Four sessions with Tetra Pak
Flew in last night for a series of four sessions today with some 150 top executives of Tetra Pak. Great fun and subject to confidentiality agreement, but no great secret to say the area I did my sessions in was ‘floored’ in grass, which added an interesting fragrance to the proceedings.
On the flight back to London this evening, much delayed, we turned in over a spectacularly moonlit city, like something out of Avatar (like the eye in the second photo above), and the stewardess said ‘Wow!’ and came and sat beside me to watch the spectacle unfold.
Had an interesting email exchange from a speeding Mercedes crossing the Great Belt Bridge from Sweden to Denmark with Wu Qing, where she asked me how Elaine was. I replied that she was fine, but felt that I had my foot trapped on the accelerator of life. Wu Qing thought I literally had my foot stuck on the accelerator on the bridge. Happily, though, the Tetra Pak was my last major engagement of 2010 – and a quieter period now beckons, in which I start writing the new book.