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On this page you can learn a little bit more about me and my skills and experience within mindfulness and mnemonics.

Who am I?

My name is Chris Davy. I was born in Wolverhampton, West Midlands in 1985. I grew up in Exmouth, Devon from 1994. I studied at Kingston University from 2004 to 2007. Now I live in Exeter, Devon with my girlfriend, Tracey, and our son, Marley.

My books about mnemonics and mindfulness

I have written a couple of books on mnemonics. I have a broad interest in many things, and having worked in a variety of roles and environments, these books come from all my years of experience.

S is for… Something: Short, sweet, simple, silly, serious, stupid, smart, self-help.

Using mindfulness and mnemonics techniques, S is for… Something is a simple but sophisticated model that will provide you with the tools you need to achieve long and small term goals.

S is for… Short, Sweet, Simple Sports Coaching and Performance

S is for… Short, Sweet, Simple Sports Coaching and Performance details a bit more about my coaching journey and what I have achieved. It also encourages you to develop and improve your knowledge of coaching and performance with a dedicated worksheet section.

What do I do?

At present I work for Exeter College as an Individual Learning Record Officer. My role focuses on supporting the delivery of apprenticeships.

What is my education?

Degree – Kingston University
B.A. Hons. Film Studies & Media and Cultural Studies, Third

A Level – Exmouth Community College – 2004
Media Studies, A
Product Design, B
Maths, E

AS Level – Exmouth Community College, 2003
Physics, E

GCSEs – Exmouth Community College, 2002
Maths, A
English Language, BB
English Literature, B
Art, B
French, B
Geography, B
Science, CC
Graphic Design, C

What other qualifications do I have?

Mental Awareness for Sport and Physical Activity, Mind / UK Coaching
July 2020
Level 1 Football Coaching Award, English FA
May 2018
Level 2 Introduction to Counselling Skills Award, Ascentis
November 2015
Level 3 Certificate in Basketball Coaching, Basketball England
June 2015
Level 2 Multi Sports Activity Leader, Pearson
October 2012
Level 1 Assistant Coach British American Football, BAFA
November 2011
Level 2 Basketball Coaching Award, Basketball England
February 2010
Level 1 Basketball Coaching Award, Basketball England
March 2009

What is my work history?

Exeter College, Exeter – Individual Learning Record Officer
Education and Training Skills, Exeter – Administrator
Purple Balm, Exeter – Administrator
RMBI Cadogan Court, Exeter – Receptionist / Administration Assistant
*Unemployed* – Left role to get a job with admin better experience
University of Exeter – Recreation Assistant / Receptionist / Duty Manager / Basketball Coach
LED Leisure – Exmouth Leisure Centre – Membership Sales Advisor
LED Leisure – Exmouth Pavilion – Bar and Events Staff
Woodbury Park Golf and Country Club, Exeter – Maintenance Staff
Haven Banks Sandy Bay, Exmouth – Cleaning Supervisor
*Unemployed* – Redundancy
Accenture(South West Water), Exeter – Administration Assistant
Pro Coaching – Sports Coach
Self-Employed – Sports Coach
*Unemployed* – Change of career direction
Express and Echo, Exeter – Merchandiser
Schuh, Exeter – Sales Assistant
Haven Banks Sandy Bay, Exmouth – Laundry Sorter
*Unemployed* – Relocation
Wolverhampton Civic Halls – Bar Staff
Olivant’s, Exmouth – Chef de Partie
Woodbury Park Golf and Country Club, Woodbury – Kitchen Porter
The Farmhouse, Exmouth – Waiter and Kitchen Porter
The Imperial Hotel, Exmouth – Porter and Waiter
Hussey’s, Exeter (Work experience)
Private architect, Exeter (Work experience)
The Card Zone, Exeter (Family business)

How did I learn about mnemonics?

My first experience with mnemonics was when I was about 7. I used to have keyboard lessons and that is where I learnt one of the first mnemonics I ever learned.

Every Good Boy Deserves Football

E, G, B, D, F

These are the lines on a musical stave.

Like all of us, I have been using mnemonics in a whole variety of ways ever since.

But I properly got into mnemonics when I realised what they were in about 2018. This is where I developed a much more conscious appreciation for what mnemonics are and how to use them.

What is mnemonics?

Click here to read more about what mnemonics is.

How did I learn about mindfulness?

I got into mindfulness in a few ways. My Mum has always been interested in the teachings of Buddhism. My step-dad has an interest in Native American culture. I used to do a lot of sport as a kid. I also learned how to sing and play guitar; my Dad used to DJ regularly and sing whilst I was growing up, so some of that influence comes from him.

One of the important components of all these topics is breathing and/or visualisation; which are significant parts mindfulness.

What is mindfulness?

Click here to read more about what mindfulness is.

How did I learn about meditation?

I learnt about meditation through the whole range of things I was exposed to growing up; sport, music, religion, entertainment. Because the common components of meditation are a large part of sport and entertainment I developed my own style through these areas.

What is meditation?

Click here to read more about what meditation is.

Why did I create Mindfulness Mnemonics?

I created Mindfulness Mnemonics because I believe mindfulness and mnemonics together hold a lot of value that can benefit people. I love being creative and this platform allows me to do that as much or as little as I can or want.

How can you contact Mindfulness Mnemonics?

Visit the contact page.