Monthly Archives: May 2012

Well-being, Time to stop and smell the roses!

Today in the UK we are experiencing beautiful sunny weather, it is warm and everything is delightful. This follows many weeks of heavy rain and a feeling that summer would never come. It is amazing how the weather impacts on … Continue reading

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Promoting well-being and stress hardiness

This week I am returning to the book “The Power of Resilience” written by Robert Brooks and Sam Goldstein and in particular the second feature they associated with resilient people: Possessing strategies to develop “stress hardiness”. There are a wealth … Continue reading

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Self authorship, the next step after self-responsibility

This week I am teaching an NLP Master Practitioner programme and so will keep my blog short. Having said that self-responsibility is an important feature of Master Practitioner training, by taking ownership of our experience we are becoming more resourceful … Continue reading

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Self Responsibility, taking control of your life!

Last week I made some comments about the book, “The Power of Resilience” written by Robert Brooks and Sam Goldstein. This week I intend to expand on the first assumption and feature of the resilient mindset, feeling in control of … Continue reading

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