Back to the Future! What you focus on is what you get!

sunset 1Finally I am ready to start writing about looking to the future. To start with I want to pose a few questions for this week:

 

 

When you think about the future, how do you think about it?

Are you making plans that are sensible and practical?

Do you have dreams?

Do you imagine spending your lottery winnings?

Are your future thoughts about catastrophe and mayhem?

Are you excited about the future?

Afraid?

Anxious?

Curious?

Oblivious?

Are you like Scarlet O’Hara? “I’ll think about it tomorrow?

Next week I will begin answering some of these questions from my perspective. Until then, share your thoughts with me.  fog on the forest

 

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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