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No Rapport? No Relationship!

No Rapport? No Relationship!

Thanks for that introduction! I can’t remember, right now, who introduced me to the NLP expert, but one day we’ll meet again… 🙂 The expert was very into the ‘personal power school of NLP’. My knuckles ached for a little while once I managed to extricate my hand from the handshake. I noticed, while doing…

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6 ways to practice (or practise) your NLP skills

I practise - I become skilled

In developing your NLP skill the old saying ‘I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand’ applies. Actually, when it comes to skill, as opposed to mere knowledge about NLP, this piece of wisdom from Confucius is incomplete. We need to add “… I practice and I become skilled”. Because it’s not enough to just do it once and decide you understand – you have to keep doing it until it becomes an automatic (or unconscious) part of your behaviour.

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Worrying: Mental Rehearsal for Failure

Worry = Mental Rehearsal for failure

Worry: Mental Rehearsal for failure Worrying is normal. We all to do it, at times. We worry about how we’ll handle an important event, such as a job interview, presentation or appraisal. Or exam. Sports or arts performance. And the more important this event, the more worried we become… We imagine we’ll forget things, or…

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“I’ve lost the car!”

Poor memory - I've lost the car

‘I’ve lost the car!’ It can be a terrifying moment. You return to where you’ve parked your car. And it’s gone. ‘Where did I leave it? It was right here…! Now its gone…’ And you search and search. All over the car park. Faster and faster as panic builds. ‘It’s been stolen!’ Panic. So you…

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Professional Guild of NLP (2004-2017)

The Professional Guild of NLP was founded in 2004 by a number of NLP training organisations.  It was an independent membership-owned body which supported professional standards of training in NLP. Member organisations agreed to a code of ethics, a core syllabus, and to a minimum length of training. The Professional Guild of NLP was set…

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The 10 Steps to Highly Effective Hating!

How to hate peole - 7 steps to highly effective hating

You have to be careful if you want to be good at hating people. For example, you must take care not to get to know them. This could spoil everything. If you get to know someone you could easily be side-tracked into seeing them as humans like yourself and even as likeable.

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Strong Leaders Create Weak Followers

Strong leaders create weak followers

The new team forms On the Low Ropes course you are part of a small group of 5-8 people who have to resolve a number of non-strenuous team challenges and problem-solving activities and, ideally, become a team in the process. You don’t know one another – you’ve met for the first time about 3 1/2…

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No surprises, please! Keep it the same…

The sameness (routine) or Difference variety) NLP Meta Programme

  The NLP Meta Programme of ‘Sameness’ Some of us prefer ‘sameness’ patterns – we like to do the same thing over and over again. For example, do you tend to Shop in the same supermarket? Use the same route to work – or to the gym? Dress much the same as you did 10…

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If you believe you can’t, you’re right

If you believe you can't.... you're right! If you believe you can - you'll have a go!

How do you respond to challenges? I can do this!   or   I can’t do this! Some people approach challenges or unfamiliar situations with Possibility Thinking – others with Impossibility Thinking. Each attitude directly affects your thinking and your actions… as well as the results you get. Henry Ford is supposed to have said something…

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