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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.
Do you really listen One of the things people often remark about me is that they feel really listened to and
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
Jo talks about how she sometimes get accused of looking at things through rose-tinted glasses. She's had conversations about all the stuff going on in her life at the moment, there’s some really big decision that she needs to make and she's sitting down and working through it, logically.
Jo was talking to someone the other day on Facebook, well actually they posted on Facebook and then she commented. And they were talking about a pretty crap week that they'd had and she jokingly put a comment on there for her that said “let’s build an Ark together and sail the sea of crap together”
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Jo writes about how it's strange how people only see what we show them, or maybe it's easier for them to just see what they want?