I spend a lot of time in Ireland. This is obviously a brilliant thing to do. Quite often I am doing mentoring work for the Fàilte Ireland Business Support Service. Like all mentoring work this is totally confidential so this blog will rigorously protect the identity of my clients. It will be deliberately vague, or even intentionally misleading, about where I am. I do make a point of slowing down some when I am the other side of the Irish Sea and grab opportunities to visit sites as if the chance may never come my way again (as indeed it may not). This week for example I went to Ormond Castle, Cahir Castle, Rock of Cashel and Kilmainham Gaol and I wasn’t mentoring any of them!
In fact, let’s assume that rather like Heisenberg’s Uncertainty principle, the surer you are about where I am, the more certain you will be that I am not mentoring.