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Do Not Read!

Aha! So despite the title of this post your curiosity got the better of you.  Excellent!  I’d have done exactly the same.  Actually I think curiosity is one of the most important human attributes we have…

So what was it that you were curious about?

Please just take a moment.  Define it a little but still hold on to that curiosity.

Found it?

You may not realise that this curiosity is about you looking for something.  The chances are “that something” is actually quite important to you right here, right now.  It’s certainly enough for you to ignore the sign saying Do Not Read! and take a couple of minutes to read this far!

So what are you going to do to fulfil that curiosity?  What is it on your mind that you want to explore?

I’d love to hear from you.  I’m curious you see!

Feel free to comment, email or phone me.  It can be as confidential as you like.  I’ll help as much as I can.

On the other hand, perhaps you now see that you weren’t that curious after all…  Perhaps there’s nothing on your mind that you want to explore…  Fair enough, it’s time to move on.  I did warn you in the title though!

About David Goddin

Passionate about People, Performance & Potential. Amongst many other things David Goddin is a consultant, coach, facilitator & mentor with extensive experience of transforming business performance and organisational effectiveness as a Senior Executive in large organisations. As the founder and Managing Director of Change Continuum, David now works with companies and business professionals who want to increase performance, accelerate change & unleash potential.

Discussion

7 thoughts on “Do Not Read!

  1. Nice. I have to say I clicked the link out of a strong desire to not do what I’m told, he he 🙂

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    Posted by Doug Shaw | December 3, 2012, 6:59 PM
  2. I am just curious and can’t resist a title like that!

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    Posted by zmounsey | December 11, 2012, 10:40 AM

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