Learning the art of the break

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We learn from each other all the time. From our children, our parents, colleagues, clients and friends. Even Donald Trump has taught us a thing or two — the perils of fake tan and trying to tame hair in later life. He has also reminded us to trust our instincts.

When The Donald was in The White House there never was a grand plan as some commentators had us hope. There was no higher dimension, no 3-D chess. Trump…

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Charlotte Sheridan

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Psychologist, coach, writer, photographer… juggling them all but often dropping balls.

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