This last week I’ve been sharing some statistics about women in leadership which have reminded me about my own career. 40 years ago young people didn’t have ‘gap years’ and I’ve been rather attracted to the idea. The idea that is. I’m not sure I could cope with the reality.
I don’t do travel well. I get confused with timezones. When they put the clocks back here in the UK it takes me a week to get over it. When I fly, it takes me at least 24 hours to recover from that buzzing feeling. (And you great travellers are probably asking “what buzzing feeling”?) I think my body clock must have a spring loose or something. So, much as I love the people I meet when I do travel, the idea of high-speed travelling itself holds no attractions. Continue reading