Monthly Archives: July 2012

Building Resilience from both success and failure

In my next instalment of about resilience I am exploring the power of learning from experience. Many people who lack resilience fall into the trap of constantly repeating self-defeating patterns of behaviour and thinking patterns. These patterns keep them trapped … Continue reading

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Unmatched expectations the path to unhappiness

Once more I return to the ten features that make up a resilient mindset according Robert Brooks and Sam Goldstein. This week I am reflecting on the characteristic of realistic goal setting and expectations. If you live in the UK … Continue reading

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Resilient problem solving and decision making

This week I am continuing my series of blogs looking at the factors involved in resilient mindsets as described by Robert Brooks and Sam Goldstein in their book “The Power of Resilience”. According to Brooks and Goldstein effective problem solving … Continue reading

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International NLP Research Conference: A personal perspective

I’m taking a break this week from the series I have been writing about resilience to share with you my experience of attending the 3rd International NLP Research Conference held this week. It really was an international affair with speakers … Continue reading

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Resilient interpersonal communication skills, understanding and being understood

Continuing my series of blogs on developing resilience I would like to turn to the important role interpersonal communication takes. Understanding others relates to my previous blogs on empathy and goes much further. NLP has a useful communication model that … Continue reading

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