WHAT WE THINK WE CAN DO IS MADE UP

If a cat ever jumps on a hot stove, he will never jump on a hot stove again. And that’s good. But he will also never jump on a cold stove again — and that may not be good — Mark Twain

There is one fundamental problem plaguing all of humanity. It is called WHAT I KNOW TO BE TRUE. Once you think that you know that something is true, learning stops. Once you think you know the right thing to do in any situation, you are not…

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I am Author, Coach & Trainer. I am currently CEO of, Learning4living, a Training and Executive Coaching organization. I hold AMP, LBS, MBA, UCD, (Dublin).

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Tunde Ekpekurede

Tunde Ekpekurede

I am Author, Coach & Trainer. I am currently CEO of, Learning4living, a Training and Executive Coaching organization. I hold AMP, LBS, MBA, UCD, (Dublin).

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