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Purposeful Conversations with NLP

January 30th, 2022 · Comments

We often get nervous when we need to have a conversation that will give us something we want. We enjoy conversations for the sake of connection, but we don't know how to connect with purpose without becoming stressed or feeling manipulative. NLP offers you a better way to explore how significant conversations achieve connection and purpose.

Tags: nlp · communication · mindset

Focus on Strengths (when it‘s hard to see them)

December 19th, 2021 · Comments

This is a podcast version of a workshop on how to focus on the strengths in other people when those people are making it difficult. What can you do when you go into a conversation hoping for the best and find yourself being sucked into irritation or anxiety or confusion? Stop looking at the problems and start focusing on strengths. This podcast will walk you through three ways to do that.

Tags: Fresh Thinking · nlp · calm · mindset · leading · anxiety · focus · coaching

NLP Practitioner Basics: The State You’re In

July 10th, 2021 · Comments

NLP Canada Training  offers an 8 day NLP certification by Zoom. Are you curious? The first step is understanding how the human system produces your experience using mind and brain and body. The next step is changing elements in your experience to change the way you think, feel or act. And the final step is lots of practice! Learn about State in this introduction to Day 1 of the training.

Tags: nlp · mindset · self-coaching

The Pandemic Story Gap

February 6th, 2021 · Comments

Which side of the story gap are you living? Some people are banded together fighting big odds and terrible conditions. They are the front line, the essential workers who continue to go to work every day. On the other side of the story gap are the people who are home, often alone. On this side of the gap, there are fewer well-known stories. Where will you find the stories that help you move through this time?

Tags: storytelling · mindset · self-coaching

Doing the best you can when you are not at your best

November 14th, 2020 · Comments

You might not feel like your best self today. You might not even be a 7/10.  Maybe you're a three. It's okay. You can work with that. You have to start where you are to make a difference.

Tags: mindset · anxiety · framing · coaching · direction

Look at Halloween through NLP eyes

October 30th, 2020 · Comments

What does NLP allow us to see happening at this scary time of year? Look at how Halloween reveals the best way to approach our deep fears and find the resources to deal with them.

Tags: language · resource · mindset · anxiety · focus · framing

Agree More to Collaborate and Innovate in UncertainTimes

September 25th, 2020 · Comments

Less  than 10 minutes to think differently about how to agree instead of disagreeing so that you let difference into your thinking. These are the skills that connect us and let us keep moving in uncertain times.

Tags: nlp · communication · diversity · mindset

What you pay attention to will grow

August 1st, 2020 · Comments

It's the kernel of truth at the core of the law of attraction. Whatever you give your attention becomes more available as a pattern to use while interpreting situations. What you give your attention to will grow. It doesn't mean to expect goals without work. It means you can prime yourself to notice opportunity.

Tags: Motivation · nlp · mindset · focus · goal · framing

3 Tips for Growing Stronger in Difficult Times

June 13th, 2020 · Comments

Here are 3 tips from my new book: Resilience: Grow Stronger in a Time of Crisis, available in paperback or ebook from Amazon or Chapters/Indigo:  1) Walk 2) Connect with your memories of people you respect for particular strengths and 3) use experiences of work and play as a template to shape the future you want.

Tags: mindset · self-coaching · grit · walking

What’s Your Next Step?

September 20th, 2019 · Comments

We say that it's crazy to do the same thing over and over and expect a different result. The truth is that it is also crazy to do the same thing and expect the same result. Change happens in and around us, often whether or not we choose it. So this is a podcast for people who have just been hit by a change. The most important question you can ask is not "how did this happen?" It is "What's My Next Step?" 

Asking yourself what you want while you are responding to unwanted change is difficult and it takes patience and persistence. So, given what just happened, what's your next step?

Tags: nlp · mindset · goal · change · adapt · direction

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