Monthly Archives: December 2011

Chronic Fatigue in school children and what about the teachers

BBC web-site post “One in 100 secondary school pupils could be missing classes because of chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), say researchers”. post  In my experience in schools there is probably even more amongst the staff. You can … Continue reading

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Dyslexia and poor literacy in the workplace

The benefits to your business, how to incorporate it into a corporate wellness programme to reduce stress and boost your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). A win-win all around. Taking a look at this short article Dyslexiaintheworkplacearticlecorporatewellness

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People with learning difficulties are really talented

Some of our brightest people are identified as having learning difficulties.  They have extraordinary talents at at the same time some often debilitating symptoms. We coach people to keep and often improve their talents, whilst learning new skills so they no longer … Continue reading

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WWEB Meeting in Luton Thurs 8th Dec 6:30-9pm

WWEB (Women into Work, Education and Business) is a delightful group and I have joined many of their events. From Dee Patrick: Come along and see for yourself, an informal ladies evening , full of chat and laughter, information and a … Continue reading

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Free workshop in Watford 8th December as part of weekly Quick Reads Book Club

I am running a FREE Empowering Learning mini-Workshop in Ascend in Watford on Thursday 8th December, as part of the Quick reads book club. You can learn how to dramatically improve your reading in minutes. From Lyn Telford: Just a … Continue reading

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Do boys think “visualising is silly”?

I am an expert in teaching people to learn visually and sometimes when I teach people how to teach others they will say something like “well, the average teenage boy is never going to do this”.  But think for a … Continue reading

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Believe in the possible

It is a well known fact that if you believe you can do something or you believe you can’t; either way you are likely to be right – we do like to be right.  In the same way if you … Continue reading

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