VideosPosted on June 6, 2012
Melody Hossaini (InspirEngage): The Power of the right Mindset.
Ever counted how many times we say the words ‘I don’t like…’, ‘I don’t want…’ and ‘he/she can’t do…’ – Here’s a challenge for everyone, for the next month (and beyond), focus your sentences on expressing what you like- if you see something nice and someone doing something well- tell them!, what you want, and what YOU can do, instead of what other people can’t do.
This direct expression and mindset, will then in turn attract the right energy. If you already do it- then you know exactly what I’m talking about.
My name is Dalton Grant and I am a former World Class High Jumper. I am a three time Olympian, European and Commonwealth Gold medallist. Life is full of challenges and it is how you deal with the situations that face you that can make all the difference. Mental and physical preparation is the key to success, so you need to overcome any problems which will prevent you from preparing properly – eg, peer pressure, punctuality, discipline, respect (for yourself and others). Overcoming these things will set you up in life and lead you down the correct path. We may find it difficult to do these things at the start, but with perserverence and sacrifice it will become easier and turn into a habit.
Just as people’s bodies can become unwell, people’s minds can become unwell too. Mental health problems are more common than you might think – three children in every classroom have a mental health problem.
There are different kinds of physical illness and different ways to treat them. There are also different types of mental illness and different types of treatments for them. But mental illness is something most people find hard to talk about.
A video created by young Volunteers at Brook Charity. Part of the Sex:Positive campaign.
NDCS is a charity that offers support to the deaf community. This project was the first of its kind in that it focused on deaf teenagers, offering advice direct from the peer group
Created for the Look, Smile, Chat campaign – simple steps can make a big difference to deaf teenagers’ lives. A guy tells a hilarious joke and almost everyone gets it. Do you?
Winner of 9 international film awards, this stunning short film set in the rural wheat belt of Western Australia, provides a candid insight into the life of Ronan (David Lazarus), a 14 yr old boy who’s been bullied at school his whole life. This accurate & controversial portrayal of life for someone who has fallen victim to bullying and the repercussions which exist, is told by director A.J. Carter in a unique, visually exposition intensive format with very little use of dialogue.
Vinnie Jones shows how hard and fast Hands-only CPR to Stayin’ Alive by the Bee Gees can help save the life of someone who has had a cardiac arrest.
I dare you not to wash your hands…..