Tag Archives: saying yes

Would you like one simple question to help you prioritise?

In my last post, Do you need a new identity?, I referred to the ‘saying yes/saying no’ technique. Since then, I’ve had a few people ask me to elaborate on that. It’s a technique I use extensively in my own … Continue reading

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The chemistry of yes

Whilst cooking lunch at the weekend, I was listening to a fascinating programme on Radio 4 called The Museum of Curiosity in which the guests donate exhibits to an imaginary museum. One of the guests, Chilean scientist Isabel Berncke, was … 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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Once upon a time

I’ve recently finished reading A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Don Miller. The story begins with two film-makers contacting him about making a film of one of his earlier books. As they talked about how they’d need to … Continue reading

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Carrying too much?

When I was a child, there was a TV programme called ‘Crackerjack’, the highlight of which was a quiz where children were picked from the audience and were handed a prize for a correct answer or a cabbage for an … Continue reading

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