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Zen & The Art of Smiling by Garry Jones

Garry Jones explains that the simple act of smiling can make an enormous difference to your wellbeing   My all-consuming passion for martial arts complements my work in mind coaching. They are intertwined in one particular way. The Zen quest of discovering the mind and body relationship. I relish the application of hypnosis and neuro-linguistic […]

Professionally Speaking by Susan Armstrong

Susan Armstrong shares shares her five tips for a powerful presentation   You cannot not communicate. Did you know that? And all communication is influence. Therefore, you cannot not influence. Like it or not, every day, all day you are influencing people as to what to think about you. Do they like you? Trust you? Find […]

Google trumps GP

  New research by a specialist firm of medical negligence solicitors has revealed that as many as one fifth of Britons trust Google to diagnose their symptoms more than they do their doctor. The Best You reports.   According to the study, more than half of those who use a search engine to research information […]

Working health by Scott Roberts

  Sitting behind a desk all day and snacking on unhealthy foods will make you feel tired and irritable. Personal trainer and nutritional advisor Scott Roberts offers a few top tips for office workers who want to stay fit in the workplace and safeguard their health.   The French have a saying: “Metro. Boulot. Dodo.” […]

Diary of a juice cleanse by Zoë Henry

  Health and beauty magazines are filled with different types of diets and cleanses, all offering to help you fit into your favourite pair of jeans that you bought in 1998. The Best You Deputy Editor Zoë Henry took on a three-day juice challenge to find out what all the fuss was about.   I’ve […]

Drive, power and success by Geoff Edwards

  “Where are you on your journey to success?” asks Geoff Edwards. Are you clear on what your life is about, what motivates you, and how you manage yourself so that you feel outstanding? Sometimes, things can derail us, and if we are not in control of our lives, it impacts how we feel every […]

Get back on track by James Haskell

  In the New Year we have grand diet plans and exercise regimes. But by this time of the year, many of us have started to slip up – skipping gym and indulging in a few too many cupcakes at office birthday celebrations. BodyFire’s founder and professional rugby player James Haskell shares his top tips […]

Get the ball rolling in 2014 by T. Harv Eker

  New Year’s resolutions can be intimidating – cramming a whole year’s worth of goals into one little list on your smartphone. T. Harv Eker gives us some advice to prevent 2014’s resolutions from being unfulfilled.   After the initial enthusiasm over New Year’s resolutions for 2014 dwindles, keeping motivated, committed and moving toward accomplishing […]

Could you be at risk of Type 2 diabetes? by Libby Dowling

There are 3.8 million people in the UK with diabetes, the vast majority with Type 2, and by 2025 there are projected to be 5 million people in the UK with the condition. Libby Dowling, a clinical advisor from Diabetes UK, explains how you can reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Left undiagnosed […]