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Michael Beale
Works at PPI Business NLP Ltd
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Protect all aspects of your memory with these research-backed tips: 

1. Meditation for working memory. Meditation can help you hold more information in your working memory by improving your concentration.

2. Coffee for memory consolidation. New research shows that consuming caffeine after learning something new can improve your ability to remember it a day later. 

3. Berries for long-term memory. Flavonoids found in berries, especially blueberries, appear to strengthen existing connections in your brain, which can stave off age-related memory decline. 

4. Exercise for spatial memory. Physical exercise not only improves spatial memory, it can also improve many other cognitive abilities. 

5. Chewing gum for stronger memories. Preliminary studies show that chewing gum can improve performance on memory tests — possibly because it increases activity in the hippocampus. 

6. Sleep for memory consolidation. Sleep is where most of your memory consolidation takes place, and when you don’t get enough rest your long-term memory storage can suffer.

Would you try one of these tips to improve your memory? Share this post with others and let us know in th comments. 

Read more here: http://bit.ly/1m8MXH0
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Why study hypnosis? Some of +Bill O'Hanlon videos are really good....
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Interesting. What happens if we don't turn up?
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Leadership Development areas. This is a list of possible development areas. While these may or may not be right for you, I think it is worth all of us highlighting one or two areas of development in next 12 months. 

It's a step in leading our own development...
As part of our Stakeholder Centered Coaching proposition we ask leaders to pick 1-2 leadership development areas that if they develop will genuinely improve their results
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Moderation. It reminds me of an old boss whose catchphrase was "nothing succeeds like excess," (Which in some instances works.) When it comes to chocolate at least a little excess sounds rather appealing....
This blog comes with a health warning, disclaimer, and admission of possible bias: not for nothing did I name my business, and website, Chocolate Box Coaching!  For all you chocoholics out there, her
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I agree! An occasional overindulgence can be good fun, if only to remind oneself why moderation is also a good option!
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Realising Leadership Potential | Ania Lichota
Ania Lichota Situation Ania’s client was an executive team lead from the Front Office of one of the global banks, who just joined a new company. He started off with: ‘I got only 20% of salary increase and same grade in the hierarchy. I don’t know what to do...
Ania Lichota Situation Ania’s client was an executive team lead from the Front Office of one of the global banks, who just joined a new company. He started off with: ‘I got only 20% of salary increase and same gr...
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Coaching Thought | How To Sell a Solution (slightly modified).
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I'm a fan of meditation, hypnosis, relaxation (and the odd drink...)
 
Have you tried mindfulness meditation? Recent research has shown that this practice could change your brain for the better: 

1. More resilience. The more you meditate the quicker your amygdala (a brain region associated with emotions) canrecover from stress and trauma. 

2. More grey matter. Just 2 months of meditation can create more grey matter in areas of the brain associated with self-awareness and compassion. 

3. Fewer distractions. Meditation can quiet your default mode network, which might fill your mind with worries and distractions while you’re lost in thought.

4. More focus. Meditation helps prevent your mind from wandering so you can stay focused on the task at hand.

5. Less stress. Meditation blocks stress and protects your brain from stress-related damage to attention and memory. 

Have you tried meditation? Share this post with friends and let us know about your experience in the comments. 

Read more about the research here: http://abcn.ws/1hPVYRN
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Cool. I am starting to become convinced that the various games and training can help. Being playing around with it a bit, though not using Lumosity right now.
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NLP Trainer and Coach
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1:1 NLP Trainer, Executive Coach, Stakeholder Centered Coach
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  • PPI Business NLP Ltd
    Director, NLP Trainer, 2000 - present
  • BT Group
    Strategy Development Manager, 1990 - 2003
  • Argos
    Divisional Merchandise Manager, 1988 - 1989
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1:1 NLP Training and Executive Coaching to increase success and fulfilment
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    World Class Marketing, 2000 - 2002
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