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Neil J Lloyd
South Wales
Creative consultant, infopreneur, trainer, scanner
Interests: Anything that's fun, teaches me something new and allows me to connect with other people
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Just a quick post to let all you lovely people know that I'm now blogging over at GayTravellerBlog.com Hope to see you over there! Gay Traveller Blog is an online travel magazine written from a gay male perspective that welcomes... Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2010 at NeilJLloyd.com
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Just a quick post for those of you that like the idea of a nomadic life with changing scenery and new adventures. Take a look here: www.livecollarfree.com/vanabode-review You could be vanaboding and funding your lifestyle vanabonding*, leveraging technology to work... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2010 at NeilJLloyd.com
I think men across the world who have naturally scruffy facial hair (like me) could benefit from "Beard Management for Dummies"
Toggle Commented Mar 24, 2010 on TypePad for Dummies at Everything Typepad
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Mar 15, 2010
Can't wait to read this expanded and updated version. I loved the last edition - it was as if Tim was reading my mind back to me and adding new insights and ideas. Top bloke!
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This week I was fortunate to spend a couple of hours amongst the beautiful drawings, poetry and letters of the great Michelangelo - a Renaissance Soul of renaissance times. Being in the presence of this master's work is nothing less... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2010 at NeilJLloyd.com
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This week, my brand new shiny black 3GS 32GB iPhone arrived in its wonderfully compact box. As I'm on the move quite a bit, I wanted a handheld device to add to my collection of digital nomad gadgets that would... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2010 at NeilJLloyd.com
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Just four hours away from the ice and snow in the UK, the mild climate of Playa de las Americas - one of Tenerife´s better resorts - extended a warm hand as I wound towards it through the undulating landscape.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 7, 2010 at NeilJLloyd.com
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Here are 3 great links for renaissance souls, all of which contain free resources to help you create a full, fulfilling and fun life. Perhaps the most developed, comprehensive and active clubs for those wanting to make a living from... Continue reading
Posted Jan 23, 2010 at NeilJLloyd.com
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We all know that taking breaks during the day to 'power down and reboot' has a tremendously beneficial affect on our wellbeing, productivity and happiness ...but are the breaks that we take high quality ones and do we take them... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2010 at www.NLPCoach.me.uk
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We all know that taking breaks during the day to 'power down and reboot' has a tremendously beneficial affect on our wellbeing, productivity and happiness ...but are the breaks that we take high quality ones and do we take them... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2010 at NeilJLloyd.com
Hi Claire. Glad you enjoyed it! In answer to your question, I am working on a full 30 minute Chillaxer with both a 'wake up' ending and an alternative 'drift off to sleep' ending. I will send out an email to Freedom Club members ( http://www.neiljlloyd.com/the-freedom-club.html ) and blog about it as soon as it's available. Best wishes - Neil
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I've just returned from some Winter Sun ...with a difference. This time, as well as soaking up some rays, reading by the pool and exploring cultural highlights, I also acted as a guide, accompanying visually impaired (VI) travellers. Traveleyes was... Continue reading
Posted Dec 6, 2009 at NeilJLloyd.com
Hi Claire. May get chance to write a brief blog post or a cheeky chirp (my name for meaningful tweet!), though main aim of this trip is to relax, refresh and absorb myself in Tunisian life! Catch up with you soon Neilxx
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Souks, medinas and quiet beaches await me for the next stop in my winter wanderings. It's been a while since my last visit to Africa and I'm really looking forward to exploring another corner of this great continent, getting to... Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2009 at NeilJLloyd.com
Great new feature though the pop up doesn't work very well on netbooks - you can't scroll down to reveal the OK and Cancel buttons
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Nov 18, 2009
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How quicky ten years passes! In preparation for my winter travels I've just had to renew my passport. Following the strict criteria laid down for the passport photo, I made sure I wasn't smiling - adopting the 'natural position.' How... Continue reading
Posted Nov 15, 2009 at NeilJLloyd.com
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I've finally said goodbye to my 'permanent home' and today is the first day of my digital nomad trial. By midday I had crossed two counties, directed traffic on a busy road (to avoid an accident happening), stumbled into camera... Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2009 at NeilJLloyd.com
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I'm just having a break, a cup of tea and a square of dark chocolate. You see, I'm making quite a few life changes this week so a nice cuppa is a welcome break from all the packing, informing people... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2009 at NeilJLloyd.com
One of the presuppostions of NLP is that mind and body are connected - one affects the other and together they form a system. Dancing is a fantastic way to uplift the mind. A boogie around the living room can... Continue reading
Posted Oct 10, 2009 at www.NLPCoach.me.uk
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Hello Healthcare Improvers! Welcome to the Streamflows October Newsletter, which keeps you informed of healthcare courses and services to help you develop your team and services, your career and yourself. Next Courses 30th October 09 Presenting with Power® Cardiff 19th... Continue reading
Posted Oct 3, 2009 at www.Streamflows.co.uk
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"When one door closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us" ~Helen Keller (1880 - 1968) Have you recently been through the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 29, 2009 at www.NLPCoach.me.uk
Hmmm.. I'm guessing some sort of cellulose link combined with the way sheep digest (or don't digest). Not sure how successful it would be with other grass eating / non grass eating animals - maybe ask the guys at Creative Paper Wales...? Are you thinking about cat poo paper?!
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Many of the people I work with have to keep track of their expenses for some reason or another and may have a number of projects on the go - all requiring financial management. Getting your finances in control is... Continue reading
Posted Sep 15, 2009 at www.NLPCoach.me.uk