Tag Archives: Belief

What has neuro-science got to do with the coaching or NLP?

This week I am starting brand new blog. My intention is to share with you some of the current thinking about how neuro-science is beginning to provide links that support approaches in both coaching and NLP. Firstly let me be … Continue reading

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Breaking habitual patterns of thinking

Last week I talked about how some of us have the habit of catastrophizing future experience and how I had noticed this pattern in myself. So what have I been doing about it? The first step in all personal development … Continue reading

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When thoughts of the future lead to despair

My title this week is a little dramatic and yet feels fitting. This week we lost a wonderful man, Robin Williams. He added so much to the world publically and from what I’m reading privately too. Who really knows what … Continue reading

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Learning from the Past, and letting it go

Last week I set the scene about this series looking at whether you live in the past, the present or the future. As I mentioned before there is a value to each of these positions however balance is the name … Continue reading

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Getting back in the driving seat of your life!

Last week I wrote about positive intentions and how these can keep us stuck if we do not find a new way to satisfy these important intentions. This week I want to build on what you need to do to … Continue reading

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How can we stay safe if we let go of our fear, hurt and anger?

Following on from last week.. From an NLP perspective whenever we help someone tackle a personal issue we look at how to preserve the original “positive intention”. For example when we talk about letting go of either fear, hurt or … Continue reading

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Why do we hang onto our hurts, fears and anger?

This week’s blog follows on from my thoughts about forgiveness last week. In NLP we use a term “positive intention”. This is the understanding that for every behaviour there is a positive intention that drives it. Sometimes this positive intention is … Continue reading

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Why is forgiveness often so challenging?

It is my birthday today and I found myself thinking “maybe I’ll skip the blog this week”. How interesting when I reflect that I wrote a brief holding blog last week because I was working. What is really going on? … Continue reading

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Changing on the outside by making external shifts

Last week I wrote about changing our values by changing our thinking. This week I want to expand on that theme. Whenever we make major internal shifts in our consciousness there are likely to changes that need to be made … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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