John Paul Flintoff

John Paul Flintoff

Conversations That Change Everything

Former associate editor of the Financial Times, now a writer for the Sunday Times) and faculty member of the School of Life, John Paul's books include Sew Your Own (wonderful, amazing, funny, inspiring, moving & utterly brilliant, they said) and How To Change The World, the best selling title of The School of Life Series. 

John Paul has admirers in high places, the documentary maker Michael Moore, the film and theatre director Richard Eyre, and the late Nobel-winner Harold Pinter, who commented: "Very good. Very funny... in fact, it made me laugh."

Prior to writerly success John Paul has also worked as bin man, executive PA, scuba diver, poet, taxi driver, tailor, gardener, ice-cream salesman, hairdresser, assistant undertaker, bit-part player in pantomime, waiter, illustrator, high-wire window cleaner, photographer, very amateur boxer, karaoke singer, rat catcher, and irregular blogger, although celebrities are yet to comment on these pursuits. 

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