Mike Seymour hands out the list of villains

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For several years now I’ve been on the mailing list of an English trainer whom I have never met. From one of my students I’ve heard he is excellent. I understand he’s from Leeds and takes his clients there for unforgettable trips. As for me, I have enjoyed his emails and his website, www.mikeseymour.com, where he shares his humor and impeccable sense of What Germans Want with the rest of us. If you live in the Bonn area, look him up. Today’s mail contained a Word file with an article from The Guardian on the twenty-five people at the heart of the credit crisis. That buzzy article has been quoted all over the web – a sign that the “classic” media still employ people who write the stories we want to read. When I was still a busy trainer, before I started living online, I was very grateful for Mike’s selfless emails for quick and easy last minute content. He’ll add you to his mailing list, I’m sure, if you wish.


One Response

  1. Gee whizz, what a great tip. Thank you Anne.

    I’ve just checked out Mike Seymour’s website and find it really interesting with so many good ideas!

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