John-Paul Flintoff: food

John-Paul Flintoff

"One of the best feature writers on Fleet Street" - Eleanor Mills, editor, The Sunday Times magazine



 

I'm a speaker

Change the world. Be more creative. Master the art of persuasion.

I share ideas about all these, in my writing, at public events and online.

I work with organisations hungry to keep improving, even at the top of their game. (Take a look, here.)


I work with individuals. No matter how successful you already are, I can help you to find new opportunities at work, and to create the kind of life you want. If you’ve not been coached before, why not try it?


MAP What’s Bugging You?

I created a problem-solving map, What’s Bugging You? It will help you with ANY problem (I know!)

Buy one here.

I'm an author

How to Change The World

Rodin's thinker reading How To Change The World How To Change The World, published in 14 languages, will help to identify what matters most to you (not me), and ways to overcome the obstacles that might hold you back. Find out more


What If The Queen Should Die?

I learned so much about sales and marketing, crowdfunding this book. Writing it involved an unprecedented creative collaboration between an author, performers and readers.


Sew Your Own

Sew Your Own Sew Your Own is the true account of my attempt to save the planet by making my own clothes (really!)

It was variously described (by other people) as wonderful, amazing, funny, warm, inspiring, moving and utterly brilliant.


The Family Project

What makes you who you are? Where do you come from? What will you leave behind? With my wife Harriet Green, I’ve created a workbook that will help you to capture exactly what makes your own family unique.


Comp: A Survivor’s Tale

The story of my time as a pupil at one of Britain’s most celebrated/notorious state schools, with a bit of polemic thrown in too. “A marvellous account of growing up rough in West London” (The Times Literary Supplement), “Hilarious, hair-raising” (The Sunday Times)

I'm a journalist

For several years, I wrote for the Sunday Times (of London). Before that, I was feature writer and associate editor on the Financial Times magazine.

I met Hollywood actors, rock stars, sportsmen, artists, religious leaders, criminals, and their victims, politicians, financiers, Nobel-winning scientists, philanthropists and any number of “ordinary” people who have had extraordinary experiences.

See also this.

I have written for many English language newspapers and magazines, including:


The latest post is here.

The archive is here.


Recently, I was given a fiendish challenge. To combine my interest in conversation, mindfulness and coaching – in a range of commercial homeware. Click here to find out more.

I also make handmade-books, and teach others to do the same.