Life is full of challenges. Right now, for many G.D.P.R. is top of the hit list. Dominating many a conversation as we’re a week away from 25th May.
On talking to friends, business contacts, clients and suppliers alike – if the dreaded phrase comes up, it’s often accompanied by a heated cheek flush and an almost imperceptible steam that starts to rise in comedy cartoon fashion.
Creating a culture of data privacy is a serious matter, we take that seriously at Light Mind (how many times have you read that recently?) Yet as with any challenge in life, they don’t have to be as challenging as we sometimes make them, we can choose to be more ‘light minded’.
Some things in life we can’t change. G.D.P.R. falls in that camp. What we can change is the way we approach how we think and feel about it. That’s our choice to make.
To quote Victor Frankl as he put it so eloquently:
“the last of human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances”
With one week to go, we’ve done our homework, put the legwork in and we’re G.D.P.R. ready AND best of all, we’ve had some fun along the way.
Enjoy a minute of light relief – even better if you sing along…
Special thanks to:
Chris Lunn, Digity for the creative concept
Tuneless Choir Maidenhead for their continued exuberance (we had a pre Royal Wedding celebration on Wednesday – we can confirm that no members of the Royal family were harmed in the making of this video). As is the nature of Tuneless Choir, we ‘sing like no one is listening’ and although this may have been ‘take two’ it was only because I forgot to hit record the first time. Sorry for that folks, thanks for being brilliant sports.
Tracy James, Bright Yellow Coaching for her continued support and guidance on getting G.D.P.R. compliant
The Village People for Y.M.C.A. which enabled us to enjoy our G.D.P.R. preparation experience