Monthly Archives: December 2013

Can values be negative?

Following on from last week I want to explore the question raised by one of my readers about whether a value can be negative. If a value is important to you it is important. Someone else might view it negatively … Continue reading

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Understanding Values and how they shape our lives

I received a number of emails from readers about this new series and as a result will be addressing a few of the questions raised before proceeding in more depth. Here are the questions: What is a value? How are … Continue reading

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Plugging into your values

This week as we head into the holiday season I have decided to change tack slightly. Over the next few weeks I am going to share my thoughts with you about values and how these impact on our personal power. … Continue reading

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Recognising Parallel Processes in Coaching

I know many of my readers are coaches and NLP Practitioners so this week I wanted to share some information about the concept of parallel processes. What is a parallel process? A parallel process is a dynamic in relationships that … Continue reading

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Stopping Games, stepping out of unhelpful patterns of behaviour

This week I am returning to the use of Transactional Analysis as a way of recognising and stopping negative repeating patterns of behaviour. Games are habits and we all have our own favourites. When coaching, games can be very destructive … Continue reading

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