Wednesday, June 22, 2005

three questions....

....I'm currently doing a Springboard course through my job - its v. interesting. All about personal development - its a women only course (they have mens courses too). The course has also been looking at values - and posed these three questions to help to focus the mind.

What would you do if you didn't have to work?

I would do voluntary work. I feel really strongly about a personal responsibility to be part of your community and work for the common good. And by work, I really mean participation - and each at their own capacity.

What would you do if you were sent to prison for a long time?

When this question was posed my initial thought was 'An English degree - I'd read' - and then when the trainer explained it further she suggested one response was to fight your conviction. I suspect that assuming your own guilt and wanting to read classic literature is a sign of being tired....

What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail?

In my case probably many of the things I do now - but I'd spend less time worrying about it.....
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