Bob Fairbrother — Coach & Mentor

Coach: from a Hungarian word ‘kocsi’ meaning carriage. The first use of the term ‘coaching’ arose around 1830 in the Oxford University and was slang for a tutor who ‘carries’ a student through their exam. ‘Coaching’  has been used in language to describe the process used to transport people from where they are, to where they want to be and how they get there.

Where are you now? Where do you want to be? How are you going to get there? I might be able to help.

Mentor: The term originates from Greek mythology. Odysseus entrusted his house and the education of his son to his friend, Mentor, saying to him, “tell him all you know”.

I can share my knowledge to help you.

Contact him at                       


Mob: 07971440565

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