Thoughts of the week
How many people do you know? How many of the people you know do you like? How many of the people that you like do you love being around?
How often do you see these people? Always? Sometimes? Never?
What category do they fall into? Colleagues? Friends? Family?
Traits your most favourite people have that you may not realise, to name a few: they inspire, they challenge, they support, they energise, they get you, they help, they are always there no matter what and they love you back!
Spending more time together is a goal that is not always so simple! Good people are busy, successful people are busy, kind people are busy, positive people are busy…everyone wants a piece of them and sometimes it’s hard to get one for yourself.
“Good people don’t have to say they are good people, it just shows”
If you don’t feel people are worth your time then don’t give it too them. There are a lot of negative, sinister, manipulative and false people out there, just be polite, professional and humble then move on!
What opinion do you think people have of yourself? If you are not sure, ask people you trust the question, you’ll soon have an idea.
Building you personal and professional network should be some you do very carefully and at a pace you can comfortably manage. We meet, work with and connect with a variety of people and professionals from all over the world in many different sports, businesses and organisations. We value these relationships and try our best to keep them as active as possible. Without many of these connections, we simply would not be what we are today.
The world is full of people, people are full of ideas, ideas are full of opportunities that you may not get or have if you don’t put effort into creating, developing, exploring, maintaining and continue building your network…
Recipe of the week
Peri peri chicken pieces w. garlic & chilli grilled vegetables
- Roughly chop up two medium chicken breasts & pat with a peri-peri dry rub, then put to one side in fridge.
- Slice & dice courgettes, button mushrooms, carrots, cheery tomatoes, yellow peppers, red onions, garlic cloves & green jalapeños.
- Place vegetables on a baking tray, lightly drizzling with olive oil. Season with black pepper, rock salt & a small pinch of mixed herbs then place in oven on a medium temperature for 25-30mins.
- After 20 mins remove chicken from fridge & lightly fry in a small amount of coconut oil until slightly brown on outside but soft & cooked though in middle.
- Combine ingredients on plate as in picture to serve.
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