This review is of Jimi's Weight Control programme, which includes 4 - one hour sessions. I cannot emphasise enough how much these sessions have improved my understanding of the whole subject and (without concious effort or realisation) have...
Going for an interview is very much like an exam. No matter how knowledgeable you are about your industry, performance and delivery are what you get judged on, as much as your knowledge of the subject matter. The prospective employer expects you to sell yourself and your abilities. This does not always seem fair and for a variety of reasons, many people find this daunting and flunk one interview after the other.
Havening Techniques is being heralded as a new way of healing and was introduced to the United Kingdom in May 2013. This innovative approach to healing is the brain child of Ronald Ruden, MD, PhD, who has spent the last decade developing it in collaboration with his twin brother, Steven Ruden, DDS.
Dakota, our Canine Princess, in all her glory (2009). Confident, loyal, but prone to separation anxiety. A confidenty exterior can hide insecurities within.
Have you found yourself stuck on a train lately, or trapped for what seemed to be hours on the underground?
When I’m stuck on a train, it’s a minor point of irritation for me. If I’ve got a book or magazine to read, and the privilege, during rush hour on a crowded train of a seat, then I’ll engross myself in that. Perhaps phone ahead if I’m being delayed for a meeting.
But then, I’m lucky that I’m not one of the many that suffer panic attacks when stuck on a train.
The Fear of Public Speaking is also known as Glossophobia.
The comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, once quipped that people's number one fear is public speaking.
Number two is death.
Which means the average person at a funeral would rather be in the coffin, than delivering the eulogy!
Ambition and career success mean more “opportunities” to speak in public. However, to a person with Glossophobia, public speaking is no opportunity; it’s a threat.
It’s the season of Summer Fetes and Table Top Sales. I’d no idea they were such fun. I should probably get out more, like I did yesterday, when I joined just over a dozen exhibitors consisting of local beauticians, therapists and fitness coaches promoting their products and services to a wide range of local residents at the Henry Cavendish School Pamper evening. The pamper evening, brought together mothers of both the Balham and the Streatham sites together at the Dingley Lane (Streatham Site).