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The ROLIS instrument took a snapshot of comet 67P/CG as Europe’s Philae lander descended toward the surface on Nov. 12, 2014.
Credit: ESA/Rosetta/Philae/ROLIS/DLR

So has anyone else been captivated by the recent events concerning the Rosetta Space Mission? I mean, just consider that the launch date goes as far back as March 2004, when a certain Mr Peter Andre was number one in the charts with ‘Mysterious Girl’! What was the point of the mission? To rendezvous with Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko and undertake a lengthy exploration of a comet at close quarters to watch how it is transformed by the warmth of the Sun along its elliptical orbit.

Now, when you take into account, the journey to the comet alone would take over 10 years, that the mission was ‘put into hibernation’ to conserve energy and would be ‘woken’ at an arranged date when it moved closer to the sun and was warmed by the suns rays, that the comet was 317 MILLION Miles from earth and that the comet is travelling at 34,000 mph… to land a ‘washing machine’ sized probe (Philae Probe) is truly AMAZING! Already data has been sent back, including pictures which will give mankind even more information about our solar system. A comparison has been made that it was like a fly landing on a fired bullet!

Some will say… what is the point (when you consider that the mission has cost over $1 billion, but then, you can always argue… what is the point of anything, people will always have opinions and opinions are what makes the world go round! Whether you agree with the mission or not, you cannot fail to be impressed with the vision.  I mean… who would have ever dreamt up the fact of landing a probe on a speeding comet? (Well, we can all dream), yet who would have this dream/vision but actually have the commitment to see the mission through?

Too often, I, and no doubt you, hear that ‘This is impossible’ or ‘That is impossible’… and once the words have been said (even if this is in our minds, talking to ourselves) it gives us the right to give up.

If you are that determined, then this mission alone should give you all the motivation that you need to discover, whatever life may throw at you, that there is normally a way.  It may not happen instantly, it may take years of planning and there will doubtless be risks and potential problems involved.  Even after all the meticulous planning in the world, it is very possible that the outcome was not what was originally visioned, (as in the case of the Philae Probe, where it appears that the landing on the comet has left the probe in a crater’s shadow thus not allowing the sun to recharge the solar panels.  It is currently in ‘hibernation’ and will await recharging, when and if, the probe can absorb some sun energy).

Next time you have a dream, and people tell you it’s impossible… give them the Rosetta Space Mission Story!…. Just like the Philae Probe…To be continued!

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How many business opportunities are turned down on a regular basis (and life opportunities), purely because we lack the confidence to carry it out or doubt ourselves that we have sufficient knowledge or skill to undertake the task? Take the opportunity and use it as a motivator, to learn a new skill or increase your knowledge. Can you imagine how impactful that could be?

Next time an opportunity presents itself, grab it with both hands… and then go about increasing your knowledge or skill. Consider what resources you may need?

If this is something that you’d like to investigate further, then be sure to watch out for our forthcoming workshop, where the focus will be on making you a far more confident person than, perhaps, you are at the present time.

Contact us on 01277 821651 or simply email us on info@imduk.com to register your interest.

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Do you ever find it strange that you may wake up one morning, with that feeling, you know, the kind of feeling that today is going to be a wonderful day? Often it turns out to be. Some of you may wake to just know, yes, really know, that today is going to just be one of those days from hell, too much work, stressed out and everyone moaning? And do you know what…. it often turns out to be too!

I am continuously told that I am always ‘lucky’, often in the right place at the right time, to which I often reply, tongue-in-cheek, ‘Yes, I was born lucky’. Now let’s be clear here, you aren’t born ‘lucky’! Think about how, as a result of your positive thought processes, better and more successful things start to occur in your life? Adversely, when you think those negative thoughts, the same thing happens… more bad stuff.

If you’d like to know a little more about how this can affect your life, either follow this blog site or like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/IMDUKlimited for details of forthcoming workshops that really can make a difference.

Understand how you can become happier, luckier, whilst at the same time reducing stress levels and worries. Sounds impossible? Well, yes, if you’re thinking that, you are most probably right, for you it may be impossible … but if you really do want changes, then what have you got to lose? Watch out for our advert, coming soon and you will see that there are endless possibilities to actually make a difference to how you live your life.

To register your interest, drop us an email at change@imduk.com

We look forward to hearing from you.

Tranquil PondIt’s never too late to be what you might have been – George Eliot

Many thanks to everyone who shared with us the Hypnosis, Meditation and NLP Day back in November. It was especially pleasing that EVERYONE took a great deal of information away with them that they can start to use in their daily lives; a truly inspiring day for all concerned. Thanks also for your extremely positive feedback.

Here’s some great news!….For one reason or another, many people could not attend the day in question and we are currently planning the next workshop to avoid disappointment for those that could not attend. If you would like details of that workshop, when it is published, all you have to do is simply follow our blog, www.imduk.org  ‘liking’ our Facebook page www.facebook.com/IMDUKlimited or emailing us on info@imduk.com

We look forward to welcoming you in the very near future.