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Whilst written by a Martial Artist, From Bullied to Black Belt is far from a Karate Kid story. It is a true and emotional story of one man’s harrowing journey. Author Simon Morrell started life as a victim of bullying and along the way fell to violent assaults and attempted stabbings. As his life shrank, he became agoraphobic and a sufferer of panic attacks but salvation arrived in the form of Julie, a constant strength at his side who eventually became his wife. With Julie’s encouragement Simon entered the world of Martial Arts and surprised himself and his loved ones by excelling in it but along the way he learnt some painful lessons in his quest for strength. As he started his recovery and obtained his Black Belt under world champion Alfie Lewis he thought his troubles were behind him. However they were to instead escalate in the most frightening way when a close friend became a drug dealing enemy. Simon and Julie battled together for three years to keep themselves and their children safe from the horrors they faced. From Bullied to Black Belt will show you that where there is courage there is hope and that adversity can be overcome and beaten. If you love Geoff Thompson (Watch My Back) then Simon’s books and teachings will be exactly what you are looking for. Simon and his work have been featured in the New York Post, The Daily Mirror (United Kingdom) the Toronto Sun and other international publications. He has also spoken on BBC Radio about his troubles and eventual strengths. His writing won him place on a BBC script writing event. From Bullied to Black Belt went on to be called ‘the U.K’s Rocky Balboa’ by the Film Agency for Wales.

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  • BP lashes out at journalists and “opportunistic” environmentalists

    09/04/14 ,via Grist

    On Wednesday night — just hours before the court's ruling — Geoff Morrell, the company's vice president of US communications, spoke in New Orleans at the Society of Environmental Journalists conference, and blamed the media and activists for BP's

  • BP spokesman tells environmental journalists they got it wrong

    09/08/14 ,via Southeast Texas Record

    NEW ORLEANS – In a speech given to the Society for Environmental Journalists on Sept. 3, BP spokesman Geoff Morrell told the group that he was discouraged by speculative reporting that took place during and after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill 

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Books

  • This Town

    Simon and Schuster . 2013.

    Tim Russert is dead. But the room was alive. Big Ticket Washington Funerals can make such great networking opportunities. Power mourners keep stampeding down the red carpets of the Kennedy Center, handing out business cards, touching base. And there is no time to waste in a gold rush, even (or especially) at a solemn tribal event like this. Washington—This Town—might be loathed from every corner of the nation, yet these are fun and busy days at this nexus of big politics, big money, big media, and big vanity. There are no Democrats and Republicans anymore in the nation’s capital, just millionaires. That is the grubby secret of the place in the twenty-first century. You will always have lunch in This Town again. No matter how many elections you lose, apologies you make, or scandals you endure. In This Town, Mark Leibovich, chief national correspondent for The New York Times Magazine, presents a blistering, stunning—and often hysterically funny—examination of our ruling class’s incestuous “media industrial complex.” Through his eyes, we discover how the funeral for a beloved newsman becomes the social event of the year. How political reporters are fetishized for their ability to get their names into the predawn e-mail sent out by the city’s most powerful and puzzled-over journalist. How a disgraced Hill aide can overcome ignominy and maybe emerge with a more potent “brand” than many elected members of Congress. And how an administration bent on “changing Washington” can be sucked into the ways of This Town with the same ease with which Tea Party insurgents can, once elected, settle into it like a warm bath. Outrageous, fascinating, and destined to win Leibovich a whole host of, er, new friends, This Town is must reading, whether you’re inside the Beltway—or just trying to get there.

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  • Scientist say they can trace impacts of BP gulf oil spill

    09/12/14 ,via undercurrentnews

    The lab results corresponded to real-world outcomes, reports Newsweek. Yet BP’s Geoff Morrell, vice president of U.S. communications, told a packed room of journalists recently that this study on harm caused by its 2010 oil spill is exaggeration.

  • Society of Environmental Journalists explores Louisiana's issues: What others are saying

    09/11/14 ,via The Times-Picayune

    Reporters also listened to BP senior vice president Geoff Morrell explain the company's take on the health of the Gulf of Mexico a day before a federal judge in New Orleans ruled that the company's actions in drilling the well were grossly negligent.

  • BP Says Lab Studies Can’t Prove Spill’s Harm, but New Evidence Says They Can

    09/10/14 ,via News Week

    Speaking to a ballroom packed with environmental journalists last Wednesday evening, Geoff Morrell, BP's vice president of U.S. communications, declared a leading study on harm caused by its 2010 oil spill to be an exercise in scientific exaggeration.

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Geoff Morrell (actor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Geoff Morrell (born 19 February 1958) is an Australian film and theatre actor.

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