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Managing Change in Education

By | November 17th, 2017|Education, NLP Toolkit|

Wednesday Webinar Replay – Learn to say NO!

By | December 19th, 2016|NLP Toolkit, Personal Evolution, Webinars|

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How to remove the stress from your life and take charge of your mind

By | November 16th, 2016|Buisness, Coaches' Corner, NLP, NLP Toolkit|

Unconscious Triggers Most people respond unconsciously to trigger behaviours from others. Think of the last time a partner, parent or sibling criticised you. Did you take a deep breath and respond calmly? Or did you feel stress and REACT immediately before you had a chance to think? If you reacted, it's likely because of a [...]

Move from Problem Thinking to Outcome Focus

By | October 12th, 2016|Coaches' Corner, NLP Toolkit, Personal Evolution, Uncategorized|

If you want to communicate with confidence and leadership, develop a habit of being outcome focused. Often, people focus on what they hope won’t happen instead of what they want to have happen. But the unconscious mind cannot process negative thoughts. As a leader, the more you concentrate on what you don’t want with your [...]

Secrets of Rapport

By | September 19th, 2014|Coaches' Corner, NLP, NLP Toolkit, Personal Evolution|

NLP goal setting visualisation

By | October 4th, 2013|Coaches' Corner, NLP Toolkit, Personal Evolution|

Your Goal Setting Audio File To get the best out of the recording find a quiet undisturbed space to listen, where you can have your eyes closed and be relaxed for 15 minutes.  Notice the difference in how you feel about your goal and how much more achievable it becomes afterwards. We hope you enjoy [...]

Download your NLP Foundation Course Mind Map and Notes

By | March 23rd, 2013|Brilliant Communication, NLP Toolkit, Personal Evolution|

Welcome... We hope that you’ve already found ways to use what you’ve learned to further your confidence, success and personal growth. There was quite a bit to take in, which is why we’ve put a link below to a free mind map which can help to remind you of all your new-found abilities: Click the [...]

Create Visual Pegs to Improve Your Memory

By | February 21st, 2013|NLP Toolkit|

Do you want to have a guaranteed way to remember important information?  Then this week’s post is for you! We’re going to examine the ‘peg memory system’.   Using this system we create specific, unusual images in our minds.  These images stay constant and act like "pegs" on which we can "hang" what we need to [...]

Cutting Through Procrastination

By | February 14th, 2013|NLP Toolkit|

Do you ever find yourself putting off a decision or action because it just feels too overwhelming? We all do this at one time or another. We simply don’t know how to move forward – so we procrastinate! Sound familiar? My post today is about how to move through that stalemate to some kind of [...]

5 Fantastic Books on NLP You Can’t Afford to Miss

By | February 11th, 2013|NLP Toolkit|

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the amount of information that is available on NLP techniques, but don’t know where to look?  Look no further. Here are 5 fantastic books that will help you learn and understand NLP techniques and put them into practice. NLP For Teachers by Richard Churches and Roger Terry.  This book will [...]