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Martyn Sibley

My name is Martyn Sibley. I am a regular guy who happens to have a disability called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). This means I cannot walk, lift anything heavier than a book or shower myself. Nonetheless I run Disability Horizons, am the author of ‘Everything is Possible‘, I have a Degree in Economics & a Masters in Marketing, I love travel (including an epic visit to Australia), I have great people in my life (including my soul mate), I drive my own adapted car, run my own business, have flown a plane, SCUBA dived, and I live independently on earth.

A MARTY-FESTO FOR GLOBAL INCLUSION AND PERSONAL GROWTH

Welcome to my latest post. A post sharing a kind of manifesto. My ‘Marty-Festo’ – see what I did there!? This means I’m going...

MARTYN SIBLEY & PARALLEL LONDON

"Earlier in the year I was asked by Parallel London to be an ambassador for them. The event is an annual inclusive participation challenge....

INFOPRENEURSHIP

By Martyn Sibley "I realised recently I've been blogging for 10 years this August. Using such a relatively new tool has been hard from a...

Power 100: Who Are Britains most influential disabled people?

The ‘Disability Power 100‘ list covers successful disabled people in politics, media, sport and entertainment. Produced by Powerful Media and sponsored by The Shaw...

Martyn Sibley – We are sailing

Over the past years I’ve managed to do many amazing activities. You know the ones. Flying a plane. SCUBA diving. Skiing. Hot air ballooning....

PURPLE MENTORS AND JOINING DOTS

By Martyn Sibley "Having essentially launched a media and marketing agency in recent weeks. All to forward our vision of an inclusive world. I've totally...

PROLIFIC NOT PERFECT

By Martyn Sibley "You may remember a previous post on wisdom being preferable to perfection. Without setting out to, or meaning to, I'm clearly a...

VISUALISING DREAMS THAT COME TRUE (By Martyn Sibley)

I really enjoyed my job in London. However, over those 5 years I'd have some of 'those days'. You know the ones. Where you're...

MY PERSONAL STORY

My personal story by Martyn Sibley It was June 1999. There were wires and tubes coming out of my body everywhere. I was hallucinating. I...

ACCESS FOR ALL

When you are a wheelchair user like me, access is so important. Access to transport. Access to housing. Access to employment. Access to leisure...

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