You never know what is just around the corner, as you walk along the pathway of life.
There is a saying, a myth, a fable in many cultures which says that there will be A Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow.
Looking out of the window a wondrous sight caught the eye, a rainbow, in fact a double rainbow, with the end of the main rainbow seeming to end on the top of the block of flats which shone as if it had just been built.
This week will not be a great week for me personally, I have a couple of health issues which need resolve, so to find that the weather here in the UK is just like summer, and it is still only March, what better way is there to enjoy the present day and make the best of what the world has to give me.
At the end of the evening, it was a privilege to be asked as one of the judges of the Inter-House Public Speaking Competition at the Richard Challoner School in New Malden, Surrey, to present the awards and give the summing-up speech.
It is that time of the year again in many parts of the world where the festive season of Christmas is celebrated.
I love my work, teaching participants, passing on information, giving people confidence, improving self-esteem, what ever, but it is always great to be home.
In all the countries around the world I visit, and with all the people who have attended my courses, who I have worked with on private issues, phobias, confidence building, I never fail to get joy and wonderment from my work.
In todays interview with Ashford Radio Publishing, Phillip Holt talks about memory, how it works and some simple examples of incasing memory.
I love observing the world around me, finding the little things that people normally miss, and when I find the unusual, I need to know what is gaining on, what is the history, what makes it work, but sometimes I just like to observe and enjoy the time.