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Anthony Wright – Author and Speaker at the CIPD Conference – You Can Self-Heal…

Submitted by on April 25, 2016 – 6:20 am |

Anthony WrightAnthony Wright has first-hand experience of health setbacks. A series of operations for a brain tumour left him comatose, brain damaged and unable to walk.

Along the way he was nearly blinded, died once and lost most of his hearing. There were consequences with slowed, dyslexic speech and memory issues. His face collapsed on one side.

He has been engaged in a journey of recovery for 10 years and it was two years before he could walk properly.

His recovery has been spectacular. He can walk, lift weights and play golf. He now runs his own company as an international speaker, trainer and author.

Anthony will be speaking in May 2016, at the Chartered Institute of Personal Development conference, Olympia London. The subject is Neuroplasticity and Learning – a topic of which he has first-hand experience.

Anthony explains Neuroplasticity further;

“Neuroplasticity is a process by which a brain learns or acquires new skills and thought processes.”

Anthony is one of a very few people that practices neuroplasticity to manage and enhance his mental capacity, hence the interest of CIPD for both learning and business development.

Anthony Wright’s official website is

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