Tag Archives: risk

Perfectionism: friend or foe?

In my previous role, I used to do a lot of interviewing potential members of staff. One question I avoided asking was ‘what would you say is your greatest weakness?’ as I never found the candidates’ answers very enlightening. It’s … Continue reading

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Isn’t it a bit of a risk?

I walk past this sign above a fire alarm in my office building several times a day and yet for some reason the other day it really caught my attention so I snapped a quick pic on my phone. Later … Continue reading

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Permission granted

You’ve probably noticed that I love goals and targets and striking off items on my to do list. I like to make progress and to learn new stuff. Sometimes though, I just want to do something else entirely. I want to … Continue reading

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Why ‘Turning over pebbles’?

Have you ever walked along a pebbly beach or a stony mountain track and suddenly noticed one particular pebble? You stop, pick it up, examine it, turning it over, weighing it up. Is it particularly smooth? A different colour to … Continue reading

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