Mind Your Head

Great Article in Seeker News on Tony Buzan at Mind Your Head Conference

Our sincere thanks to Steve Cook for a fantastic interview article with Tony Buzan at our Mind Your Head Conference on August 12th. There is some very vital advice for business owners in the article. http://issuu.com/seekernews/docs/seeker-news-8 We were so fortunate to have Tony Buzan and the other incredible speakers attend the conference and the feedback has been excellent. …

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The Healing Presence of Art

Book now to hear Richard Cork on 12 October 2012, 16:00 Distinguished art historian Richard Cork’s brilliant survey discovers the astonishing variety of images found in medical settings from the early Renaissance to the modern period. In the process, he reveals art’s prodigious ability to humanise our hospitals, alleviate their clinical bleakness and leave a profound impression …

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Why the Mind Your Head Challenge has meant so much to Kings Cribbage Connections UK.

For us the ‘Mind Your Head’ mission has just NOT been about working independently as an activity contributor, it has also been about supporting and encouraging, promoting an inspiring vision set out by The Phoenix Legacy. We appreciate and value the huge amount of thought, work and commitment that has gone into this project. The …

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Mental Health Forum Supports Well-being and Recovery in Dorset

The Mind Your Head Challenge is proud to work with the Dorset Mental Health Forum and is grateful for their support of the Mind Your Head Showcase on August 12th. The Forum was established in 1992 and employs people with lived in experience of  mental health problems. It is a local peer led charity (number 1073818), which exists to improve …

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What price do you put on a memory or improved creativity?

“Not everything that can be counted counts, not everything that counts can be counted” Albert Einstein While talking to people about tickets for the Mind Your Head Conference, some have commented that it is expensive. In these difficult times I can appreciate that any expenditure has to be carefully assessed. Is it about how much it …

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