Category: strategies

Metaprograms: How big are your chunks?

In the last blog I visited the concept of ‘metaprograms’ – the general approaches to life that influence our view of the world and affect the success of our choices and outcomes, both positively and negatively. There are no ‘wrong’

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5 stage-fright re-frames to shift your focus

Stage-fright on some level, is pretty much a given with many of the performers and speakers that I work with. On one level it is completely understandable. Few of us like the idea of standing up there in front of

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Don’t let the weather determine your mood!

Most people have heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), the condition that is believed to occur during the months of short days, when we are less exposed to vitamin D and this, in consequence, results in low mood or even

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How are you filtering your experience?

One of the core principles of NLP is the idea that we view the world through a range of filters.  The thing is that there is just so much information in our day to day experience that it is impossible

Feeling it and doing it anyway! – (3 books that genuinely changed my life, PART 2)

I experienced a powerful period of growth, success and self-development during my late thirties and early forties.  As I said in my last blog, this was largely due to putting into action the practices and philosophy of Steven Covey’s ‘Seven Habits of

3 books that genuinely changed my life (and one that probably will do it again). PART 1.

We’re just about still in the season of renewal, rebirth, resolutions and rehabilitation I think. There definitely is an urge among many of us to consider new directions and find new ways of seeing things in the early weeks of

One simple question that can improve your relationship.

Sometimes when you meet a person for the very first time it can really feel like you are a great match. As you get to know that special someone you may notice how very much you have in common: you

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