Month: February, 2009

I’ve had my Thinking Hats on

Training this week has been Edward de Bono’s Focus on Facilitation, which uses Six Thinking Hats as the basis of a facilitation system. In this approach to thinking, attention is focussed on one area at a time, which makes for better, clearer thinking and decision making. Most of my clients use it as a way [...]

Things I can’t do right now

1. Walk up too many stairs in one go, talk for too long, dash around….. none of which matter, really, so long as I don’t get hooked by the fact that I can’t do them.
2. Drink redbush tea. Don’t ask me why, it just tastes awful. (I liked it before I started chemotherapy. Unlike fennel [...]

Know your limits

Since the middle of last week, I’ve been struggling to breathe.
I noticed it at first after obvious exertions (not exertions for a reasonably fit person, but exertions for a dancer with cancer) such as walking up two flights of stairs at commuter-pace when changing from the Victoria to District line last Wednesday, or on Thursday [...]