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.
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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!
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.
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.
Circumstances, events, situations —even the weather can throw us off course. Regardless of the causes, you’ll want to cheer yourself up quickly. No drugs, apps, equipment or money are required. All you need is a little time, focus and a commitment to improving your mood.
Would you like to create instant confidence for an interview or important meeting? Maybe you’d like to stay calm making a presentation? Whatever state you choose you can achieve it in no time using this technique. There’s even an audio so you can experience it first hand.
“Sticks and stones may break my bones… but names can never hurt me.” These are the words of the childhood chant I’d use to counter the unkind taunts from kids at school. I didn’t realise at the time how words, whether my own or those of others, could affect my health.
Struggling to focus? Distracted by emails and social media? Or just feeling stressed and tired? Take a 7-minute mini-break in the oasis of The Calm Spot. Turn off your phone, get comfortable in your chair and click ‘play’. I promise you’ll leave refreshed and calm.
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.