Triggers are funny things, they can be something that someone says or does or even a facial expression they show. They can even be things like getting a text or email from a certain someone or with a certain subject line. We call these negative anchors in NLP.
Relationships can feed us, grow us and sustain us or; they can also drain us and create a toxic atmosphere that shrinks us and chips away at our self-belief and self-confidence. They can also even do both. Read about how you can recognise some of the signs of toxicity
Do you really listen One of the things people often remark about me is that they feel really listened to and heard when they have a chat with me or I am coaching them. One of the things people often remark about me is that they feel really listened
Finding your mojo The Cambridge Dictionary definition of ‘mojo’ is: “a quality that attracts people to you and makes you successful and full of energy” So how would you rate your mojo at the moment? To me, the underlying states of mind that I need for my mojo to be at its peak are focus, motivation, joy, contentment, connection to
Jo Wilson talks about the rubbish we tell ourselves. The untruths our critical inner voice likes to utter. The things we say to ourselves that we have repeated so many times that we believe them. And yet most of the time that’s what they are – beliefs
Creating an effective coaching-led culture within the organisation is essential for the individuals to thrive and more often than not, getting them to share your passion and at the same time get personal fulfilment can be tricky. Andy Coley discusses how you can move from a telling into a coaching culture.
We love hearing about the way in which our students have been using their Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) coaching and mentoring knowledge within the NHS to empower both staff and patients. Andy went along to the Cuckoo Lane Practice in Ealing to chat with Carol Sears and Julie Belton. He discussed how the various NLP qualifications and training days they've been on have been the difference that makes the difference.
Do you have the right balance over the forthcoming holiday season, or will work interrupt the rest of your life? Andy shares some tips on how to switch off, this was written during Christmas 2017 and applies to any time!