To those of you soccer fans, last weekend was an unbelievable one. First of all, Holland’s chances of world cup qualifying died in Dublin. And then England won the game against Germany in one of the finest moments ever in soccer history.
According to the newswire, “The result that shocked the world also stunned the team which achieved it. Minutes after leaving the field in Munich’s Olympic Stadium, the England players sat in almost perfect silence around the dressing room, their eyes glued to a large TV monitor in the corner.”
I actually have the same experience before, right after 8:00 am of 8th August – the day we launched …
I know how good you are and now perhaps you can believe how good you are.
For those book bugs, my suggestions this month are:
- The Penguin Book of Twentieth Century Speeches by Brian MacArthur
- The Tipping Point (How little things can make a big difference) by Malcom Gladwell
- Scaling for eBusiness (Technologies, Models, Performance and Capacity Planning) by Daniel Menasce
“There are no shortcuts to any place worth going, when you have exhausted all possibilities, remember this… you haven’t”