What do you like to eat? What is your favourite food? That is probably one of the most universal questions. We all have an answer. More so than ‘what’s your favourite colour?’ or ‘Whose your favourite Beatle?’
They took their phones away from them, and put each of them on the side of a mountain with a little shelter, a bottle of water, some food and a limit on how far they could walk.
they will be divided: father against son and son against father, mother against daughter and daughter against mother, mother-in-law against her daughter-in-law and daughter-in-law against mother-in-law.’
Then when I’d bought a house I’d get married. Then I’d have children, maybe a dog. Then everything would be sorted.
‘nonsense’ the neighbour says, ‘whenever you have a worry you need to take it out, name it and show it to somebody else. The last thing a worry wants is to see the light of day’
Working with others isn’t always easy. There can be frustration, misunderstandings, and so much more.
When you have something important to say, It can be really important that people know who you are and what gives you the position to be able to speak.
Every day we are forced to make judgements. Judging who we spend our time with and what we do.
Often we have methods and tools which help us make those judgements – we make judgements based on what somebody looks like, how they behave, how clean they are.
Between my second and third year in training we went to India as a family. We knew that there would be a culture shock, different language, different cultures, different expectations, different driving.