INTERVIEW: Nick Bullock – Comfort by Marc Langley on UKC.

The interview linked below has just been published on The thing that interested me was Marc Langley’s introduction, where he said at one time his opinion of me was “a man whom I had once assumed to be dogmatic”.  After looking up the definition of dogmatic I laughed … here are some synonyms;  arrogant, overbearing, dictatorial, uncompromising, unyielding, unbending, inflexible, rigid, entrenched, unquestionable, unchallengeable. At one time in my life I think I was a few of these things, now I like to think I’m none, and if you don’t believe me, you’re wrong!

Anyway, I do find it interesting how many people formulate an impression of a person by information gleaned from various sources. Personally, I don’t think there is anything wrong with this, most of us do it, don’t we? I suppose the difficult part is to recognize you have a preconceived opinion, and to change this opinion, if they are not what you thought they were when meeting in person.

The interview can be read here… Interview: Nick Bullock – Comfort

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One Response to INTERVIEW: Nick Bullock – Comfort by Marc Langley on UKC.

  1. Fran says:

    ha ha fascinating. You did come across as a right royal pain in some of the early writings, and the discussions on UKC…albeit one with a sense of humour. Experience softens the edges I guess…or wisdom. Words are funny things, different meanings to different people, and never more so than in text on a screen. And we get better at using them, with practise.
    Very very glad to hear there will be more books 🙂

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