateur rugby league, both in the West Midlands and then back in the heartlands of the sport in West Yorkshire prior to me taking up running.
Read more about my involvement and achievements in Rugby League on my blog.
TOP TIP – read my rugby league blog posts.
I am very appreciative of people giving me feedback so I can keep developing and growing as a person year on year. I’ve been very fortunate to work with, for, and alongside some fantastic people – both in a career environment, my blogging, and also in the sporting field.
Some of their comments and testimonials they’ve kindly given me can be found in my blog posts.
Get in touch!
Remember I mentioned social connections earlier? Well, here is another shameless plug for my social media pages!
It would be fab to hear from you. Why not tell me what your reactions were to my e-book, or what blog post caused a reaction in you? Get in touch, it’s always good to talk to nice people! 🙂
TOP TIP – connect on social media or get in touch via my contact form.