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I heard a story on the news yesterday about a man whose wife had Alzheimers. As her carer, he has to undress and dress her everyday. Due to the disease she no longer ‘knows’ him and accuses him of being a ‘dirty old man’.  For him this is the most upsetting aspect of the disease…. View Article
July 13, 2012
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Kathryn spotted this in Wednesday’s Times. It asserted that the ‘armie’ is taking over from what most of us in the corporate world would call a traditional handshake.  An ‘armie’ is like an arm-wrestle.  Only less aggressive. We noticed just the same thing when Michel Platini, UEFA president, was handing out the medals at Euro… View Article
July 13, 2012
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  One of our clients is a bit unusual. They’re unusual for two reasons. First, they stopped to look at the PowerPoint presentations they were sharing with their clients. They could see that although the content was great, the design really wasn’t.  Slides were crammed with bullet points, long sentences and meaningless data labels.  Sound… View Article
July 5, 2012
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