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Otto Bell – the eagle huntress

When we are supported particularly from those that are close to us we can naturally develop a belief system which supports what we want to achieve. At times it is not always as simple as that. We can have doubts regardless of our support. Aisholpan shows us to remain determined, to be courageous, to practice, to develop relationships and move forward…

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Ian Maclaren – be kind

“Be kind for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.”

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Herman’s Hermits – years may come, years may go

Our choice is to create new memories in the present or keep old memories prolonged. How many old memories are your repeating and how many are you creating?

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Brené Brown on empathy

This animated RSA Short has Dr Brené Brown reminding us that we can create a genuine empathic connection with someone if we are able to open up to our own fragility…

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Andy Puddicombe – all it takes is 10 mindful minutes

In this TED talk Andy Puddicombe takes us through the thought process and importance of mindfulness. Puddicombe is a mindfulness and meditation expert who has trained as a Buddhist monk. In the talk he uses very simple ways to explain how we get caught up in our thoughts and the effects of this…

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Benjamin Disraeli – nurture your mind

“Nurture your mind with great thoughts.”

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Ron Howard – a beautiful mind

The movie is based on the life of John Nash a Nobel Laureate in Economics. It was inspired by the bestselling Pulizer Prize …

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Jonathan Teplitzky – the railway man

The Railway Man is based on a true story from the memoirs of Eric Lomax. Eric Lomax was a British officer in World War II captured and sent to a Japanese POW camp and forced to work on the Thai-Burma Railway…

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Gary Turk – look up

This is a narration written, directed and performed by Gary Turk encourages people of social media to simply look up and place their tools down for more meaningful life experiences…

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Russell Foster – why do we sleep?

Russell Foster is a British professor of circadian neuroscience. In this Ted talk he takes us through the history of sleep and how attitudes towards sleep…

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Petula Clark – colour my world

Colour My World was a song sung by Petula Clark written by Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent. Featured by BBC Television in the UK launch of the colour…

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Isaac Newton – ocean

“What we know is a drop, what we don’t know is an ocean.”

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