Monthly Archives: September 2011

Feedback versus Failure

As I continue to explore the NLP pre-suppositions it is interesting to reflect on how some of them can be misinterpreted. This next one has been worded in  a number of different ways, for the purpose of discussion I will … Continue reading

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NLP Pre-suppositions and Changing Reality!

This week I am continuing to explore the NLP pre-suppositions and today I am focusing on one of the more wordy examples. “The ability to change the process by which we experience reality is more often valuable than changing the content … Continue reading

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Introducing the NLP Pre-suppositions

This week I am starting a new series of blogs. It is my intention to explore some of the underlying philosophy of NLP contained within the NLP Pre-suppositions. This philosophy provides a useful framework for personal development. For the next … Continue reading

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Managing Emotions in Others

This week I will be completing the series by discussing how we handle emotions in others. There are so many excellent approaches out there however each situation is different and although techniques are useful it is worth bearing in mind … Continue reading

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