How well do you really know people? In my experience I realise I don’t know people very well at all. I may think I know them, but scratch the surface and it’s a different story.
Take Ann Buckingham. I have known Ann for several years as a warm, spirited and vibrant lady who was passionate about learning and interested in personal development. We went along to similar events and we would often have great conversations over coffee.
Seeing people differently
One day we were introducing ourselves to a new member at one of our groups. Ann introduced herself and I saw her in a different light. I was astounded at the rich and fulfilling life she had lived.
She talked about her life as a businesswoman, a head teacher, someone who’s met the emperor of Japan. She explained how her husband had been brain damaged in a car accident and how she seizes every opportunity in life to develop herself and her ideas.
You can’t help but be touched by Ann’s story. There are three key lessons Ann has learned from life and she shares them with you in this very moving and personal account.
Ann works with a group of coaches at www.SouthWestCoaching.co.uk she is also contactable on her email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can watch her husband’s story here.