That’s me. I have done it again.
I must admit that I didn’t think back in January 2005, my first award, that I would still be a member of the MVP ‘fold’ going into 2014. It is quite the honour to get it at all, but to get it continuously is something else.
I like being an MVP because it is a marker as to how I am performing. The day that my standards drop is the day I am no longer an MVP. I certainly don’t do it for public acclaim, or to present to the world as a trophy. For me, it is a very personal thing.
So, if you think that my sometimes abrupt or caustic approach to support is down to me flexing my MVP muscles, you would be wrong. I have used the same approach to everything for a lifetime which predates my MVP awards by fifty six years..