Get yourself a coach! In the world of sport — where coaching originated — everyone has a coach. It’s inconceivable that an athlete could win a gold medal without being coached. Think about the New Zealand All Blacks. World champions twice in succession. Where would they be without a coach?
Learning and memory
The interview ranges from how limiting beliefs influence our behaviour, to what ‘truth’ really is, to the impact of fear, stress and anxiety, to some tips and pointers to deal with the negative happenings in our world at the moment. Listen up!
Engaging people with stories is a phenomenal way to impart information and learning, without telling people how they should think or what they should do. But HOW you tell the story is equally important.
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!
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!
Your memory is not as reliable as you might think. When you ‘re-member’ something, you essentially re-create or re-collect the elements of the experience in your mind. So each time you re-member something, you change it in some way.
You don’t have to suffer from painful memories when there are plenty of quick and easy techniques from NLP that will help you feel better fast. You’ll find three you can try out in this post.
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.