I love this quote from Richard Evans:
“Record covers are perhaps the timelines of our lives. They remind us of where we were, what we were doing, and who we were with; they mark our student days, our holidays, our growing up, and our coming of age.”
Rather beautiful don’t you think?
The first record I bought was Baggy Trousers by Madness, I remember proudly pinning a Ruthless Rap Assasin poster on the wall in my student digs and heading into the hills with a van full of mountain bikes feeling as risky as the beats on the God’s Son album by Nas.
Yesterday I had the good fortune to attend a Graydin coaching practice themed “Meet them where they are.” A nod to the idea of standing in the coachee’s shoes, seeing what they are seeing, feeling what they are feeling. What is it like standing where you are now?