Okay, so one day I had to use a quote by Oprah Winfrey. I don’t know why I’m so reluctant to admit it – I think it’s because I’m still relating to her as the host of a tabloid talk show on daytime TV
…when she is so much more than that now, such a positive force for good. Mea culpa.
This week, I’ve been making a noble attempt to have it all at once. That’s quite exhausting.
Bearing in mind that I am a person who likes to go to bed early – by which I mean 10 o’clock at the VERY LATEST…
…for which I can exonerate myself by explaining I get up at 6.30 a.m. to see to the horses, the evenings this week, so far, have gone like this:
Monday: To Brighton to participate in a Living Powerful seminar (yes, I can see the irony…) – home after 11
Tuesday: To London to coach on a Self Expression and Leadership programme – home at 12.45 a.m.
Wednesday: To London to the O2 arena to see Andrea Bocelli in concert (a surprise invitation) – home at 12.30 a.m.
Even though every one of those activities was entirely my choice and thoroughly enjoyable and fulfilling I know it would be EXTREMELY easy to fall into the mode of moaning about being over-tired.
So I’m not going to!
And if I do, you have my permission to send me to bed early without any supper.