Quick! Connect Someone!
This my great friend Kimberley and me looking chuffed on my first day in Bali. Our fortnight there was so full of fascinating experiences and great work outcomes, wonderful conversations, incredible food, exploring (️North Bali), learning, hugs, grins, kindness, new friends, increasing mutual understanding and of course increasing ESP / shared intuition as has happened for both of us for years. To truly, unconditionally love and understand another gives such richness to and gratitude in life.
As I deepen friendships and let some friendships go, I’m reflecting on the incredible gift given in introducing and recommending someone to another. The gift of your intuition, a gift of possible deep understanding, of a combination of shared interests and fascinations.
Introducing someone is so special. These days it’s so easy – a message between people on Facebook messenger, LinkedIn messages, email,… sometimes it’s as simple as ~
Highly relevant, curated experiences, insight and people is what can make face to face and online experiences so rich. Help others to find their people.
I’ve also reflected on the awe-inspiring steps it took to meet someone as special as Kimberley and how it might have not happened.
Thankyou to Priscilla who introduced me to Gravbrot Lodge in the 90’s, to Barb & Randy Reusch, the Boxers and Paul for the inspiration to do Mark Impey’s skiing clinic in ’09 in Red Mountain (where I met Kimberley), to Michel for her Bali haven, to K’s Dad for his integrity (inspiration) and to Ms Kim for her everything. x
[btw HBBFry ️]
What has enthralled and delighted you online recently?
Enjoy these gems ~
Nick’s engaging LinkedIn profile. Could it be because of the deep blue image?
I’ll be watching this one again [thanks Rossco and Eddie]. Chris Dancy on taking your devices to another level.
On the way out of Bali a lot of ash went into the air and my flight was delayed so I was attracted to this image with the “STUCK IN BALI” heading. It was great to see officials, businesses and locals trying to provide clear advice on what to do while it was unclear when the airport would re-open. Quick pickup headings like this work so well.