One of the most powerful things I’ve discovered in a leadership context (be it business or life) is that we all have an inner narrator. When people or events don’t line up with the way we like them, you’ll find that voice is activated. Most will listen to that voice as if it’s the real them.
Time really isn’t the issue, it’s more about changing perspective – taking a different mindset. Which for most is hard unless it’s forced upon you. That’s where the power of an hour comes in.
Below is a recording of an interview I did in August 2019 with Siun Byrne and Michael Daly of the “D15 Today” show on Phoenix FM. I spoke about gender balance at board and CEO level.
If you read my post last week, you will know where I ended up last Sunday.
In the A&E of a Dublin hospital.
But the story didn’t end there.
“Rabbits jump and live for 8 years.
Dogs run and they live for 15 years….
“The mind once stretched by a new idea never
returns to it’s original dimensions. “
“If there were no bad people,
there would be no good lawyers.”
“Everyone has inside them a piece of good news.
The good news is you don’t know how great you can be!
Listen to a recording of an interview I did in April 2018 with Q102, in advance of my event in Dublin, The Dinner For Ladies Who Don’t Lunch.
“I need the article within the next hour”.
The call was from my PR advisor Valerie. She’d asked me to prepare an article for a paper and the goal-posts had just shifted.
The journalist was going on holidays the following week and he wanted it ahead of time. He wanted it today. He wanted it in an hour!