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Jan
17

The Mind Capacities

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Have you ever taken a test, or assessment to discover who you are, what job best suits you, or which relationships fit you best? Do you know your “type”?

Thinking Styles.

Too many modern assessments and models put people in boxes: you’re an A-type, where you hang in the 4 quadrants, models of personality etc… As much as it is useful to discover certain character traits, those tend to limit us rather than assist us to expand our perception of who we are and how we are “supposed” to behave, because they tend to function deductively (from outside to inside) rather than inductively (from inside to outside).

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Categories : Coaching, Reframe
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Apr
11

NLP

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THE NLP TUTORIAL GROUP SITE CLOSED FOR NOW, WE SOMETIMES REOPEN THIS TUTORIAL. SIGN UP TO BECOME THE MASTERMINDS CLUB’S MEMBER NEWSLETTER (it’s fr.ee) TO GET NOTIFIED WHEN WE REOPEN.

To know more about NLP, go to the NLP Tutorial website. It is a member only website (you need to be registered as a student of our certification course to have full access), but the blog is public, so you can read more on NLP there.

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Mar
29

Switch-Position MP3

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Click below to listen to the Switch-Position exercise.

switch-position-super-power

Is that useful for you? Please leave me a comment below!

Thanks!

Categories : MP3, NLP, Reframe
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Mar
29

How NOT to go Bananas

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Sometimes, misunderstanding arises when we do not understand other people’s map of the world, or in other words, when we cannot put ourselves in their shoes.

Each person reacts to the other, the situation escalates, emotions intensify, and the chance of reaching a mutually beneficial agreement disappears in a puff of smoke.

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Categories : Coaching, How To, NLP, Reframe
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Mar
02

Belief Change

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Beliefs are prime examples of generalisations about ourselves AND the world, which act as a spring board to all our decisions. Beliefs are JUST IDEAS, there is nothing intrinsically TRUE about them.

One of the most powerful character of beliefs is that they often become self-fulfilling prophecies.

A common example of this is when a person firmly believes they’ve lost something, and sure enough, they can’t find it until someone points out that the lost object is right in front of them!

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Categories : How To, NLP
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