Category: Tools & Techniques

One Quick Way to Hack your Brain Happy

Jenny came to see me about her panic attacks at work. ‘It’s bad enough when I’m at a meeting but if I have to get up and give a presentation, I’m all over the place; dry mouth, sweats, dizzy, falling over my words. Sometimes I’ve called in sick rather update the team on last month’s...

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Is it Time for a Change: Free Work Book

Recently, I asked how you were feeling and quite a few of you actually got in contact to let me know. It was good to get updates from people I’ve worked with over the years and many of those I’ve trained too. However, it was troubling to hear the common theme of high anxiety caused...

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How to Quickly and Safely De-Traumatise Victims of Sexual Abuse

These days, I am considered an expert on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. My company, Fusion® Ltd is a registered stake holder with NICE and I am kept informed of updates to recommended treatments. The method I use to resolve the symptoms of PTSD, and the subject of my book ‘PTSD Resolution’, is called the Rewind...

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Meditation: How it Works and Why it Works (Full Meditation Script Attached)

There are two routes to mastery of a subject. One to study hard over many years, spend a lot of time and money getting to grips with all the theory that has emerged from available research, gain experience, make mistakes, discard those mistakes and try something different, read and write around your subject, immerse yourself in...

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21 of the Smartest Questions That Get Results Fast

The words ‘If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there’ are generally attributed to the Cheshire Cat in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland but are actually lyrics from the song ‘Any Road’ by George Harrison. The exchange between Alice and the cat goes like this: ‘Would you tell me, please, which...

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How to Deepen your Meditation: A Buddhist Lama Explains

I was fortunate enough recently to spend some time in the company of the Venerable Lama Ngedon Drime. Lama Drime, or Saddhu as he likes to be called, describes himself as a ‘kick-ass monk’. It’s fair to say that, in his teachings, he strips away all the ‘bells and smells’ of popular meditation practice and takes...

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Here’s a Sticky SMART Goals Cheat Sheet to Create Goals that Work

If you want to stick to your New Year’s resolutions this year, you need to get organised. If you were planning a road trip, you wouldn’t think of setting off without having a clear idea of your destination, would you? If you are going in to new territory, you will certainly need a roadmap to...

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How to Harness the Dopamine Effect to Stick to your Goals

One of the best ways to keep New Year’s resolutions is to activate both your conscious and your unconscious mind to help you to achieve them. To do this, you have to learn to positively use your imagination. You need to allow yourself to do a bit of daydreaming and visualise yourself achieving your goal....

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