There are few interviews that I have so looked forward to, and this one delivered for me! Dr De Bono’s books sat on my father’s bookshelf when I was a child. His name has been floating around in my life ever since! With this in mind, one rainy Saturday, I was invited to join him on the sofa in his fantastic study in a flat in Piccadilly! It looked like total chaos, however – I feel certain that it was as perfectly ordered as his exceptionally interesting brain! It was a privilege to be able to chat with Dr De Bono, and get his take on current affairs. If you are not familiar with the man and his work, this is is his website http://www.edwdebono.com}
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