From scholastic failure at 11 years of age, crippling setbacks and career failure at 18, and then an unlikely path to becoming Dr Paul Sewell OBE with a host of awards and accolades to his name, this is a story of the pursuit of organisational excellence and of business as a force for good by putting people first.

Paul loves listening to and telling stories, with their soundbites and straplines making them easy to digest. Here he recounts many of those from his remarkable life, a compelling read as both a delightful memoir and an inspiring business book.

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Paul is one of those extraordinary people who has huge ambition so many say he could never achieve. His big heart makes us all feel that when he achieves (as he usually does), we feel as if we have achieved as well.

Rene Carayol MBE, broadcaster, author and business guru

Paul Sewell is the embodiment of a man who understands how business can be a force for good. I saw this through his involvement with the Social Mobility Pledge. Paul is a visionary example of a business leader steering his company to share the community it serves for the better.

RT Hon Justine Greening, former MP, Secretary of State for Education and founder of the Social Mobility Pledge

After re-homing over 30,000 animals since 1997, one thing has never changed for Hull Animal Welfare Trust - the passion for animal welfare and the care of those involved, particularly our fantastic supporters and sponsers, who provide all of the fund for our charity to carry on our work.