About g13

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13 facts:

  1. I’m Jacqui Gatehouse aka @jacquigatehouse – see what people say about working with me here.
  2. This is my personal blog – the views expressed are entirely my own and I can’t, nor would I want to, blame them on anyone else.
  3. I’m a Brit living in lovely Copenhagen.
  4. I’m fascinated by psychology, what makes people tick and how you can take charge of your own destiny.
  5. I’m also passionate about communication, getting your message across and achieving the response you want.
  6. I write about psychology, happiness, stress, body language, relationships and success.
  7. I have a Ph.D. from King’s College, London – though when I’m having a particularly good day my husband asks if it came from a real university or whether it’s a certificate I printed off the internet.
  8. My mission is to help you achieve those BIG, amazing goals (or you might even call them dreams) you have for your life.
  9. You don’t need to know anything about any of my topics to get inspired.  I’m here to teach you what you need.
  10. One tool in my toolkit is NLP and I’m a certified NLP Trainer and Master Coach (ABNLP).
  11. I’m also a certified Master Practitioner of Hypnosis and Time Line TherapyTM (aka The Secret of Creating Your Future).
  12. I’ve trained with some great trainers in the UK – Bruce Farrow (Helford 2000), Kim Blackmore  (Indigo Eagle), Paul McKenna and Richard Bandler.  Plus in the US I’ve trained with Tad and Adriana James.
  13. To make sure you don’t miss my newest posts you can subscribe via WordPress email alerts, RSS or Twitter on my home page.  If you want to chat see my info on the Contact page.


If you haven’t visited my blog before (or even if you have) perhaps you’d like to know where to start and which are the most popular posts to read.

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This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me, and it does not represent the views of my employer, my family, my friends, or anyone or anything that isn’t me.  Sometimes it isn’t perfect – that means mistakes happen from time to time – even though my lovely ex-English teacher mother does her best to catch all the stupid errors and typos I manage to put it so efficiently.  I make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, recentness, suitability or validity of any information on this blog and will not be liable for any errors, omissions or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its use.

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