The story behind creating ‘The F.O.O.D framework™’ within the book REWIRE for SUCCESS

The story behind creating ‘The F.O.O.D framework™

The story behind creating ‘The F.O.O.D framework™ – within the book REWIRE for SUCCESS. On my way to greatness in 2002 during my corporate career, I hit a few speed bumps along the way. Living on a diet of distress led to burnout, which was when I was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Thankfully I was…

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The benefits of embracing a neurodiverse culture

People on the neurodiversity spectrum can become superb assets to your organisation.  Some of their talents include: being exceptionally good at focusing flawless attention to detail boundless creativity  original ideas.  Keeping that in mind, there are certain challenges with which they will need your support, such as misunderstanding social rules, sensory difficulties, and coming across…

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Case Study - Neuroscience

Case Study – 90 day growth & development program

Chris Rowe 90 day growth & development program outcomes Case study – Chris Rowe, Marketing Executive for Trotec  Working with Trotec’s Managing Director Reece Moore on a development program for his top talent within his business to keep them engaged, motivated and continuous learning about self and how to effectively engage key stakeholders. Reece wanted…

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Why I Love Zumba

Why I love Zumba

There are many modes of exercise, and it’s vital to choose the most appropriate activity for your needs and that you enjoy, then it will keep you going back for more. I am known as the Zumba Queen amongst my friends and family. Dancing has been a passion of mine since I was a kid;…

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How the brain works

How the brain works

Our brain is the biggest asset we own! Do you know how to effectively use it? How the brain works We typically wander around with little understanding of how our biggest asset works. Our brain operates on autopilot in the subconscious 95 per cent of the time. I believe we need to understand how our…

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The power of 90 days

How long does it take to create a new habit? It can take anywhere from 18 to 254 days to form a new habit. In my experience working with thousands of clients, it takes around 90 days on average for a sustainable new habit to become automatic and not so cognitively taxing.  My seventeen-year-old son…

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