NLP it is far more then just a collection of techniques, often people like to reduce NLP to this level however this is really missing the point of what NLP is. Neurolinguistic programming is firstly an attitude, an attitude of continual experimentation and flexibility to ensure a result is achieved. NLP is also a methodology […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Many people talk about the fraudulent use of therapies such as NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP) and a simple Google search for NLP will reveal there is quite a backlash against it. But why? Is NLP a useful tool in therapy, business and learning or is it a complete fraud and of no scientific use at all? […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
There was a report recently published that looked at the link between heart disease and stress at work, in the report: “They analysed 13 existing European studies covering nearly 200,000 people and found “job strain” was linked to a 23% increased risk of heart attacks and deaths from coronary heart disease.” Read the full BBC […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
On 24 July this year the Office for National Statistics released its reports its subjective well-being study it has carried out. If you really want to read the study you can access it here. Two of the questions particularly caught my eye specifically: How happy did you feel yesterday? Overall, how anxious did you feel […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Did you enjoy the Olympics? Do you perhaps feel more motivated afterwards? The UK athletes certainly seemed to thrive on the motivation that the crowd gave them, winning more medals than we have for many years in Team GB. But why is this, surely if an athlete has trained then the training is all that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
There was a recent report by the government department responsible for statistics which highlighted that many people in the UK at the moment do not feel happy. They went on to look at the ways in which people found it easiest to find happiness in their lives, looking at money relationships and suchlike. The report […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
There are lots of these motivational images going around on Facebook at the moment, and here is another one that I feel has more potential for harm. As with many of the other motivational phrases the intention is good – we all need to be pushed sometimes… but since when is fear good? Why do […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Since when was a problem with weight actually about the weight? There really is a simple way to loose weight, and that is output must be more than input. It’s that simple – so what’s the problem? If you could get to the root cause of that problem would that be a good thing to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
What’s the connection between these 3 things? This is often a difficult thing for people to grasp and leads to the question “How can NLP, Hypnosis and Time Line Therapy™ help with so many things?” – this truly is a great question as it seems that many people make wild claims that NLP etc are […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I’ve just seen this on Facebook on one of those motivational images: “The Struggle’s Make You Stronger…” This implies that you need struggles to make you strong and that when you have struggles they are good because they make you stronger. This is a flawed argument to me and one runs the risk of installing […]Continue Reading... No Comments.