Last month, we explored the different ways we could use our NLP techniques to improve our self-confidence. This month, we are going to anchor that confidence. You might be asking yourself, "what's anchoring?" And that's a good question. Anchoring
Do you know someone who is really confident? When you look at them, it seems that nothing phases them, challenges are easily overcome, they sway people to their ways, and they just seem to FLOW. For some of us though, self-doubt is more the norm.
It's February and it's the month that we celebrate LOVE. Whether or not you subscribe to the Valentine's Day holiday or believe it's a marketing gimmick to sell flowers and candy, we all need to have love in our lives. It's a mysterious thing.
It's that time of year when people start writing goals or New Year's Resolutions. And for some of you, you might be writing SMART goals - you know, the ones that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time Bound. For some of you, you
This is our last NLP Practice Session in Singapore for the year. And so, we will finish the series we started in October on sensory acuity and using our skills to overcome conflict with others. Continuing on from our last session, we will be
Continuing on from our previous session in November (Part 1), we will be exploring needs conflict. As this session uses the skills learned from the previous session on "I messages", I ask that you've either attended the last session or have viewed
How do we communicate when WE are the ones with the problem? Continuing on from our previous session in October (sensory acuity and reflective listening), we will be exploring "I messages." This session will focus on how we communicate when we are
Are you listening to me? In this month's practice session, we are focusing our attention on sensory acuity. What does that mean? I'm glad you asked. Sensory acuity in NLP terms is when we can use our senses easily. Why would we need to do