Brilliant . . .

“You only have to Be Brilliant for four minutes at a time for other people to tune into your brilliance. If you convey a sense of happiness, positivity and passion, then those around you will have almost no choice, physiologically and psychologically, but to be positive, too.”

The brilliant Messrs Cope and Whittaker (Be Brilliant Every Day)

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