Browsing articles in "Food For Thought"

Communicating with a BANG!

Oct 25, 2012   //   by Steve Wooding   //   Articles, Food For Thought  //  No Comments


I was at a networking morning recently and spoke to quite a few people. As is often the case, Read More »

Top 5 Mistakes Made by Presenters

Feb 9, 2012   //   by Steve Wooding   //   Articles, Food For Thought, General  //  No Comments

ErrorPublic speaking of one sort or another is inevitably required of us all at some point, and for many it’s a part of their job. However, we all know that doing something frequently doesn’t automatically mean you’re excellent at it.

So, here are some of the 5 biggest mistakes I’ve spotted over the years, and how to avoid them:

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The ‘Five Set’ Mind

Jun 30, 2011   //   by admin   //   Articles, Food For Thought  //  No Comments

Tennis BallIf you want to succeed you have to be ready for a five-set match.

I’ve been researching what’s best described as the ‘beyond confident’ mindset. I’m not talking arrogance or blindly optimistic here. Rather, I mean the mindset that’s best demonstrated by those who’ve survived the almost unsurvivable – Read More »

The One Food Secret You Need to Know!

Jun 29, 2011   //   by admin   //   Articles, Food For Thought  //  No Comments

From time to time I do get requests to help people with weight loss, often when they’ve tried several diets and failed to keep the weight they lost off. More often than not the reasons are all linked to one simple truth that many people have lost their grip on: Read More »

The Potential of Forty-Five Euros

Jun 1, 2010   //   by Steve Wooding   //   Articles, Food For Thought  //  No Comments

This morning I’m sitting in Starbucks finishing off a few articles that I’ve so far not managed to finish. However, I remembered that I had no cash in my wallet when I left home this morning… Read More »

Inspiration comes at odd times…!

Mar 22, 2010   //   by Steve Wooding   //   Articles, Food For Thought  //  No Comments

I was out running on Saturday, feeling quite smug with myself at about the 6 mile point of a 9 mile route, when I spotted an old man up ahead. I’m assuming he was old – he appeared to be in his late 70s at a guess – and very frail as he was walking with one of those zimmer frames with wheels on, Read More »


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