Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Power of Perception

Last week I attended the NLP Conference in London and spent time with some amazing people. The buzz was wonderful and there were many interesting speakers. I asked a number of people which PSiNLP Pre-supposition they would like me to write about … Continue reading

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Choice always exists, even when we think it doesn’t!

Thanks this week to Chris Oulds (Shoukry)  who made a comment on a Linkedin group “Organisational NLP”. “Melody – for me number 9 “No matter where we find ourselves there is always choice” is the most incredibly powerful and empowering truth … Continue reading

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Recognising who we really are!

One of our recently qualified NLP Trainer’s, Raymond Honings made a comment about last week’s blog; “Number 3 is so true for me right now. I guess this really kicked last summer during the TT2011. Things are really falling into … Continue reading

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The PSiNLP Pre-suppositions

This week I would like to introduce you to the PSiNLP Pre-suppositions.  As I mentioned in my previous post, in 2010 we (myself and Joe Cheal)  formed a new school of NLP with Julie Silverthorn. Julie Silverthorn is a Master Trainer of … Continue reading

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