It was during the delightful tea ceremony that we were able to find joy in the moment. What I noticed was the world seemed to slow down so we could savour every second. Sitting in an ancient temple, away from the hustle and bustle of the street, it was an almost automatic transition to a place of calm and reflection. Our surroundings welcomed us to step in and switch onto the joy of the moment.
How often do you truly live in the moment, today? Yesterday I received news about the sudden and tragic death of the partner of an old school friend of mine in Australia. The news made me sit up and think about right now, not yesterday, and definitely not tomorrow. How
People often say to me, "Gail you are always upbeat, happy and positive. How do you do it?" Because I choose to surround myself with people from all walks of life and from varied sectors of business. People inspire me. People give me a buzz. People uplift my spirits. People enable my happiness. People make my world
One of the comments received today in response to my future-proofing presentation I delivered to college students for Enterprise Week in Surrey last Tuesday. To challenge the thinking of the students was my focus. Why? To provide an opportunity where together they were able to explore the biggest life dreams which