Most people don’t learn how to think. I’m not trying to be smart — honestly. We’ve been programmed ‘what’ to think, but not ‘how’ to think. In this interview with Aaron Mooar, we discuss how people think, and what little understanding we have about our thinking processes.
Your comfort zone encompasses your familiar, everyday tasks, habits and thinking. While many routine practices are beneficial, too many can be dangerous to your health! The more habituated you become, the harder it is to step outside your comfort zone — and your resilience may suffer.
It’s not only computers that get viruses, your brain can get one too! A mind virus corrupts your thinking and prevents you from doing what you intend. Instead, you become hopelessly ineffective, and do anything but what you planned. Fortunately you can inoculate yourself.
People have many ways of handling conflict — often, this involves avoiding it altogether! Unfortunately, avoidance doesn’t actually resolve anything, but does cause negative side effects. This post shows how three conflict avoiders became conflict heroes.
NLP is such a vast field, it’s challenging to define it in a sentence or two. And, if we try, it starts to sound like Dr Feelgood’s Miracle Cure! While definitions can be useful, specific examples give you a much better idea of what is possible for you, using NLP.
You can’t think your way out of a problem when you’re stuck in the ‘problem’ mindset. When you’re in an upbeat frame of mind, it becomes easier to view any problems objectively, explore new ideas and gain new insights.
Whether you want to improve your personal or professional skill set — or both, it’s important to use those training dollars wisely. No-one likes getting ripped off! So use these 8 tips to determine your training needs, and how you can get them met.