Change your Thoughts, Change your Life

Matthew Medupin

What Are We Doing?

Come along and try the 9-Step Value Life Balance, developed to help you carry out regular personal performance health checks using nine human performance attributes. The outcome enables you to make sustainable changes in any area of your life.

When Are We On?

To find out when and where we are doing our thing, follow this link.

Where Will We Be?

We will be taking part at Forest Hill Library. Click on the link to find out where that is.

About Us

Matthew Medupin is an Information and Communication professional with over 35 years experience in successfully delivering projects to deadlines, and with considerable expertise in managing and supporting people in both public and private sectors. He gained a Master’s degree in Marketing and Product Management at Cranfield University, Bedfordshire.


Like many African children, Matthew’s adolescent life was shaped by strong family values, rooted in traditional African beliefs. His family’s belief system turned to Christianity when his father, and other members of the extended family, converted to Roman Catholicism at the turn of the 19th century.

Accordingly, Matthew’s values, inherited from his father, include hard work, respect, love, obedience, forgiveness, sharing, tolerance, responsibility, compassion, integrity, credibility, determination, harmony, service, neighbourliness, and above all living in moderation and with the fear of God.

Telephone: (020) 8314 5234 or (07956) 033915
EMail: mam@valuelifebalance.com

For further information, go to www.valuelifebalance.com


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