It doesn’t matter how big or small your brain is — you’re still susceptible to anchoring. While we use anchoring to train our pets, we are as easily manipulated as any other animal — sometimes more so!
As humans, we long for a connection that develops from deep rapport, but may not be sure how to achieve it. Learn how to create that feeling of being in sync with another.
It can be challenging to resolve a problem. So, who would have thought that changing a noun back into a verb would make the job easier? This isn’t a post for grammar geeks — but if you are one, you’ll no doubt find it fun.
Mind reading — instead of owning your opinions and beliefs — can get you into trouble, and prevent you from resolving your problems. Read on to discover ways to wrestle back control by owning your language.
Your mental map, aka NLP Map of the world, is your perception of reality. Perception is very different from reality because we filter out most of the information available to us. Find out why, and how.
People may suffer from anxiety when they don’t know how to switch off from work, or have taken on more than they can reasonably cope with. Learn how to experience more ease at work with these 8 practices.
Values influence every decision and aspect of your life. Discover your work values to make sure you do what you love — and love what you do. Yet, for most of us, they lie outside of our conscious awareness.
If you change the way you think about someone, it will change your response to them. Find out how to deal with bullies by changing your own mind first. Too good to be true? Read MJ’s case study about how changing her mind stopped her boss’s bullying behaviour dead in it’s tracks.
Understanding your mental landscape and how you subliminally place people in that landscape can have a massive impact on how you relate to them in real life. The language you use also is a bit of a giveaway. Do you have ‘close’ friends? ‘Distant’ relatives? Find out why!
It can be challenging to feel in control of your emotional states at times, especially if you think someone is deliberately pushing your buttons. You’ll find practical steps to neutralise the effect in this post, and how you may be inadvertently pushing some else’s buttons.