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Take the heat off yourself and have fun in the sun

So the heatwave continues – and I am concerned that the headline writers are seriously in danger of running out of adjectives to describe the scorching/sweltering/blistering temperatures.  I fear it is not just the train tracks that are in danger of melting as we all try to come up with ever more extreme descriptors.Whilst this is completely […]

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Time to Celebrate and Plan Next Steps

It has been a truly inspiring couple of weeks marking the modelling projects and coaching essays submitted by this year’s Practitioner and Master Practitioner students. The modelling projects have covered a diverse range of topics, from chapati and pastry making to running, skipping and state management for an important meeting. All the students have demonstrated […]

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Is Less Really More?

Exploring The Question of Short NLP Training Programmes. I first came into contact with the field of NLP by accident back in 1998, my then employer sent me and a few of my colleagues on a “Change Management Course”. I remember thinking that some of the underlying models, tools and concepts were not what i considered to […]

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The Map is Not the Territory

“The map is not the Territory” is one of a number of key principles (sometimes known as presuppositions) that underpin NLP.  Here we will look out how this simple statement can be used to unlock your personal power and potential. First – What does “the map is not the territory” mean? Korzybski was the first to […]

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Choose the Best NLP and Coaching Training Provider

Choosing the right training provider just became a whole lot easier.   The UK College of Personal Development have just won a prestigious business award for being the Best NLP and Coaching Training Provider in the UK. To celebrate our win, we have a couple of offers below! Get in touch if you have any questions about […]

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The Guru Mindset Verses the Trainer Behaviour

The following article was published in Rapport – Issue 54 : Spring 2017  | Rapport is the magazine for NLP professionals   The Guru Mindset Verses the Trainer Behaviour I have had some conversations recently that quite simply made my blood boil … and no amount of state management helped.   My agitated state is in […]

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The Power of Attitude

The Power of Attitude “The Pleasure You Get From Life Is Equal To The Attitude You Put Into It!” Attitude is the most vital attribute toward success, if it is lacking so will the results you achieve. If while playing golf and on the drive, you apply minimal effort to your swing, the result you […]

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