What do I do?

Well, one of the reasons why I set up a personal website was because people on my IG page kept on asking the same question time and time again.. What do you do for a living? I am a diverse individual with many strings to my bow. It's easy to just list them all!


  1. ​Doctor - I'm a UK trained GP, qualified as a Doctor in 1997 from St George's Hospital Medical School, London. One of my proudest achievements and titles.

  2. Property Investor - Bought my first property in 2000, best thing I ever did!

  3. Rental Properties - Property investment/Rental income goes hand in hand

  4. Property Developer - In my early days

  5. Entrepreneur - Medical recruitment - set up, dr-locums in 2002 - current

  6. Technopreneur - Founder/CEO HealthTech start up - dr-Plus launching post Brexit

  7. Ferrari Collector

  8. Mentor/Life Coach

  9. Motivational Speaker

  10. Last, but not least and one of the toughest jobs in the world - a single mother which makes chasing my dreams and balancing a healthy work life balance a life long mission


Sometimes in life you have to become your own Superheroine, so I did.

I know, so much to live up to right? I guess that's where it all goes wrong for many people, the expectations placed upon one's self leads to discontent. I am no different.

Back in 2014, I came up with the word Driv3n, a word I use to describe myself. I guess if I wasn't driv3n, I wouldn't have achieved half the things I have in my lifetime. However as always, success comes at a cost, most people often think money, fame and success are the answers to life, far from it. Yes it's great to be wealthy and successful but you have to realise it comes with many pitfalls. There is a term, 'Hedonic Treadmill,' like many successful people, I am a victim of my own success, it's difficult to be content and the chances are, I never will be. 

People have written to me from all over the world, some will say I'm charismatic, others will say I'm inspirational, I myself think I'm one of the 'Crazy ones'. It probably explains why I am such a daredevil, because I don't think any sane person would keep on pushing themselves to achieve more and more, day in, day out but for some reason it makes me feel alive, I love living on the edge as I call it.. Maybe some of us are just built that way.

We all have inner demons, mine is this constant need to better myself, out do myself and push myself to breaking point to achieve my objectives, I set the bar incredibly high for myself. Can't say it's healthy, but we are a product of our environment, there are many things I can't change in my life, so the things

I can change or control, I try hard to make work, it's about regaining power over some aspects of my life.