Interview: England rugby sevens star Phil Burgess - http://rugbycollege.co.uk/england-rugby/interview-england-rugby-sevens-star-phil-burgess/
The Cobbler of Abu Dhabi by Phil Burgess
Identifies five different types of work: in-kind, volunteer, Samaritan, enrichment, and paid work. 'Booters' who incorporate one or more of these types of work into their post-career lifestyle will, according to Burgess, live longer, live better, and die faster – avoiding boredom, aimless busy-ness, diminished self-worth and the anguish (and cost) of lingering death.
If you’re looking for a cool party prop and are up for a demanding, multi-day, electronics and 3D printing-loaded challenge, Phil Burgess from Adafruit Industries has uploaded instructions on how to make your very own jumbo 3D printed talking D20 with customizable audio files.
Posted by: Phil Burgess, National Dragster Editor
Phil Burgess of Great Britain is held up by Rosko Specman and Juan de Jongh of South Africa during the Men's Rugby Sevens semi final match between Great Britain and South Africa on Day 6 of the Rio 2016 Olympics at Deodoro Stadium on August 11, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Retirement is unnatural and unhealthy, says author Phil Burgess. It's also completely unnecessary!
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