Identifying repeating patterns of behaviour

Firstly, apologies for not getting my blog out last week, I have a good reason. We moved house on Monday and quite frankly it was chaos! The good news however is that we are now settled in our new location on the edge of beautiful Ashdown Forest.

We also then went straight on to teach a four day NLP Diploma workshop in our new purpose built training room. It is lovely to know this is where all our future NLP courses will be taught looking out over the amazing view across the Forest.

So back to the plot! How do we identify repeating patterns of behaviour?

I recommend you start by drawing up for yourself a life line. This can be a quite intense experience so make sure you choose a time and space that is suitable for you. You might even want to work with someone else so that you get some support during the process.

Draw a line to represent your life from conception through to where you are now. Use colours, pictures and symbols to represent significant events and moments from your life. You can either free draw or cut images out of magazines to stick on your life line. Include both positive and negative markers.

Step back from your picture and notice the repetitions, circles, the patterns as they emerge. Start by looking at big events such as relationships, jobs, friendships etc. You can also look at smaller patterns around how you live your life.

About Melody @ GWizlearning

Melody spent fourteen years gathering experience of the business world working in banking, telecommunications and the public sector before co-founding The GWiz Learning Partnership in 1993. Melody has a Masters Degree in Applied Positive Psychology, a degree in Psychology and a diploma in Psychotherapy. She is an NLP Master Trainer which allows her to run NLP Practitioner, NLP Master Practitioner and NLP Trainer Training courses certified by the Positive School of Intrinsic Neuro-Linguistc Psychology. She is also a qualified Myers Briggs practitioner and EI practitioner and added to all this is five years Transactional Analysis training, meaning she is able to help organisations access the hidden potential in their staff. She is also in demand for her work in transforming average or even troubled teams into high performers. Melody is a visiting lecturer at University of East London, teaching "Wellbeing and Positive Psychology" to undergraduates. Additionally, she is a member of the CIPD and is ILM accredited. Melody's interests are many and varied. She has a keen interest in personal development, canine and wolf psychology, conservation, movies and running. She also enjoys western horse riding, walking the GWiz dogs, nature watching and stage combat (particularly sword fighting).
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