What is the most embarrassing thing that ever happened to you? Try and beat this one.
I once had to attend an evening meeting in Kent, south of London. I was due in London early the next morning for another meeting. Rather than risk missing the last train home, I decided to stay over in a hotel.
London budget hotels are generally an embarrassment to the city, but I managed
'Your breast stroke is very good. We will now work on speed.'
That is what my swimming instructor said to me. So this is how it feels to win an Olympic medal.
I have to put this into perspective. I have been going to swimming lessons for about seven years now.
I was working through loads of photographs for a project that requires illustrations.
These photographs took me back to good times, hard times, happy times, times I would rather forget.
There are beautiful moments that I want to relive. I can see the energy and the Love of my grandchildren, and the wisdom in a photo of my dad in his last days.
Yes, you may say – but you don't know anything about my life. So many things have gone wrong for me. I have managed to recover from some of these things, but other things have steered my life in a direction that I am unable to recover from. So no, that statement is wrong.
OK, you have had your say.
I reecently did a psychic reading for a client about his business.
As usual, I did not ask questions, but told him that he needs to look for new opportunities and not force open a door that was closed.
This may sound like general advice, but for this client it was quite pertinent because he had just lost a large business contract after a decade of a good relationship.
This will be a short blog but it may turn out to be quite useful when you have to make a decision on the spot.
I am sure you have found yourself in a situation where you wanted to do something or make a business decision and you thought you had it right, but then you started doubting and your clear thoughts turned into scrambled eggs.