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Self Esteem Improvement Case Study

I got a call from a manager I’d worked with many times. He was worried about his secretary. She was not happy and he was worried about her. She was convinced she was useless. As it happened, he regarded her … Continue reading


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Biggest Memory Problems

The Biggest Problems With MemoryPeople often complain to me that they have trouble remembering things, yet when I ask them what they have done to improve their memory, the answer is usually “Nothing”. How do you expect your memory to … Continue reading


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Motivating the Unmotivated: A Case Study

I was asked to work with a client who was seriously depressed. You could tell how bad it was just by looking at him. His features were downcast, his shoulders were slumped. He sighed. There was no energy in him … Continue reading


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How To Improve Your Memory

Do you forget things? Like where you put your keys? Or is it that you would like to be able to remember people’s names? If so there are plenty of easy things you can do to improve your memory. Here … Continue reading


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How To Learn

Ever wondered how you learn? You can answer this question at many different levels but ultimately learning is about re-wiring your brain; creating connections that weren’t there before you started learning. Do you remember when you were learning to drive, … Continue reading


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Struggling to Get Motivated?

What are the tasks you really hate? Is it filling in your tax form? Doing your expenses? Or what about making cold calls? What’s so annoying about these tasks is that they are really important, and you know it, but … Continue reading


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I Will Get Older

When I was still at school I had a group of friends who were regarded as political extremists – or perhaps regarded themselves that way. I remember being round at the house of one of these girls. She was describing … Continue reading


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Why Working Memory Is So Important

Memory A while back I saw a TV program about Tony Buzan working with some 13-year-old children at a school. He had asked for the worst students, those who were performing poorly. In the two part series he took a … Continue reading


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