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TOO MUCH adventure

  I love an adventure. I see myself as relatively adventurous. I’ve gone to the other side of my country to work, and live permanently. I’ve been to Africa, including Libya, and travelled solo. I’ve taken the leap of faith … Continue reading

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Be original

Because I’ve been to the Jean-Paul Gaultier exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria and mulled over that courturier’s talent, here are three pointers. They can apply outside the atelier and inside your work or business. Be original. The exhilaration … Continue reading

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A Chance Missed

A Chance Missed We’ve got our house on the market. Apart from a lot of practice at pillow placement, it is providing new opportunities to observe how people connect. And mis-connect.Early in the process Mark and I talked to a … Continue reading

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I Stuffed Up

By Glenda Thompson, coach Recently I spoke at BRAS (discover what that stands for later) and I stuffed up. Ha ha — I just reread that and all kinds of double entendres pushed up at me! Let me set the … Continue reading

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What’s with ‘setting you own price’?

I’m seeing this phenomenon a lot lately. Is it part of the new business paradigm? OK, so when we were in New York, museums had entrance fee set at ‘pay what you want’ on Sundays, and I noticed that, given … Continue reading

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