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.
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’s through influence that we grow and develop. After all, others have influenced us our entire lives; parents, caregivers, teachers, social networks, work, and media, etc. But that doesn’t mean you have to leave influence to chance.
Do you complain about your memory — or lack thereof?
We have 86 billion brain cells, and while yes, we lose some of those cells each day, we also grow more. What I’ve found is that most people don’t have a memory problem, they have a paying attention problem!
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.
Improve your sense of humour and develop your verbal, non-verbal and emotional intelligence at the same time. Need other reasons? Apart from fun, many singles list a sense of humour as an important attribute in a potential mate.
So, you’re curious about NLP Training and wonder if it will deliver the results you’re searching for? Maybe you’ve read blog posts or testimonials on the website. You’re keen to find out if NLP training will be worth your while. This post will help you decide.
When people are thinking they tend to move their eyes depending on the ‘type’ of thinking they’re engaged in. They aren’t looking ‘at’ something but accessing different parts of the brain. A person’s eye accessing indicates a sequence of thoughts — that you can track.