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One of the things that I’ve learnt over the last decade is that you don’t have to constantly fight for success. Originally for me fighting meant constant striving and the belief that it involved struggle. That’s tiring. It’s also not how other creatures play at success.
Tuesday evening I tapped for 5 minutes with my client just before she opened the event with her jazz solo. This being her first public performance in 20 years she had a few jitters. Later her smoky and deeply satisfying rendition of ‘It ain’t necessarily so’ from Porgie and Bess sent shivers down my spine as I listened. I was rapt.
The business world often looks to sporting heroes for inspiration. I came across the quote below on a Law of Attraction coaching page yesterday and was shocked. Is this the only way?
A colleague and I were recently chatting about whether it’s possible to run a profitable business without using ‘noisy’ marketing techniques. By noisy I mean there is a drive to get “numbers” onto a mailing list, rather than build deeper relationships with people whom you can best serve.
Cloe, my beloved cat, has an endearing habit of wanting me or my husband to watch and stroke her whilst she eats. At 14 years old she’s capable of helping herself to the food left out for her. She manages fine when we go out for the day. But when we’re at home she prefers to be watched. We watch over her and give affection as it fills us with happiness.
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