Monthly Archives: October 2011

Empowering Teachers

Bernadette Mclean’s comments on Bridges to Success: How to transform Learning Difficulties from the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre “This book is a welcome addition to the body of NLP knowledge accessible to educators and parents.  Practical strategies will empower teachers … Continue reading

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Ever wondered why you feel so drained and exhausted

Let me give you another perspective.  Do you have anyone or any circumstance that is negative in your life?  What happens to your energy when you are in that environment? Do you know exactly what I mean?  So what can … Continue reading

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Energetic NLP for lifelong learning

Today is Lifelong Learning Day.  To me, lifelong learning is about how we can learn more about ourselves.  Energetic NLP provides you with a very simple toolkit of processes to help you understand more about your own energy system and … Continue reading

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Help yourself recover from the flu

Have you got the flu? Feeling exhausted? Experiencing that awful ache that goes with the flu? Feel in a fog and quite unsteady? Let’s get you some help that is additional to the normal flu remedies you can buy over … Continue reading

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Spelling and reading made easy in Taunton

People who are good at spelling and reading see words in their imagination. People who don’t visualise words get confused by literacy.Don’t wait any longer.  On October 10th, Olive Hickmott,  is teaching people the skill to visualise words and keep them … Continue reading

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Spelling and reading made easy for FREE

People who are good at spelling and reading see words in their imagination. People who don’t visualise words get confused by literacy. Don’t wait any longer.  On October 4th, Olive Hickmott, who lives in Redbourn is teaching people the skill … Continue reading

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Thousands of seven-year-olds struggle with schoolwork

Guardian article 29th Sept 2011 http://ow.ly/6KlWg “The new statistics reveal that after three years of schooling many children can read only the easiest words, such as “cat” or “dog”, and do the very simplest sums.  Almost 106,000 seven-year-olds have failed … Continue reading

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