Perception is different for everyone, even though reality might be identical. Our perception (the way we interpret and make sense of the world around us) is a fascinating dance between reality and our own mental constructs.
The blame game involves pointing fingers at others and holding them responsible for our frustration and discontent. If we acknowledge how our own behaviour might be contributing to the problem, and endeavour to change it, we transform ourselves and our relationships.
There’s a lot going on in the world right now, much of it wild and scary. It’s a time when resilience — flexibility with an ability to bounce back from adversity — is crucial. NLP offers many skills and tools for building resilience. Read on to discover 12 of them.
Anchoring is a powerful association technique in NLP and animal training used to positively shape behaviours and emotions. It’s simple and fun but there are certain key points it’s useful to know about if you want consistent responses from people and pets.
It’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But why is that the case, and is the saying actually true? Here’s an opportunity to test the expression out for yourself.
Building rapport and creating a basis of trust and connection takes more than just matching and mirroring body language. In this podcast, you’ll learn several alternative ways you can create a deep empathy with someone. Some might surprise you.
The concept of a personality clash implies that two people simply don’t get along. However, it’s often more likely that the clash is caused by just one person — who also has the power to resolve it.
Your lack of soft skills could be holding you back; in your career, in your relationships, and even socially. It’s a common misperception that people either have these skills as personality traits — or they don’t. Read on to see if you have what it takes.
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.