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Our first conversation is an opportunity to discuss your priorities in detail. It also lets you get a feel for how I work, and allows me to assess whether my service is the most appropriate solution for your circumstances (occasionally a follow-up conversation may be necessary for this).
There is no fee or obligation of any type for this initial encounter, and you are free to take as long as you wish to consider your next steps. If you decide you would like to continue our work together, you will be given the access code to join Limitless.
Limitless is the subscription service I provide for my clients. It is a one-to-one, in-depth and long-term approach to self discovery, offered in person and via FaceTime.
After 15 years in the UK, 2019 will see my partner and I relocate to Dubai, UAE.
I will announce details here as soon as they are confirmed.
There are two main airports serving Dubai: Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC-OMDW) and Dubai International Airport (DXB-OMDB).
Both airports welcome private jets. For an example journey, click here for Emirates Executive.
For privacy, I offer FaceTime over alternatives such as Skype.
FaceTime is Apple's video and audio calling service. Similar to iMessage, FaceTime calls also use the Apple Push Notification service to establish an initial connection to the user's registered devices. The audio/video contents of FaceTime calls are protected by end-to-end encryption, so no one but the sender and receiver can access them. Apple can't decrypt the data.
FaceTime uses Session Traversal Utilities for NAT (STUN) and Internet Connectivity Establishment (ICE) to establish a peer-to-peer connection between devices. Using APNs notifications and STUN messages, the devices verify their identity certificates and establish a shared secret for each session. The cryptographic nonces supplied by each device are combined to salt keys for each of the media channels, which are streamed via Secure Real Time Protocol (STRP) using AES-256 encryption.
(This information is from a security white paper, published by Apple in March 2017. For more information, please visit apple.com/privacy).