About Today’s Show
Connecting online takes effort in comparison to connecting through water-cooler moments and physical activities. Gordon Mullan shares how his been exploring his love of dancing through online classes and how businesses have to adapt to conjure greater connection online during the Pandemic. All this and more in this episode of What’s Important Now.
A business analyst by profession, a self-confessed geek, “offline to online” business coach, property developer, dancer, husband and father, Gordon has worn and continues to wear many hats.
Born in the northeast of England, Gordon brings a straightforward but warm approach to everything he does, always looking to understand the world around him, and for opportunities to make things more efficient and productive in simple but powerful ways. In 2010, he was staring into the depths of an abyss, having lost his home, marriage and job, in debt, and struggling to talk to even his own family.
10 years on, Gordon has rebuilt his life and confidence, and despite multiple challenges that were already deeply stressful before Covid-19 came about, manages to bring a reassuring calm to life, helping, advising and supporting friends, family, and colleagues alike.
About the What’s Important Now Show
The world hitting “pause” has given us a unique opportunity to reflect on how we live, work and relate to each other. In “What’s Important Now?” host Cara McCullough asks you to share what mattered before the pause, what matters now and what you’d like your new future to look like once we hit “play” again.