Skip to Navigation

If you are follower of my blog this is for you. I want to say Sorry for my recent mistakes.

For example, you’ll have seen posts called ‘D-I-V-O-R-C-E’ and ‘Thinking vs Feeling’ this week. I quickly withdrew these because they are incomplete, but, as you know, the draft posts went out by email and Twitter before I could stop them, though they didn’t link to anything.

I post on most days. Sometimes, when the ideas are coming thick and fast I get ahead of myself. I’ll be writing one item and another idea occurs to me so I quickly sidestep and note down a thought or two…. ideas I want to write about later.

This is where the mistake happens. I won’t get too technical, it’s simply that in my haste I hit the wrong button – instead of ‘save’ I hit ‘publish’ – and the unfinished post is immediately out there in cyberspace, on the blog, Twitter, Facebook, the lot!

So I want to apologise for the occasional slip-up. I hope it doesn’t spoil your appreciation of the blog, but if you have been disappointed just write and let me know and I’ll write a post specially for you.

The offending posts are in the pipeline and will appears when I have finished them.

In the meantime, thanks for your support, its good to know that I have regular readers. please let me know if there are any topics you’d like to see covered or expanded upon.

Best wishes

Barry Winbolt.

Latest from the blog

Never Mind What Others Think

what others think

Even though we don’t realise it when we say we know what someone thinks about something, we are guessing. Even mind-reading – in a fairground or on stage – is trickery.

Yet we often allow our own thoughts and behaviour to be goverened by what we claim someone else will think. Maybe it’s time to review what we ‘know’.

Continue reading

One thing better

Getting things done is not half as satisfying as doing things well. This is because we get personal satisfaction from giving something all our attention, doing it to the best of our abilities, being absorbed in it while we are doing it, and looking back with pride at a job well done.
“Enough time” has nothing to do with it, as you’ll see.

Continue reading
%d bloggers like this: