Detoxification and weight loss are interrelated. Most people try to obstain from lots of chemically processed foods, but it can be a loosing battle as automation and science intervene to help feed the masses and keep food looking pretty and attractive.
In our daily life, lots of toxins are ingested into our body internally and externally which lead to a sluggish liver and weight gain. So using natural herbs, roots and fruits to detox the Liver will help your overall health.
The liver is a detoxifying organ. It plays an important role in fat digestion. The digestive juice bile secreted by the liver helps in the digestion of food. Liver flushes out toxic products from the body. This health drink works as a blood purifier.
But sometimes you must give external effort to make your body function properly. If you suffer from weight gain, bloating, gas production, acid reflux, constipation and excessive sweating you must try this weight loss health drink.
Benefits Of Cilantro Detox Drink
Removes toxins from the body
Treats indigestion and constipation
Increases metabolic rate
Prevents free radical damages
Removes blemishes. acne spots and gives fair complexion.
Helps in better nutrient absorption by the intestine
Balances Fat, Protein and Sugar composition in the blood.
Improves Menstrual function
Improves Cardiovascular health
Prevents oxidative damage of cells
Coriander or Cilantro is the main ingredient in this health drink. It contains Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K and Vitamin B6. It is rich in calcium Potassium, Phosphorous, Magnesium and Sodium. Ginger helps to treat indigestion problems. Lemon contains Potassium which controls high blood pressure and flushes out toxins from the cells.
How To Make Coriander Detox Juice?
This health drink is prepared with only 3 ingredients. It should be prepared fresh and donot store.
Coriander or Cilantro chopped leaves – 1 Cup
Ginger – 1/2 inch
Lemon – 1
Water – 1 Cup
To a blender add freshly chopped Coriander or Cilantro leaves.
Peel the ginger and cut them into pieces, add to the blender.
Finally, add a glass of water.
Blend them for a minute.
Then add lemon juice and filter it.
Consume this health drink weekly once to get these benefits. So try this recipe and if you find it as useful share it with your friends.
So the next time you see coriander at the store pop it into your shopping basket.
Fear of failure and not standing out from the crowd will not get you far up the ladder of success
article by Diane Shawe M.Ed. Ed
Four monkeys were placed in a room that had a tall pole in the center. Suspended from the top of that pole was a bunch of bananas. One of the hungry monkeys started climbing the pole to get something to eat, but just as he reached out to grab a banana, he was doused with a torrent of cold water.
Squealing, he scampered down the pole and abandoned his attempt to feed himself.
Each monkey made a similar attempt, and each one was drenched with cold water. After making several attempts, they finally gave up.
Then researchers removed one of the monkeys from the room and replaced him with a new monkey. As the newcomer began to climb the pole, the other three grabbed him and pulled him down to the ground.
After trying to climb the pole several times and being dragged down by the others, he finally gave up and never attempted to climb the pole again.
The researchers replaced the original monkeys, one by one, and each time a new monkey was brought in, he would be dragged down by the others before he could reach the bananas.
In time, the room was filled with monkeys who had never received a cold shower. None of them knew why.
Someone once asked me a question: “When have you ever seen a removal van following a coffin?”
I found this the last wise words to be said email@example.com Steve Jobs and I share them with you today.
I have come to the pinnacle of success in business.
In the eyes of others, my life has been the symbol of success.
However, apart from work, I have little joy. Finally, my wealth is simply a fact to which I am accustomed.
At this time, lying on the hospital bed and remembering all my life, I realize that all the accolades and riches of which I was once so proud, have become insignificant with my imminent death.
In the dark, when I look at green lights, of the equipment for artificial respiration and feel the buzz of their mechanical sounds, I can feel the breath of my approaching death looming over me.
Only now do I understand that once you accumulate enough money for the rest of your life, you have to pursue objectives that are not related to wealth.
It should be something more important:
For example, stories of love, art, dreams of my childhood.
No, stop pursuing wealth, it can only make a person into a twisted being, just like me.
God has made us one way, we can feel the love in the heart of each of us, and not illusions built by fame or money, like I made in my life, I cannot take them with me.
I can only take with me the memories that were strengthened by love.
This is the true wealth that will follow you; will accompany you, he will give strength and light to go ahead.
Love can travel thousands of miles and so life has no limits. Move to where you want to go. Strive to reach the goals you want to achieve. Everything is in your heart and in your hands.
What is the world’s most expensive bed? The hospital bed.
You, if you have money, you can hire someone to drive your car, but you cannot hire someone to take your illness that is killing you.
Ignorance is not blissM
Material things lost can be found. But one thing you can never find when you lose: life.
Whatever stage of life where we are right now, at the end we will have to face the day when the curtain falls.
Please treasure your family love, love for your spouse, love for your friends…
Treat everyone well and stay friendly with your neighbours.
The Prince’s Trust has launched a new programme designed to support young people who are at risk of underachieving at school or college to engage with and succeed in education.
The Prince’s Trust Achieve programme is a flexible provision for 13-19 year olds who are experiencing challenges with attendance, attainment or motivation and may be at risk of exclusion or not attaining the grades they are capable of. It incorporates the best of the youth charity’s existing xl and Fairbridge programmes, which have long helped young people of school age to reach their potential, both in education and in their future employment.
The need for alternative curriculum offerings like Achieve remains clear, with a third of school-leavers still not achieving five A*-C grade GCSEs and more than half of young people in Scotland not achieving 5 National Fives. The situation is even worse for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, who are far more likely to fail to achieve at these levels than their peers.
The new Achieve programme is designed to help disadvantaged young people who are struggling to develop important character skills through relevant, engaging and informal learning. It will connect young people with the world of work and equip them with the transferrable skills and knowledge they need to succeed, focusing particularly on literacy, language and numeracy (LLN) and science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
According to Richard Chadwick, Director of Programmes and Development at The Prince’s Trust, “Too many students in the UK become disengaged with education and leave school or college with few qualifications, low levels of confidence and low aspirations for the future. We have a long history of working successfully with education providers to combat this problem and have drawn on our expertise in youth based work to develop our new Achieve programme, which is our most flexible provision yet for people of school age.”
Young people will be able to access Achieve from August 2016 in schools, colleges or, in some regions, at a Prince’s Trust Centre. Further Education providers can also deliver the programme as NEET prevention, either as a part time study programme or as part of a full time study programme.
Out Now: 77 Ways to avoid Potential Business Failure
“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” –Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple
Like you I Never Thought I Could answer 77 questions that would help me avoid business failure – But I Finally Discovered The Secret! Here’s How…
In business, there are no guarantees. There is simply no way to eliminate all the risks associated with starting a small business – but you can improve your chances of success with good planning, preparation, and insight. Start by evaluating your strengths and weaknesses as a potential owner and manager of a small business. Carefully consider each of the following questions.
Are you a self-starter? It will be entirely up to you to develop projects, organise your time, and follow through on details.
How well do you get along with different personalities? Business owners need to develop working relationships with a variety of people including customers, vendors, staff, bankers, and professionals such as lawyers, accountants or consultants. Can you deal with a demanding client, an unreliable vendor, or a cranky receptionist if your business interests demand it?
How good are you at making decisions? Small business owners are required to make decisions constantly – often quickly, independently, and under pressure.
Do you have the physical and emotional stamina to run a business? Business ownership can be exciting, but it’s also a lot of work. Can you face six or seven 12-hour work days every week?
How well do you plan and organise? Research indicates that poor planning is responsible for most business failures. Good organisation of financials, inventory, schedules, and production can help you avoid many pitfalls.
Is your drive strong enough? Running a business can wear you down emotionally. Some business owners burn out quickly from having to carry all the responsibility for the success of their business on their own shoulders. Strong motivation will help you survive slowdowns and periods of burnout.
How will the business affect your family? The first few years of business startup can be hard on family life. It’s important for family members to know what to expect and for you to be able to trust that they will support you during this time. There also may be financial difficulties until the business becomes profitable, which could take months or years. You may have to adjust to a lower standard of living or put family assets at risk in the short-term.
So Before you start – Do you know the answer to these 77 questions? Download your copy today it will be the best £3.99 you spend?
I recommend you get a little notebook and start working on each question. For those you cannot answer, find the answer and make a note. This is also an invaluabe excercise if you are already in business, it can help you clarify where you are today and help you plot where you need to get too and how to do it.
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Prison education must improve, Michael Gove says, failures were “indefensible”
article by Diane Shawe
Education in prisons must be overhauled in order to tackle a “persistent failure to reduce re-offending”, the justice secretary is to say. Michael Gove stressed in a speech that helping prisoners become literate and numerate makes them “employable”.
Diane Shawe states “The only thing worse than training prisoners and having them stay, is not training them and having them leave”
Whilst the Prison Governors Association welcomed the proposals, as usally after making no practical contribution to change in terms of prisons education, raised concerns about how changes would work in practice.
Earlier this week, chief inspector of prisons Nick Hardwick said the government’s “rehabilitation revolution”, launched five years ago at the outset of the coalition, had not even started.
£145m spent every year in England and Wales on prison education
95,300 offenders over 18 were in education in 2013/14
Almost half of adult prisoners re-offend within one year of their release
60% re-offend if they serve sentences of less than a year
Two-thirds of offenders under 18 re-offend within twelve months of release
In his first speech on the issue since being appointed as justice secretary in May, Mr Gove is expected to say that society is collectively to blame for the failure to “redeem and rehabilitate” offenders, and he will call for an end to the “idleness and futility” of prison life.
The justice secretary says he wants to look at “earned release” for offenders who are committed to education and gain qualifications that are respected by employers.
If prisons moved to such a system, it would be a major change from the current policy under which most prisoners are automatically released on licence at the halfway point of their sentence.
Juliet Lyon, director of the Prison Reform Trust, said: “The challenge now is to translate this marked new reflective tone set by the Justice Secretary into sensible policy and to create a just, humane and effective penal system.”
“No government serious about building one nation, no minister concerned with greater social justice, can be anything other than horrified by our persistent failure to reduce re-offending,” Mr Gove is expected to say at the event in London, hosted by the Prisoner Learning Alliance.
“In prisons there is a – literally – captive population whose inability to read properly or master basic mathematics makes them prime candidates for re-offending.
“Ensuring those offenders become literate and numerate makes them employable and thus contributors to society, not a problem for our communities.
Diane Shawe CEO of Express Training Courses (AVPT short courses Ltd) is concerned that once again emphasis is placed on numeracy and literacy which failed most of them at school and not enough critical thinking is placed on providing life skills and soft skills.
Gove states “The failure to teach our prisoners a proper lesson is indefensible. I fear the reason for that is, as things stand, we do not have the right incentives for prisoners to learn or for prison staff to prioritise education. And that’s got to change.”
Mr Gove is also expected to use the speech to propose giving governors more control and rewarding them if offenders do well.
He will say that one of the “biggest brakes on progress” in all prisons is the “lack of operational autonomy and genuine independence enjoyed by governors” – who are often set very tight criteria on how prison life should be managed.
“Yet we know from other public services – from the success of foundation hospitals and academy schools – that operational freedom for good professionals drives innovation and improvement. So we should explore how to give governors greater freedom – and one of the areas ripest for innovation must be prison education.”
It is about time we had some proper joined up thinking, Gove as usual like to deal with the problem straight on whilst some around him loves to keep the mother of all restriction and red tap rolling even when they can see there is no progress.
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To be considered an influencer, people need to see you as a resource. Consider your audience and share content that they’ll find useful. Post original articles, plus posts from other trusted sources.
Publishing on social media is a great way to share expert knowledge and develop your influencer status.
In this article I’ll share ten tips that can help you become a social media influencer.
Discover ten tips for becoming a social media influencer.
1: Focus on one area and one specialism
To become an influencer, master a specific topic within your niche. If you cast your net too wide, it will be difficult to gain the level of knowledge necessary to be considered an expert.
If your goal is to be an expert in the digital space and become known as an influencer, there are plenty of things you can do to raise your profile. Develop your expertise and use social media to raise yourself to influencer status. To help you find your focus here are some points to consider.
What do you think?
What is your niche?
What platforms get the most engagement?
How have you developed your reputation as an influencer?
In what ways will you engaged your audience and shared your expertise
Either focus on one social media industry such as social media marketing or public relations, or on a single platform like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest or Instagram. The Vine is also good for short video clips from your Youtube account.
1: Master one topic to become a true expert.
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Start small and learn as much as you can about your desired niche through research and experimentation. That way, you’ll be able to discover the ins and outs of your specialty and form your own ideas, as opposed to simply restating others’ opinions. This is a very important step on your way to influencer status.
Oh and try not to drill down too much in your articles, more and more people access using a mobile device so think about what you would want to see if it was you reading someone else’s blog.
2: Subscribe to Platform Blogs
Social media is unique because it is in constant flux. Stay on top of the latest platform updates, such as algorithm changes, new analytics and added features, as they can drastically change a social channel and the way it’s navigated.
Whether you want to be viewed as the authority on a social channel or a broader industry, read platform blogs regularly: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Instagram. There’s no better way to keep tabs on any social media channel.
3: Familiarise and Read Relevant Blogs Daily
In addition to platform blogs, read other information outlets to gain valuable insights into your niche. Study news, expert opinions and case studies that are published or shared by people you trust.
Makes subscribing to and reading multiple blogs easy.
By using a tool like Feedly to subscribe to a variety of relevant industry blogs, you will benefit from different viewpoints and helpful advice.
4: Do you use your Alert Settings?
Reading press releases, news alerts and relevant posts is key to staying informed. When you know what’s happening, you can keep your followers in the know.
Since it is impossible to keep track of all of the information from platform blogs and your favourite outlets, invest time into creating alerts directly related to your specialism. A couple of tools that make it easy to stay on top of relevant news are Google Alerts and Social Mention.
5: Populate Your Blog
There is nothing worse than a blog that is several weeks out of date! Write blog posts and publish consistently. You should shoot to publish at least two to three times each week.
To stay on track, create an editorial calendar and stick to it.
Partner with other influencers and reblog them. Interview them, (over the phone, on skype or send them 5 questions to answer. Invite them to contribute to your blog or run a promotion together that gets shared on everyone’s sites.
6: Publish on LinkedIn
In addition to your own blog, re-create your posts on LinkedIn’s publishing platform. Cut and paste your previously published blog posts and add a headline, image and keywords. (I hope you have a linkedin account)
Remember, people generally assume LinkedIn posts are only from the most influential thought leaders. Now, when people in your network and beyond see your articles on LinkedIn, it is likely they will view you as an authority too.
Share your knowledge and get noticed by publishing on LinkedIn.
Through its publishing platform, LinkedIn has created a prime opportunity for influencers to get noticed.
7: Use Sharing tools to share Valuable Content
I repeat again, share content. Once you’ve determined your focus and have implemented a system for keeping on top of the latest news and information within your niche, start sharing high-value influencer content with your audience via social media.
8: Seek out and Contribute to Other Sites
One of the quickest ways to gain influencer status is to contribute your unique content to other blogs and publications. Guest posting increases your visibility, bolsters your credibility and increases traffic to your own blog.
After your content is published, let people in your network know. Tweet a link, share it on Facebook, tell your other online communities and add it to your LinkedIn profile publications. Dare I say it but +google plus is fast becoming a really influential content showcase. Have you got your account set up yet?
9: Be Seen Engaging Online
To be an influencer, you need to be seen and also be engaging. Social media influencers regularly take part in relevant conversations across a variety of networks. Attend and participate in Twitter chats and webinars (and host Twitter chats too), answer questions on Quora and share ideas in LinkedIn groups. Be constructive and you don’t always have to be controversial for the sake of it.
10: Safeguard your Reputation
This area is not often looked at, getting misquoted, having the wrong type of media attached to your blog can often flag up in the search engine above all of your positive content.
Make sure you sign up to a online reputation notify. They are good because they sweep the internet each week and give you a report on any new content found linked to you or uploaded by you. I use www.naymz.com It’s worth becoming a premium user.
Sharing your knowledge is how you’ll truly stand out as an influencer.
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We have a Social Media Course that you might find very beneficial. Visit www.shortcourses.expert or give us a call and we will send you the course outline. 0208 1333120
No business can grow or survive without new customers!
article by Diane Shawe M.ED
If lead generation – in other words – getting more clients and growing your business – is something you keep put off and try to put right in a panic (when it’s too late!) because you are too busy the rest of the time, then it is essential that you adopt a system that generates new leads – even when marketing is at the bottom of your priority list.
That’s why websites such as pagewiz.com have done so well over the past 3 years.
But before you can even look at setting up your marketing strategy – the web pages, videos, emails and all the other things you need – here’s how we can help you, for a very small fee (£9.99 + vat) to shape up your campaign in a 3 hour bootcamp.
Become a qualified hair extension technician this summer
As the heat turns up this summer, celebrity hair stylist Diane Shawe offers exceptional training in the summer’s latest hair trend.
Predictions abound for the coming summer to be another scorcher, the trend for hair extensions is hitting headlines with TOWIE and Miley Cyrus amongst others. An expert in extensions, Diane Shawe has teamed up with Groupon to offer cut price courses to professionally train salon owners, stylists and enthusiasts in natural looking hair extensions.
Previous years have seen summer styles favour the short; taking the heat off the head. But… Oh! Those summer nights. Tell me more. As the evenings close in, unpinning long locks to wrap around shoulders is the perfect solution to shivering in the evening calm.
Specifically designed to showcase the most natural and seamless hair extensions, Diane’s courses range from a half day preparatory course at just £49 to the full day special, where delegates will gain globally recognised accreditation from the IAO for £99. Both courses are designed to bolster professional qualifications, and can be used to practise as a hair extension trainer or consultant; earning up to £30,000 a year.
Expert in hair extensions and stylist to the stars, Diane Shawe said, “This is a great way to empower people with an interest in extensions to create longer hair, in just a day. I’ve trained for 10 years to distil the secrets into these cut price courses.”
Diane was featured on the popular Jeremy Kyle show as the UK’s top wig maker, to help a young lady who was being bullied at school replenish her hair. From wigs to extensions, Diane is an expert in hair loss and consultancy.
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Designed to ensure that hair is pleasingly soft to the touch with a subtle finish, the hair extensions training academy courses divulge 16 different techniques that epitomise discretion, comfort and allure. Impervious to an outsider’s eye, the natural looking hair flows, creating the season’s hottest look for clients, friends and enthusiasts.
Investing in the low cost courses will provide high return on investment for those interested, since their current pricing, in collaboration with Groupon can lead to savings of up to £350! For existing hairdressers and salon owners, the courses enable additional income, and they are also designed to teach novice hair extension consultants and technicians too.
One satisfied student, Stacey said, “When I felt I had acquired all of the knowledge and information to start my new business venture rolling! Diane gave me information on how hair is formed, where hair is sourced from, the difference between Synthetic and Human hair, I literally wrote a training manual for myself whilst on this course.”
Having previously run courses on Wowcher, Diane has been amazed at the success of her courses and is excited to be offering this excellent price in the run up to scorching summer. She said, “I’ve had wedding stylists, photographers and total hair novices come on my courses, and because I run them in small groups, they have all received some personalised training.”
With availability all over the UK, interested people can snap up Diane’s bargain by using the Groupon link
“THE IMPORTANCE AND EVIDENCE -BASED APPROACH TO LEARNING USING MOBILE TECHNOLOGY IS INFLUENCING HOW INVESTMENT IN CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF A WORKFORCE IS ACHIEVED”
New market opportunities open and close at blinding speed, new competitors emerge overnight, product lifecycles are getting shorter, and customers are more knowledgeable and sophisticated. This fast-changing environment has led to requirement to change learning and training. However more often than not, the task of aligning the learning organisation to the business can be challenging and the perception of how the business views the learning organisation in terms of aligning to strategic initiatives is different to how the learning organisation perceives itself.
Downsizing has resulted in a mass drainage and outflow of skills as employees or contractors are let go. To ensure that an organisation can compete globally and remains at par with the technological changes in the global market committing to the investment of on-going skill training is often viewed as a potential unnecessary incision into the bottom line
Corporates, enterprises and charities all wish to run their operations at the minimum costs allowed. We all recognise that in today’s environment, business moves faster than ever. Most organisations now recognise the importance of developing a strategic approach to learning and harnessing the internal skills of their teams. Moving away from more tactical based activities associated with training such as measuring skills-based behaviours, to focusing on acquisition of knowledge and learning transfer that result in individual and organisational performance improvements.
With the explosion of mobile technology, organisations need to take advantage of the benefits, scalability, and viability of using mobile e-learning, using smart phones, tablets, and notepads that offer a blended solution.
E-learning has the potential to fully integrate the benefits of personal freedom with connectivity (belonging to a purposeful group of learners). From an educational perspective the “e” in e-learning stands for more than electronic; it can also stand for extending and enhancing the learning experience.
Fulfilling the buyers requirements
The four pillars that go to underpin the buyer’s requirements and therefore still define the industry offerings are centred on the following: • Compliance and accreditation
Scalable and flexible whilst achieving a real reduction in Cost
Improving, tracking and measuring Learners’ performance
Real time management, alignment and communication to support on-going changes.
The ability to track and report learner performance remains uppermost in many procurers’ minds.
Isaac Asimov’s quote is now more urgent and relevant if corporates are to gain a lean and competitive advantage with a progressive highly skilled workforce for the 21st century.
“No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be.”