After a mysterious impact in the dry Oklahoma landscape, three teenagers discover a world where they can do anything they want. Anything at all: Play. Explore. Fly. Destroy. But as a ripple of consequences impact on reality, Sonny, Isla and Dan realise this is far from a game. Do they now have the power to change the real world? Because if they do, they know exactly what they want to do first… Continue reading
How do you persuade someone to tell you the truth?
By JW Patrick
Part 2 of a summary and review of Spy the Lie by Philip Houston, Michael Floyd, Susan Carnicero and Don Tennant
www.qverity.com. Published by (www.iconbooks.net)
So you’ve spotted a cluster of deceptive behaviours. A colleague, partner, boss, teen, tween, MP or salesman is definitely lying to you. What do you do next? How do you uncover the truth they’re obviously desperate to keep from you.
Remember the truth is not their ally and the facts are not their friends. If they’re lying, they will have a planned strategy to deceive you and you need to prevent them carrying out that strategy. Continue reading
A Summary and Review of: Spy the Lie
by Philip Houston, Michael Floyd, Susan Carnicero and Don Tennant
Published by (www.iconbooks.net) www.qverity.com
Spy the Lie is a book written by a team of CIA officers who have developed a method to help you spot the tell-tale signs that someone is lying to you and help you ask the right questions to uncover the truth. Continue reading
Tips for a Healthy Family – Japanese Style
Summary & Review of Moryama and Doyle.
Japan are the undisputed world champions of Healthy Life Expectancy for both men and women. Japan also has the lowest child obesity levels in the world – despite their society facing the same temptations as ours such as too much screen time and junk food. So is there anything we in Scotland can learn from Japanese attitudes to food and health?