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Building Confidence & Overcoming Fears: Some Personal Experiences

This past week I have been pondering a few lessons I have learnt whilst helping people overcome fears & grow in confidence. Hopefully, they will help you on your journey too. So, here goes … What is Confidence? I think … Continue reading

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Breaking Free From The Old Skin

Millipedes; centipedes; spiders; scorpions. All of these carry their skeleton on the outside of their body (exoskeleton). In order to grow, they must shed this outer framework, releasing their new body. However, during this process they are very vulnerable. They … Continue reading

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When Teams Don’t Work

Teams have, for many years been the hub of corporate activities, often leading to successful discoveries, completion of projects or whatever else they oversee. Their potential for success is huge, but so is their potential for failure. Teams per se┬ádo … Continue reading

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Reptile Handling in Schools & Businesses: Real Value or Just a Novelty?

Lots of people ask me, “Why do you do what you do?” For those of you who don’t know, part of my business involves taking reptiles (snakes & lizards) and ‘minibeasts’ (tarantulas, cockroaches, snails, millipedes, scorpions) into schools & businesses. … Continue reading

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