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Salon Sunday 11

I want this blog to be a conversation between me and you, so Salon Sunday will be a regular feature. You are all invited to hang out here and discuss, via comments, the topic of the day, previous posts or in fact anything at all relevant to Planning Creating and Succeeding. Feel free to start your own topic for discussion and to continue to chat all week.

Sam Mussabini, the subject of last Thursdays post was a Kingmaker. has there been someone in your life who was pivotal to your success? Or have you been a Kingmaker for someone else? What did they/you do to achieve that?

Salon Sunday 10

I want this blog to be a conversation between me and you, so Salon Sunday will be a regular feature. You are all invited to hang out here and discuss, via comments, the topic of the day, previous posts or in fact anything at all relevant to Planning Creating and Succeeding. Feel free to start your own topic for discussion and to continue to chat all week.

Elizabeth Gilbert is famous for her book Eat, Pray, Love, but her second book Committed is just as good in my mind. in the video clip I posted this week she talked about her fear of never bettering her success with Eat Pray Love. What great success have you had so far in your life? How do you plan to top that?

Salon Sunday 7

I want this blog to be a conversation between me and you, so Salon Sunday will be a regular feature. You are all invited to hang out here and discuss, via comments, the topic of the day, previous posts or in fact anything at all relevant to Planning Creating and Succeeding. Feel free to start your own topic for discussion and to continue to chat all week.

So, the holidays are almost upon us. What creative traditions do you have at this time of year?

Salon Sunday 6

I want this blog to be a conversation between me and you, so Salon Sunday will be a regular feature. You are all invited to hang out here and discuss, via comments, the topic of the day, previous posts or in fact anything at all relevant to Planning Creating and Succeeding. Feel free to start your own topic for discussion and to continue to chat all week.

On Thursday I was talking about Olympic Athletes.  I love to watch athletics to see the delight on the winners face after all the training and effort they put in. But I also feel for the athletes who get injured or just get pipped at the line. They must have known that that could happen but they put their all into training anyway. They must have had belief that they could win and the abilty to put that beleif in possibilty before their fear.

 

So todays starter question from me is: what would you do if you could not fail?

Salon Sunday 5

I want this blog to be a conversation between me and you, so Salon Sunday will be a regular feature. You are all invited to hang out here and discuss, via comments, the topic of the day, previous posts or in fact anything at all relevant to Planning Creating and Succeeding. Feel free to start your own topic for discussion and to continue to chat all week.

My  last post was inspired by a book called Mindset. Do you have any good books on Planning Creating or Succeeding to recommend?

Salon Sunday 4

Salon Sunday
I want this blog to be a conversation between me and you, so Salon Sunday will be a regular feature. You are all invited to hang out here and discuss, via comments, the topic of the day, previous posts or in fact anything at all relevant to Planning Creating and Succeeding. Feel free to start your own topic for discussion and to continue to chat all week.

I am wondering if you have a special place that you find good for thinking and planning. I like to take a big bag with my journal and filofaxes and ipad to a cafe.  I am writing this post in Jika Jika in Bath for example and the tables are full of people, many of whom also have notebooks or laptops out. I like the feeling of being alone with my thoughts but in a community of likeminded people at the same time. What is effective for you about your special place?

Salon Sunday 3

I want this blog to be a conversation between me and you, so Salon Sunday will be a regular feature. You are all invited to hang out here and discuss, via comments, the topic of the day, previous posts or in fact anything at all relevant to Planning Creating and Succeeding. Feel free to start your own topic for discussion and to continue to chat all week.

This week I wrote about Eric Liddell and the film Chariots of Fire. Do you have a favourite film that inspires you every time you see it?

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