Football Goalkeeper Motivation CD’s – Order Now to Enter The Free Prize Draw.

OK, let’s start from scratch. At the start of last season, professional football goalkeeper Richard Lee was way down the pecking order at Brentford FC in the goalie’s position but finished the season with a Player of the Season award and much praise for his cup heroics and his penalty saving skills. He subsequently cemented his […]

Derren Brown “The Assassin” Explained – How did he do it?

Using hypnosis, can a member of the public be hypnotised into killing a celebrity? Is it possible to programme somebody to kill, and without them realising it? 1) The show begins with details of the assassination of Robert Kennedy and the claim by Sirhan Sirhan that he has no memory of it. The conspiracy theory […]

Prozac? Put it in tap water.

Are you sitting comfortably? Dr. Keith, who writes for The Sun newspaper, says that “Antidepressants can help with so many medical problems that perhaps we should be thinking about putting them in tap water“. I’m glad you were sitting down and hope that you didn’t fall off your chair after reading that. Sit comfortably again […]

Dave’s December Deals

With Christmas and the New Year fast approaching, the yearly binge and purge, pleasure and guilt cycle gets closer. “It’s Christmas, I can eat and drink whatever I want” followed by a January 1st internal voice saying “I’ve got to stop eating whatever I want, drink less, stop smoking, get down the gym and lose […]

Derren Brown – Hero at 30,000 feet

Hm-mm, I watched this and must admit to mixed feelings. Derren Brown is someone who I find incredibly entertaining, his “tricks” using misdirection, showmanship etc. mostly leave me amazed and gobsmacked but as a fan I felt pretty let down. There were no “whoa” moments for me, none. Derren’s use of traditional hypnosis is obvious to […]

How strong are your emotional foundations?

Many people go through life justifying to themselves why they must do something or have to do something. It is always better to want to do something as opposed to thinking that we must do something, but our reasons for doing a certain thing very often are for others or the benefit of others. Whilst this can be […]


Attitude “The longer I live, the more I realise the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than facts. It is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failures, than success, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important than appearance, […]

“Conduct Disorder” causes anti-social behaviour.

I am not the world’s biggest fan of the psychiatric establishment that issues lables for any emotion and “diagnoses” life’s ups and downs as “conditions” treatable only by the drugs that they prescribe. Today in the Daily Mail, an article states that “antisocial behaviour in teenagers may be due to brain abnormalities that cause them […]

Lose weight and lose diabetes.

Many people only focus on the superficial benefits of losing weight but there are many other “hidden” benefits including physical strength, having more energy as well as reducing the risk of diabetes, perhaps even eliminating it completely. Sunny Marbella or Sunny Watford? You don’t have to travel far to become your ideal weight, shape […]