Elizabeth Claire's E-News

November 2014 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

Oct 22, 2014 - 0 comments

What? Tanks of oxygen? No, of course not...what's needed is oxygen in the blood vessels pumping up to the brain. A sufficient supply of oxygen is the brain's essential need for remembering things. I learned this when taking a course with Tony Robbins (undoubtedly the best teacher in the world for getting difficult ideas across. We learned with "whole body" attention.)

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October 2014 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

Sep 18, 2014 - 0 comments

New students are more than likely going through many aspects of culture shock. Shock is the body's complex physical reactions to changes in the environment. Culture shock can take many forms and seemingly opposite forms: Anxiety, sleeplessness, sleepiness, loss of appetite, over-eating, loss of self-esteem, fearfulness..

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September 2014 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

Aug 27, 2014 - 0 comments

Happy summertime. I hope you are enjoying, resting, getting refreshed. I'm at my summer headquarters escaping the heat in St. Martins, NB, the village of my Canadian ancestors. In between working on September's Easy English NEWS and beachcombing, I looked at the hundreds of questionnaires that teachers returned to me to help plan the next year. It's your newspaper, so your ideas make it better.

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June 2014 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

May 07, 2014 - 0 comments

"If you're not making any mistakes, you are playing too small," said one of my "gurus." Mistakes are a natural part of expanding one's skills..we reach out to a higher level, and until we master that, we make mistakes...and when there are no more mistakes, we may feel relaxed for a while, but the ambitious spirit wants to get to the next level...and so we make the mistakes that come with learning to master that level.

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May 2014 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

Apr 09, 2014 - 0 comments

When I was a kid, my grandmother was my caretaker, as my father had been killed in World War II, and my mom was off at work and came home late and tired. Many rainy afternoons, my grandmother told stories of her coming to America, the poverty, the indignities of traveling in steerage, the bedbugs and lice, the trials and fears at Ellis Island; the hard jobs she had as a maid when she arrived in New York City at age 14.

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