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A Distinct Lack of Interest – Some Days Are Like That!!!

Yes, I am having one of those days… Our daughter has been at her grandmother’s for the last month preparing the final touches to the props she has developed for the movie she is working on, which starts filming at the end of May. She is the head of production on Before Dawn, and her […]

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Because, Sometimes The World Has Light

At the end of episode 22 from season one of New Amsterdam, Dr Iggy Frome says to a recovering patient: “because, sometimes the world has light.” The patient suffers from PTSD due to an explosion at a night club and as a result believes there is no good in the world. Sadly, we can find […]

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It’s Friday – Some Stories From The Vault

The great thing about a Friday is that you can use this as an opportunity to celebrate the week with your team! I have always used Fridays to make a point of difference regarding the people I have worked with. For instance, if there is Casual Friday in place as a fund raiser undertaken by […]

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Happy New Year 🥳 Be Excellent!

May you have a Happy New Year and start the next year in the knowledge of what we have learnt in 2020 to help make 2021 as awesome as it can be! If you have ever seen Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, then you will understand what I mean by “Be excellent to each other.” […]

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Steppin’ In A Slide Zone!

For all of us who have experienced awe and wonder and then those days where we tread water… The Moody Blues – Still the best band I have ever seen live… STEPPIN’ IN A SLIDE ZONE (John Lodge) The Moody Blues I took a ride in a limousine, I took a road I’d never been. […]

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Burnout to Breakthrough: How to Create Calm from Chaos

Reposted from the Leadership Freak (Dan Rockwell) is this guest post by Eileen McDargh NEW BOOK GIVEAWAY!! 20 copies available!! Leave a comment on this guest post by Eileen McDargh to become eligible for one of 20 complimentary copies … Burnout to Breakthrough: How to Create Calm from Chaos The onslaught of converging events—a pandemic, […]

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