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Value For Money Or Price Per Head?

With the current emphasis on saving money in businesses, schools & the public sector, it is very easy to fall into the trap of thinking that less cost per head represents better value for money. Of course, if we can buy the same items for … Continue reading

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It Works Both Ways: Helpful Hints On Building Trust

  For those of you who have never met me, here I am in all my glory! 🙂 One of my passions is helping others overcome their fears & for that, I use friends like Geoff (also in the picture). … Continue reading

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30 Important Lessons I’ve Learnt As A Parent

  Here are 30 of the most important lessons I have learnt as a parent. They are not in any particular order & they are not an immediate recipe for success. They are from the lessons I’ve learned, in my situation, … Continue reading

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You Can Teach Subjects But You Can’t Teach Experience

One of my passions is helping people to grow in confidence, which, in-turn, opens the doors for improvement and development across many life skills. I have mentioned previously that our work with reptile handling workshops (Meet The Beasts) is so powerful because … Continue reading

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