James “Jimmy” Crickmore is a business professional who is passionate about using his skills to enrich the lives of his clients and sharing about his journey as an entrepreneur. James first took an interest in business at a young age when he became a door-to-door salesman. This is where he learned that dedication and courage are some of the more important skills someone will ever possess. During this time, he honed his people skills. He’s always loved connecting with people and developing personal relationships. Combine this ability with his dedication and creativity, and you get the professional that he is today. James Crickmore entered his current industry at age 16. At that point, he had saved up enough money to invest in his father’s business. Now he works as the Director of Leisure Parks Luxury Living Ltd. He creates homes for those entering retirement, and oversees the community. He takes pride in the satisfaction of his clients, and greatly enjoys helping people construct their dream home for this new stage of their lives. The parks are known for their close, tight-knit community that draws people from all over the region. James Crickmore has come a long way from a boy working as a door-to-door salesman. Today he is known for his innovative problem solving skills. He is able to balance all the duties that come with being the director of the parks. This doesn’t mean he’s always at work! James is a strong advocate for a healthy work-life balance. He enjoys spending his spare time with his loving family. He’s also a great advocate of fitness, and likes to play golf. On a nice day, you will likely find him out driving a car from his luxury vehicle collection. James also enjoys events that help give back to the community, such as running in the Cambridge Half Marathon. To learn more about James “Jimmy” Crickmore and keep up with his thoughts, visit JamesCrickmore.co.uk.
“People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.”
- MARCUS AURELIUS