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About Harvey Taylor

Hi. I'm Harvey Taylor. I live in Bournemouth with my wife and children. I run several websites. At www.fixmyproblemnow.com you will find everything you need to know about the coaching, therapy, training and hypnotherapy services I provide in Bournemouth and anywhere else in the world, as well as a whole host of useful information and support. If you are specifically interested in hypnotherapy go to www.harveyhypnosis.com At www.harveytaylorsblog.com you will find poetry, stories, rants and suggestions for surviving and thriving in the Age of Bullsh*t. I also curate Uncle Oojah who celebrated his 100th anniversary this year 18th Feb 2019. Check out www.uncleoojah.com

What happens when you stop smoking?

We all know what can happen if you keep smoking. But what happens when you stop? How long does it take to recover? And just how far can you go in recovering from the adverse effects of this miserable habit? … Continue reading

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The Flow State – Getting in the Zone

Great article @yourbrainhealth from Dr Sarah McKay on the FLOW state. The trick, in my view, is to develop a career/business that allows you to operate maximally in the flow state, and to find a way to operate within a … Continue reading

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How does ‘Fix My Problem Now’ work? – The Video (with Harvey Taylor)

Lots of people have problems. All people, in fact. But where do they come from? And more importantly, why are they so difficult to fix? Surprisingly there is no such thing as a ‘problem’… Source: How does ‘Fix My Problem … Continue reading

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How does ‘Fix My Problem Now’ work? – The Video (with Harvey Taylor)

Lots of people have problems. All people, in fact. But where do they come from? And more importantly, why are they so difficult to fix? Surprisingly there is no such thing as a ‘problem’. I mean you can’t put a…

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Fix My Problem Now Groups

What is the set-up? Fix My Problem Now Groups typically consist of 5 people who each have a problem they are seeking to solve. Groups meet weekly for 6 weeks initially. Sessions last for 2 hours wh… Source: Fix My … Continue reading

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Mars Espresso

‘But why, some say, the Moon? Why choose this as our goal? And they may well ask, why climb the highest mountain? Why 35 years ago, fly the Atlantic? … We choose to go to the Moon in this decade … Continue reading

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Who’s in Charge

Getting to Grips with Nominative Determinism What is a name? Not something you hold Not something you put in a bucket Names do not come in boxes or arrive on trains Though they often bring their own luggage And remain … Continue reading

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SAD, sadness and depression

Just read the attached PsyPost  article questioning whether Seasonal Affective Disorder actually exists. Once again, it made me wonder whether the whole notion of a ‘mental illness’ as a distinct, categorisable, phenomenolgical entity has any real value. I am not … Continue reading

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Stress and Lobsters

This post, shared by my friend and mentor, Gloria Hammett of the Romney Centre in Southampton, is so brilliant I just have to share it.

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Multipotentialites

I love this TED talk by Emilie Wapnick. If only I had been in the same class as her at school. Better still, what if some of my teachers or employers over the last 45 years had subscribed to this? … Continue reading

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