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mum had a hard life, but, with a special strength of character,
she learned to make the best of the little she had.
In the first house I can remember living in, the internal walls
were not plastered - you could see the brickwork behind thick dark
green paint. She couldn't afford to plaster, but she stuck layers
of newspaper over the green paint, then painted it - poor man's
plaster - not perfect, but better.
Some years later, we reached the dizzy heights of affluence with
our first fridge. It was very rusty, but - mum's solution? She wallpapered
it! Not perfect, certainly not permanent, and II can't really award
any style points either, really - but it was better.
My Executive Coaching
drive for 2010 has kept me very busy and I've been neglecting my
readers, so I thought I'd share some of the insights we're finding
with you. I hope you can find useful applications for them in your
own life at work.
Executive coaching, you may recall, is for those
who are building their own business and for those who manage the
work of others.
With a £2m asset to manage, "Peter"
came to me struggling to keep his head above water.
Is it time
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