About Us

Born in Southampton in 1971, Tim Wotton has lived in South London for the last twenty years and is married to Katie with a young son Felix. A first-time book writer, Tim is a full-time employee engagement manager.

He has played sport, particularly field hockey, and tennis all his life and now regularly goes to the gym. Indeed, with great pride, he was a junior hockey English international.

Tim has coped every day of his life with the threatening illness cystic fibrosis and recently diagnosed type 1 diabetes.

Tim has always had great support from his loving family - parents Margaret and Douglas (RIP), elder brother Chris and twin brother Jez. He has many rich life insights based on knowing he has a reduced life expectancy and battling against the odds for over 43 years. He feels empowered to share his life lessons in order to help anyone overcome their health and life issues.

His passions include Paul Smith clothes, dress shirts (believing that it's empowering to dress like it's your last day on earth), Alfa Romeo cars, Harlequins and England rugby, Southampton FC, Wimbledon village and common, Dorset, seascapes, sunsets and military history.

His eyes and heart have been opened by his health struggle which has been a huge factor in his life, but not one that overshadows and defines it.