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Ruth henry-ovid

As a dyspraxic, dyslexic and unofficial autistic woman I find ways to better improve my life and others who make a choice to improve their lives as well. Certified inbound marketer, coach and public speaker. Founder of @tryxavietime and @celebratedhub an avid fan of all things that help people and businesses grow!

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Harambe the Gorillas death, who is really to blame?

By Ruth henry-ovid / June 8, 2016

Harambe was shot with a rifle after a four-year-old boy fell into his enclosure at a Cincinnati zoo on Saturday The 17-year-old gorilla could be seen holding the child’s hand in video footage before he was killed The bottom line is Zoos are businesses that capitalize on breeding, buying, and selling animals. Their main priority is […]

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11 Ways to have a happy workplace

By Ruth henry-ovid / May 27, 2016

Workplace bullies crave power. Bullying is all about power. It is time to take the power back from them and use it for yourself!   Bullying and harassment is behaviour that makes someone feel intimidated or offended. As a dyspraxic, you should never feel that you have to discount your feelings for being “too sensitive*”. Side […]

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12 easy ways to improve public speaking as an introvert

By Ruth henry-ovid / May 24, 2016

When I am delivering public speaking (with my introvert tendancies) in front of a large audience I do not find it a problem, most of the time it is a joy. Having to speak to 2 people in a small group and concentrate on different topics, know how to exit a conversation with grace… a […]

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Shaka Zulu restaurant is it really worth it?

By Ruth henry-ovid / May 6, 2016

So about a year ago I went to a restaurant in Camden called Shaka Zulu (aptly name after the great African King). Shaka Zulu was the first restaurant to give me the experience of eating Crocodile. I literally ate Crocodile but perhaps eating Crocodile is an analogy we can all use to get out of […]

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