Inspiring confidence!

Many years ago as a teenager I attended a week long course along with 40 other young ladies on the different facets of engineering at Birmingham university. The course was coordinated and run by a truly inspiring lady called Lucy, she was probably in her mid to late 40's and had frizzy greying shoulder length [...]

Persistence pays

Persistence...My daughter was telling me about a now very successful published author that came to her school.  He had approached 132 publishers before he got his first book published, he even held a party after having approached 100 to celebrate that was 100 less publishers to approach.  His persistence paid, he believed in his ability, [...]

Do you love learning disabilities or dislike them?

It is national learning disability awareness week. So I wanted to make a focus of us parents with children who have additional needs. I work with many parents all over the world of children with learning disabilities including autism, aspergers syndrome, behavioural challenges, epilepsy, physical challenges and more. The thing that we parents have in [...]

Pride and Prejudice

I was chatting to a friend about the the huge ratio of female clients that I have verses male clients. I love working with both. Women tend to be a little more open about there issues with friends and I suppose for that reason amongst others they find it an easy transition to coming to [...]

Uncalculated or confident?

I was stood in the queue at the till of a supermarket this morning waiting to pay for my shopping. When a very well built gentleman stood next to me said hesitantly, while staring at the biscuits and snacks laying beside the queue side "it is very difficult to walk past the temptation, that uncalculated purchase".I [...]