NLP, goals, and motivation
NLP methods for making objectives motivating and achievable
- Design goals that will work: Use the NLP 'well-formed outcome' process to make your goals realistic
- The PECSAW model: How to use the six questions of the NLP PECSAW method to accurately design goals or outcomes
- What do you DO want? With goals or aspirations make sure you focus on what you do want rather than on what you don't want
- The Future on Wheels is our term for people who are always 'going to have a great future' - when they don't commit to goals or don't link their goals with action steps
- Use pain to motivate yourself: It may sound strange but using thoughts of what you'll miss out on if you don't act is a great motivator!
- Is it a goal or merely a dream? Goals or dreams? (1) How to recognise the key differences between a goal and a dream.
- 5 tips for making goals more achievable: Goals or Dreams (2) - this develops the PECSAW method (see above).
- From dreams to realisation: 5 tips for bringing dreams into reality
- The NLP Disney Strategy 1: Just what is the Disney Creativity Strategy and how can it be used in goal setting?
- The NLP Disney Strategy 2: How to apply the Disney Creativity Strategy in a step by step manner
- Goals - How to eat an airplane! - some NLP tips on how to deal with major projects
- Values (1) How to identify the feelings you want to feel in your life
- Values (2) How to design your life to make it more fulfilling
- Tiny steps to your goals - The John Naber strategy
Our NLP articles are in 5 sections
Tips and insights into how to improve how you communicate
A list of tips, information and techniques for managing your moods and emotional reactions. This is the first of two pages.
A second list of tips and techniques for feeling more in charge of your thourhgt and feelings
How NLP can be applied at work - in managing, leading, team development, and in your career.
There is a lot more to goals than SMART objectives. How to design your goals to so they lead to action and achieve what you really want.
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