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How War Horse Can Challenge You

“Any problem can be solved between people if only they can trust each other.” – War Horse by Michael Morpugo, Page 119

Last week I attended a showing of War Horse in Dublin with some clients from an entrepreneurs forum I run.

The acclaimed show tells the story of a relationship between a boy (Albert) and a young horse (Joey) as they grow up while World War I is taking place. You may well have seen the movie of this show, created by Steven Spielberg.

How To Use Easter For Your Own Good

“Each morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.” – The Buddha.

The feast of Easter wasn’t always a Christian symbol for the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

It was originally a pagan celebration of renewal and rebirth, honouring the pagan Saxon goddess Eastre.

Spirituality – The Secret Sauce In Real High Performance?

“I am not a religious person. But I do consider myself to be spiritual.”

These are words that I have heard increasingly from clients over the past 5 years.

Bear in mind that the majority of the people I work with are very battle-hardened, experienced and successful business leaders. What’s interesting is that they consider their spirituality to be a key asset in their success.

Tiger Comes Full Circle

“The greatest thing about tomorrow is, I will be better than I am today.” – Tiger Woods.

I remember when Tiger Woods won his first US Masters in 1997, which at the time was also his first ever major win.

He won by a remarkable 12 shots ahead of the runner up.

I remember being inspired by this young man who was nothing like this golf had ever seen. He transformed the way young players today approach the game i.e. as an athlete. Pre-Tiger, things like physical and mental fitness were not seen as being relevant. Now they are seen as essential.

The Poetry Of This Key Skill For Success

“Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.” – A poem by Mary Oliver.

A friend shared this poem with me last week, and I was struck not only by it’s brevity but also by it’s power.

I think it’s easy to read these lines and think ’that’s cute’ and just move on with the busyness of life, but I believe they are worth reflecting on.