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Mark Stephens is a hypnotherapist, Timeline Therapy trainer and Internationally Accredited Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), as well as an expert in ju-jitsu, tai-chi and Qi Gong. In 1990 Mark was diagnosed with lymphoma and given a possible six months to live. Sixteen years later with a clean bill of health Mark is dedicated to bringing the public and business sector the latest strategies and skills to allow individuals to reach their goals. Mark's Think Slim program was created by combining the best of Hypnotherapy, Timeline Therapy and NLP with some good old-fashioned motivational tips and commonsense. Mark runs Think Slim seminars, produces a Think Slim regular newsletter, and is also a corporate trainer in motivation and sales.
If you have tried all kinds of diets and forms of exercise, to lose weight, and nothing works then maybe this is the book for you. This book concentrates more on your state of mind towards yourself and your attitude to food and exercise and through self-hypnosis Mark Stephens gives you the tools to finally change your thought processes to embrace a healthier lifestyle.
This volume brings together recent excavations at two sites in Pocklington, East Yorkshire. The main focus of the Volume will be examining Iron Age burials, which included chariots, sword and spears and will also include earlier Prehistoric and later Roman activity. The excavations have enabled further scientific evidence for migration and mobility in the Iron Age population and secure chronologies for artefacts. New evidence from osteological analysis gives support for Warrior Graves and burial rites. The Pocklington shield has been described as one of the most significant pieces of Iron Age art. The exceptional Finds including a dismantled chariot with horses and an upright chariot also with horses captured the worlds media and the public imagination. The excavations at Pocklington in 2017& 2018 were featured on BBC 4's Digging for Britain series and was voted Current Archaeology Rescue Project of the Year 2018. The Anglian elements will be included in an additional volume.
Social rented housing in Britain is undergoing radical reform - often inspired by European experiences. This timely report provides a comparative analysis of the social rented sector in seven European countries. Combined with analysis of labour market and social security systems, it challenges the assumptions behind the British reform agenda. Social market or safety net?: analyses the ownership, allocation, pricing and financing of the social rented sector in seven European countries; presents the first comparative data on the social composition of the main tenures; highlights the comparative poverty of tenants of social rented housing in the UK compared with their European counterparts; links housing to social security systems; provides a critique of the current reform agenda in the UK