Coffee time: It’s a small world, after all

The pursuit for the ultimate cup of coffee in the past year has seen me trying out various caffeine options as far north as Tiberias and far south as Eilat.

June 13, 2018 15:12
3 minute read.
Roasting coffee beans at the Power Coffeeworks in Jerusalem

Roasting coffee beans at the Power Coffeeworks in Jerusalem. (photo credit: STEVE LINDE)


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TIME MAGAZINE recently published an article on the “18 behaviors of emotionally intelligent people.” As a life coach, this is a topic that is very close to my heart, as I firmly believe this doesn’t always get the attention it deserves, for both young and old. The list included qualities like "being curious about people," "embracing change," "being a good judge of character" and being "difficult to offend." No surprises there.

But the one paragraph that made me raise an eyebrow, was the claim that emotionally intelligent people “limit their intake of caffeine!” Really? Is that a prerequisite? Now, that could be a tough challenge.


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