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4 Socrates Five Pillars Hairy Pea Eye Ear Hand Map Mind Story Roman

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6 H A I R E P UMOUR SSOCIATION MAGINATION EPETITION XAGGERATION ATTERNS

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13 ICHI NI SAN SHI GO ROKU SHICHI HACHI KYUU JU

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21 Tony Fox, last 15 years Tony has been Director of large banking firm turnover of £100m, salary of 150k P/A. Tony has identified 3 areas learning and development Presentations skills communication skills creative thinking. provider selection process in place a tender May, proposals July pitching/presentations September. Tony is divorced, 3 kids, two boys and one girl. pet dog called Teddy. hobbies; golf, smoke cuban cigars, plays violin.

22 Let me introduce you to Tony Fox, for the last 15 years Tony has been the Director of a large banking firm which has a turnover of £100m, he is on a salary of 150k P/A. Tony has identified 3 areas within the company could be improved from a learning and development perspective; Presentations skills, communication skills and creative thinking. There is a provider selection process in place a tender in May, proposals should be submitted in July and pitching/presentations from providers in September. Tony is divorced, has 3 kids, two boys and one girl. He has a pet dog called Teddy. In terms of his hobbies, he likes to play golf, smoke cuban cigars and play the Violin.

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38 Albert Einstein Einstein was born in Germany in As a child, Albert hated school and his teachers thought he was rather “stupid”. In fact he was asked to leave school because his teachers found him disruptive. He was a very curious child and wanted to know how everything worked. When he was five years old, his father gave him a compass, which he loved and took apart to understand how it worked. When he was 12 he was given a geometry book, which he read from cover to cover, and so began his love of maths. Einstein had several jobs. His first, ironically, was as a teacher. At first he failed the exam, but persisted and got the job. He then went to work in a patent office where he would look at new inventions. When his scientific papers became well-known, he was actively sought after by many universities. He worked in German universities for 17 years, until the Nazi reign, when he fled Germany because he was a Jew. He went to work at Princeton University in the USA for the rest of his life. He made some amazing discoveries in his work, that changed much about the world. His first scientific paper was his Quantum Theory. He discovered that light travelled not only in waves, as previously thought. This discovery later led to the inventions, by others of the cinema and television. His second major discovery was his theory of Relativity. Daydreaming one afternoon, he imagined travelling on a beam of light, and dreamt that the universe is curved. This daydream led to his famous theory, E=MC2, and has led to many inventions for creating more powerful energy. Although Einstein worked hard his whole life, he also had many things he enjoyed, and contributed them to his great brain. He loved music and played both the violin and piano to a very high standard. He went walking every day to relax and daydream and keep fit. Einstein married twice, and with his first wife had two sons. He died in 1955 at the age of 76.

39 Albert Einstein Einstein was born in Germany in As a child, Albert hated school and his teachers thought he was rather “stupid”. In fact he was asked to leave school because his teachers found him disruptive. He was a very curious child and wanted to know how everything worked. When he was five years old, his father gave him a compass, which he loved and took apart to understand how it worked. When he was 12 he was given a geometry book, which he read from cover to cover, and so began his love of maths. Einstein had several jobs. His first, ironically, was as a teacher. At first he failed the exam, but persisted and got the job. He then went to work in a patent office where he would look at new inventions. When his scientific papers became well-known, he was actively sought after by many universities. He worked in German universities for 17 years, until the Nazi reign, when he fled Germany because he was a Jew. He went to work at Princeton University in the USA for the rest of his life. He made some amazing discoveries in his work, that changed much about the world. His first scientific paper was his Quantum Theory. He discovered that light travelled not only in waves, as previously thought. This discovery later led to the inventions, by others of the cinema and television. His second major discovery was his theory of Relativity. Daydreaming one afternoon, he imagined travelling on a beam of light, and dreamt that the universe is curved. This daydream led to his famous theory, E=MC2, and has led to many inventions for creating more powerful energy. Although Einstein worked hard his whole life, he also had many things he enjoyed, and contributed them to his great brain. He loved music and played both the violin and piano to a very high standard. He went walking every day to relax and daydream and keep fit. Einstein married twice, and with his first wife had two sons. He died in 1955 at the age of 76.

40 Lists Logic Lines Numbers Words Imagination Rhythm Space Daydreaming ColourColour Global Order LEFTRIGHT

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44 1)Bing Crosby – White Christmas 2)Elton John – Candle in the Wind 3)Bing Crosby – Silent Night 4)Bill Haley and the Comets – Rock around the clock 5)Elvis Presley – It’s now or never

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