Samuel Taylor Coleridge is most famous for the Rime of The Ancient Mariner and Kubla Kahn. These he wrote in Somerset but it wasn’t for nearly twenty until Kubla Khan was published. So what was his excuse for hiding this great work away?
Stumped at the ice cream stall because they haven’t got your favourite flavour? How come it’s your favourite and what’s stopping you from choosing something else? What’s it going to be, or not be, that’s the question.
As we all know, “life is like a box of chocolates”, but it’s also like an ice-cream when it comes to choosing the right career flavour.
Can you state in a nutshell what you’re about? Is there a single guiding principle you have? Or is there nothing worth noting about you? Having a good personal motto can be a way to remind yourself what you or your projects are about.
I was out on the mountain bike this week, enjoying a track that was a little rougher than those I usually ride when in the distance I saw that the track was flooded. What should I do? Turn back, try and push the bike round the muddy edge or be daring and take the risk of pedalling through the muddy waters. What was hidden – rocks, holes? How deep and what would happen if I got stuck or fell off? And it was a long stretch of water…