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Who’s your Attitude Champion?

Ever thought that this whole Covid-World seems interminable… getting worse… getting you down???

I think now more than ever we need as many Attitude Champions as we can think of, but what is an Attitude Champion and how can we find inspiration from that person to help ourselves?

Recently Alison Smith, Associate at Headtorch, and I had a conversation to explore this very question…

Let us know, who you’ve chosen as your Attitude Champions and why – what qualities do you admire in your Champion?

 

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