I was lucky enough to be invited to the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games on Sunday where I managed to literally brush shoulders with royalty in the form of Prince Harry.
A lot of people who think they have a bad memory are just not remembering in the right way. So how do you remember well?
Some subjects require a large degree of memorisation. Facts, figures and quotes need to be remembered in specific order. However, revising by remembering words and the order in which they occur is not the most effect way.
Exams are a challenging part of school life for children, young people, teachers and parents. They cause stress and anxiety which impact on learning and memory. But there are ways to help ease the pain of exams , aid learning, boost memory and help revision.
If you would like a chance to see Laughology's Director Stephanie Davies speak about Laughology – The science of happiness for improving life, you can and for a real bargain. Stephanie is presenting at the Richmond NLP group on 15th April and you can book tickets for just £15.00.
We are really excited to announce that Laughology has been invited as a key note speaker at this years CIPD conference at London Olympia on 1 May 2014. The session is on The Science of Happiness: motivating and inspiring individuals, teams and organisations with a Q&A at the end.