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Gerry Neale

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Member since: Mar 02, 2012

Gerry Neale has been and remains intrigued and excited by how we can improve our performance and level of happiness. We can achieve this with the psychology simplified as to the way we think about ourselves and how by changing our thinking we can make things happen.

He has written a novel, 'Squaring Circles' which was published in the UK in 2011 by Pearl Press ISBN 9780956868824. ( It has a great story line but cleverly combines that storyline with a cognitive behavioural theme with which the reader can share. The website for the book has much more information about the self-discovery book. He has been likened to a British version of Paulo Cuelho

He is a Visiting Lecturer to under-graduates and post-graduates at the University of Westminster in cognitive thinking.

He has mentored company management and local authority senior personnel on managing change both at a corporate level and on an individual basis.

He has acted as counsellor and mentor to individuals on a personal basis online and offline.

He writes lyrics to existing music as well as for music still to be written. He has written nearly 60 lyrics in genres including love and philosophical, Latin and spiritual, contemporary Christian music and Pop. He is always happy to collaborate with composers of music looking for a lyricist.

He draws in charcoal and paints in watercolour. He also paints seascapes and animal pictures in a unusual mixed media style of watercolour and ink pointillism.

He is an accomplished After Dinner Speaker and a Motivational & Inspirational Speaker.

His predominant fascination is the relentless stream of revelations from on-going research about how we think and how our cognitive thinking conditions and patterns our behaviour. He is about to launch an eBook on how our thinking conditions our success.

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