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When is Change Not Necessary in Your Personal Life?

Research suggests that not all personal change efforts are successful. There is a wealth of information available on how and why people could not make changes in their personal lives. Is it ..
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Helping Others Make Changes in Their Personal Life

Let us assume that you have realized that change is not all that bad. There is no harm in discovering new ways of doing things and being in an ‘innovative-adoptive’ mode. Now the next ..
(October 01, 2008)
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NLP - Predicate Words and Predicate Phrases

Your choice of language, which includes your choice of words , is your most important tool in building rapport through your communication. In actual fact, the words you use, construct the life you ..
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NLP - Using Carefully Selected Words

There is a concept in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) known as Hypnotic Language Patterns. When I communicate with someone, I have no desire to hypnotize them. I want to engage in an empathetic, .
(October 03, 2008)
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Changing Your Mindsets to Make Changes in Your Personal Life

It is simple. If you want to make changes in your personal life you have to change the way you think. It has often been said, “It is all in the mind!" That statement is absolutely correct. It .
(September 23, 2008)
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Is Change Necessary in Your Personal Life?

Imagine if hundreds of years ago the Stone Age man decided not to do anything to improve the way he lived. Imagine that he never discovered how to make fire, how to write on walls using symbols, how .
(September 21, 2008)
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How to Make Changes in Your Personal Life

Many people would like to make changes in their personal life but do not know where to start. It can also happen that they feel that something needs to change as their life is not going in the ..
(September 22, 2008)
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Preferred Learning and Communication Styles - Auditory

People with the Auditory preferred learning and communication style largely use their sense of hearing to receive and disseminate information. They will respond to sentences such as: "Can you hear ..
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Preferred Learning and Communication Styles

Which of the three main senses, visual, auditory or kinesthetic do you prefer to use when you communicate or when you are learning? Let me say at the outset, that you may be using any of the three at .
(August 29, 2008)
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NLP And Tonality Patterns

Tonality in your conversation is actually worth 38% of the content of your message, and has a significant influence on the meaning of your communication and the reactions you will get. It markedly ..
(August 20, 2008)
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Eye Movement Patterns in NLP - An Introduction

Eye movement patterns are also called eye pattern movements. This is a very practical and immediate way of finding out whether the person you are communicating with is visual, auditory or ..
(August 23, 2008)
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NLP and Sensory Acuity

What does Sensory Acuity mean? Sensory acuity has to do with your powers of observation. Basically it means being sensitive to the fact that something you have just said or done has caused an ..
(August 19, 2008)
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Do You Make A List?

You need a system to get over self-doubt when you are aiming for something and maybe it's not happening. When you start to doubt, what you are doing, it's then all about the system and not about ..
(April 16, 2008)
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Do You Wait Or Do You Leap?

Recently I heard the comment made that we are bothered by standing still, and think that some movement or action is better than none. The following analogy of someone standing at an isolated railway .
(April 25, 2008)
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NLP - An Ideal Change - Work Modality

It is very important to appreciate what we do on a conscious level and find methods to change those subconscious behaviours that are not bringing us the results we want. All that exists in the ..
(April 25, 2008)
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How Overstimulated are You?

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed? Often, I hear some of you say. It's all because you are overstimulated. You live in a world that constantly bombards you with visual, auditory, gustatory and ..
(April 27, 2008)
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Do You Really Care About Your Life?

The Reticular Activating System (RAS) is responsible for sorting through the 10,000,000 bits of information attempting to enter through your sensory input channels, that is, through what you see, ..
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Separate Self-Esteem From Achievement

When discussing ways for you and I to apply personal development strategies, it is important to remember that there can never be absolutes in personal development. Tools and strategies need to be ..
(May 01, 2008)
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The NLP Process of Deletion

The Reticular Activating System (RAS) has a few internal filter processes, one of which is Deletion. Deletion is quite simply not allowing information to enter your neurology that would otherwise ..
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Self-Esteem - Open the Floodgates

Children often use love substitutes to get attention either positive attention or negative attention. When you were growing up and were still a child, quite unconsciously, you used the three ..
(June 05, 2008)
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The NLP Process of Distortion

The ability to distort some of the 10,000,000 bits of information that come into your nervous system via your five senses is very important. Distortion means interpreting information that comes into .
(June 05, 2008)
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Love and Self-esteem

Do you ever think you should visit someone, like a member of the family, and then decide against it, and then the next time you think about it, quite some time has passed? You feel bad, so you ..
(June 06, 2008)
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The NLP Process of Generalization

There are three ways to filter the 10 million bits of information that enter via your five senses. One way is to delete them, another way is to distort them and the third way, which this article ..
(June 12, 2008)
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Internal Filters Within NLP

Three of the internal filters within NLP are deletion, distortion and generalization. What you delete, distort and generalize depends upon your internal filters, such as values, beliefs, attitudes, ..
(July 01, 2008)
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Managing Stress For Self Confidence

There are seven basic steps to stress management for self-confidence building: 1. Know your stuff The better prepared you are for any situation the less you will feel threatened by the unexpected. ..
(July 01, 2008)
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