Not in Three Lifetimes: Balancing the ‘To Do’ List

A self-reflective discussion of “workaholism,” managing time, the work-life balance, and a mechanism for prioritizing the “to do” list. Continue reading Not in Three Lifetimes: Balancing the ‘To Do’ List

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2010/Oct-Dec

Personal greetings from Sonya and Mark Difficulty reading this? You can Read it here Greetings to you all! We just can’t believe how fast this year has gone. It has been a most challenging and wonderful year for us, many lessons learned, skills developed and insight gained and we hope this has been a rewarding year for you as well. We have just finished delivering 8 days NLP Foundations training, the last one for the year in Brisbane. We are so excited that the feedback from students regarding our newly developed program and special skill development workbook has been a … Continue reading 2010/Oct-Dec

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2010/Aug-Sep

“Sonya and Mark are quality ITA NLP trainers who were personally trained and endorsed by ourselves and Michael Carroll. Their drive for quality and passion for pragmatic NLP training have translated into highly effective training design and format that ensure you get the most out of your training, to improve your life and the life of others around you.” ~ Dr. John Grinder, Co-creator of NLP & Carmen Bostic St Clair, Co-creator of New Code NLP Greetings from Sonya and Mark Greetings to all! It has been a while since our last Newsletter. There are lots happening and life is … Continue reading 2010/Aug-Sep

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Metaphors we live by (Part 3)

Metaphors (and analogoes, similies) are all great for story telling, therapy, training and presenting and are central to scientific thought. They figure in discovery, as in Rutherford’s analogy of the solar system for the atom or Faraday’s use of lines of magnetized iron filings to reason about electric fields. Continue reading Metaphors we live by (Part 3)

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2010/Jun-Jul

Home | Training | Contact | Coaching | Blog | NLPNZ | Subscription In this Issue How to build great relationships Business NLP: Know thy self and others for long term success New Code NLP: The Modern Approach Rapport Building: Insight into raising voice tone to build rapport Video – How does the theatre of the mind could be generated by the machinery of the brain? Podcast – Dr. Michael Arbib on Mirror Neurons NLP Foundations Training – Brisbane, starts 15/July. Last chance to beat the price rise. More details Essential NLP Training – Auckland, starts 15/Sep. Early Bird Finishes … Continue reading 2010/Jun-Jul

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How we keep Track of Time

We can’t touch time, or smell it. Yet it is utterly inescapable. But, research shows, time is – at least partly – something we control in our heads. Although we rely on other ques when they are available, have you ever woken from a good sleep because you have told yourself you must get up at a certain time? I know many times when I set an alarm for getting up for a specific event, my body wakes me about 2-10 minutes early. The Caveman experiment (from BBC article) The body clock determines our most fundamental behaviours: when we wake … Continue reading How we keep Track of Time

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Confusion and Learning

Some thoughts about the learning process… Typically people think that success is good and confusion is bad. In our workshops we’re always telling you that success is the most dangerous human experience, because it keeps you from noticing other things and learning other ways of doing things. That also means that any time you fail, there’s an unprecedented opportunity for you to learn something that you wouldn’t otherwise notice. Confusion is the doorway to reorganizing your perceptions and learning something new. If you were never confused, that would mean that everything that happened to you fit your expectations, your model … Continue reading Confusion and Learning

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