We grow up with love and security. Our lovely prescribed life can be like a marble in a tea cup. The marble can go round and round from the centre of the cup; It can even bounce out of joy or anguish thinking it’s reached its limits. Typically parents protect us with their love and… Read More

Who are you really? Who you are is more important than what you do. I don’t read CVs and try to avoid using search engines prior to meeting people. It takes the fun out of meeting, dilutes the element of surprise and potential serendipity. Even when the meeting happens I rarely ask people what you… Read More