I'm reading two books, at the moment.
At first look, you might think that there could not be
two such different books!
Gillian Lynne's book is a wonderful story about her early life,
during which she endured much heartbreak.
However, this, no doubt, spurred her on to become a
leading dancer and choreographer; helping so many others
to achieve their dreams.
'I was an over passionate, over energetic
and almost over loving child and she (her mother)
wanted all this channelled into
something that would amount to a solid vision for my life.'
We all know of Cath Kidston's rise to fame !
From her early childhood, (where she loved to 'play
shops'), to later on, whereby she has become
a permanent feature in many towns and cities, we read about
her hard work and determination to succeed.
'Our father, Archie, wanted us to be well read
and curious about the world and to think for ourselves.'
Both books, quite different in subject
but oh so similar in the underlying themes and messages:
1. That creativity reigns!
2. That creativity inspires !
3. That hard work and determination are vital to success!
4. That passion, for whatever you do, is simply so important!