“The important thing is not to stop Questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.”
Sylvia and I were standing in the same small group at a cocktail reception. We got to chatting for a few minutes, and when she heard that I was a coach, she mentioned that she was thinking about launching her own business. At this point her husband came to tell her that it was time for them to leave. She asked me if I’d like to grab coffee or lunch sometime and I said sure, as I almost always do in these situations. We exchanged business cards.
Sylvia followed up a few days later, suggesting some dates when we might have lunch. I had an extremely hectic schedule but found a pocket of time where I could wedge in a ...