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Is ‘why’ a dangerous word or a useful tool?

I’m delighted that readership of this blog has grown lately and I hope that you are all finding the content here to be thought-provoking, useful and inspiring. There are almost 300 posts on the blog now and it occurs to me … Continue reading

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How great leaders sell their ideas

We’re all selling something. Whether we’re selling our products to consumers, our skills and experience to recruiters, a project proposal to the Board, or a desire to convince our family that two weeks in the Maldives might be a really … Continue reading

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Recalculating your route

Have you ever committed to an action plan or goal and then life somehow gets in the way? I remember several years ago, my husband and I enrolled on a 10 week salsa class on a Tuesday night near our … Continue reading

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Inspired dream or useless idea?

Does everyone who dreams of creating something wonder whether or not anyone else actually needs that creation? What if no-one buys your photographs? What if no-one comes to your café? What if no-one ever reads your book? What if no-one … Continue reading

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Because Y’s a crooked letter

On my journey home the other day, I overheard a conversation between a mother and small child. ‘Can we go to the park tomorrow, Mummy?’ ‘Not tomorrow, maybe at the weekend.’ ‘Why not tomorrow, Mummy?’ ‘Because you’re going to Granny’s … Continue reading

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