Here are all our products for you to check out if you want to.
Book: Tai Chi Workbook
This Tai Chi work book is for busy people who want a quick way of learning how to calm the mind and energise the body.
A four minute gentle exercise that is easy to learn, ideal for beginners and suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
It comprised of the first 14 movements of traditional Wu Style Tai Chi. There are no kicks or low stances.
# 1: Basic Stance
By correctly aligning your body and maintaining the basic stance for a period of time you generate and circulate chi that nourishes the spirit. You will also feel a deeper connection to the earth and your surroundings. When you can connect your inner and outer world you unify your mind, body and spirit.
# 2: Abdominal Breathing
The second chart in our Chi Collection will teach you this excellent technique for calming the mind, relaxing the body, reducing stress and improving overall health.
There are eight more charts now being developed to complete a set of 10 charts.
E-Book: How To Lose Customers Without Really Trying – The A-Z Guide
Easy to read and entertaining e-book that shows you how to provide excellent customer service so your customers keep coming back. We take a humorous look at 26 typical mistakes businesses make in their customer service and provide over 100 very practical tips for avoiding those mistakes. Why not read our sample chapter so you can get a flavour of this e-book.
Personal & Professional Development
# 1: Reputation
This chart will help you apply your AQ (Appreciative Intelligence®) to the task of reflecting on your reputation and perhaps ‘doing things differently’. Topics: Values, Ethics, Walking the Talk and “The Epitaph Test”
# 2: Relationships
The reflective questions on the back of the chart will help you appreciate the strengths and gifts there are for you in your own ‘relationship webs’. They will also help you identify where and how you might strengthen the strands, enhancing your relationships in life and work. Topics: My Relationship Webs, Looking for What Works, What Would ‘Even Better’ Look Like?, Where To From Here?
There are six more charts now being developed to complete a set of 8 charts