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Talking with a mate the other day - one who is equally enamoured with neuroscience and education. Love those talks – don’t have to apologise for enthusiastic oversharing. He gets it. He also is observant. He ...
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Any small business owner knows that words of recommendation are gold. Although free, they are priceless and the best advertising possible. So the other day when I was chatting to a friend. She mentioned she’d been talking to another ...
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It dawned on me a while ago that I should complete the Brain Training programme I had mentored so many others through. For lots of reasons. Not the least being my short term memory seemed to be getting a little too short for my liking. My family ...
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I’ve always had mixed feelings about prize giving – of course let’s applaud excellence. So glad to see many awards now reflect effort – that’s a core value we want to encourage. At the end of 2105 Michael, of Invercargill, heard ...
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Unseen pain is so dis-empowering. I mean, if I break my leg – you get it. You are probably happy to have the conversation about how, why and when. You will no doubt have advice to offer – a good physio you know, the thought that leaping over ...
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My life has been blessed – so many stories and experiences. Life lived to the full is a personal tag line. Full comes from embracing all a moment has to offer. Full comes from embracing the journey of real relationships – diving below the ...
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It seems more and more options exist that appear to train the brain. How can you tell what is vital when choosing a programme? The hard work has been done for you....
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All good ideas begin in a coffee shop. Right? And it’s wise to listen to those higher up the tree than you are. Isn’t it? I did and hence this business. I had a coffee with a peadiatrician who gave me a copy of The Brain ...
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