The answer that came to me was that I could change the journeys my reading took me on to real-life journeys, going back in time and building knowledge of interesting people, places and events and their impact on society.
“The unknown was my compass. The unknown was my encyclopaedia. The unnamed was my science and progress.” Anaïs Nin Curiosity is something that we’re born with. As children, we’re amazed by and question everything. We’re sponges for information and learn at an incredible rate. As we navigate through our WorkLife, curiosity is often the first pointContinue reading “How To Let Curiosity Be Your Driving Force”
Zeb Was Over Analysing Everything. Telling Himself He Could Have Done Better. He Needed to Have Tried Harder. That He Wasn’t Good Enough. It was early morning when Zeb left his hotel to find somewhere quiet to have breakfast. He didn’t want to bump into anyone who might have been at his concert the night before.Continue reading “A Story of Lost Trust - In Oneself, One’s Audience and One’s Work”