Talk to a Stranger

The 7.17am train to London was packed. I was one of the lucky ones with a table seat and my laptop was out and I had an hour and half to complete some tasks and run through the talk on coaching I was going to give that day. As I ran through it, making a few last minute tweaks to the coaching presentation, I became aware that the fellow passenger to my left was not gazing out of the window or at his own laptop, but was now intensely looking at my presentation. Protocol was then broken. . . He talked to a stranger. As children we were told to not talk to strangers. Anyone who has travelled on the morning trains to London, knows the protocol – you don’t talk to strangers. “What is it that you c

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