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My father always said to me that I would be judged not by the things I did like doing but by those that I did not like doing, which to me as a young girl sounded like just plain hard work.
I found this quote which resonated loudly and reminded me of my father’s thoughts on a work ethic.
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.
Martin Luther King Jr, Strength to Love, 1963

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  • Each year I look at what it is I want to achieve. And how I want to contribute. I also build new messages and insights for my keynotes. One topic I’m considering is Influence... how to impact others. This will incorporate personal leadership, but it is far more shifting viewpoints and aligning people.  This is what I’m working on at the moment.  What are you planning for 2018?
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  • This means I’m back in the office today 💙 but looking at the #barrierreef from the sky gives a different perspective. That’s what I plan to bring to The Big Red Group team this year! #BRG

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