Tag Archives: Excellence

Habit Forming

   Is the great Greek wrong on this one…  I stumbled across  an interesting article in Time – (it quoted an academic from my place of work) which suggests he might be: So what are habits, really? According to Dr. … Continue reading

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Courage

I’ve been working in the USA this week – same language, quite different working cultures. Still Brits talking to Americans is easy enough. But add Germans, South Africans, Sudanese, Cameroonians, Central African Republicans, French, Colombians, Turks, Japanese and Koreans – … Continue reading

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Olympic Ideals

It’s easy to knock sport. Huff and puff, crass commercialism even corruption. But sport can also be pure human expression, ballet, drama and gladiatorial combat – sometimes all rolled into one. The Greeks knew this. This morning I had a … Continue reading

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