Category: NLP

To think like a superhero, pretend to be one!

I heard Chris Evans talking about this on Breakfast radio this morning, a headline in today’s DAILY MAIL.

Use music to anchor your strengths

Music plays a strange yet important role in many of our lives. For some of us it relaxes, for some releases, many use music for exercise, and some to remember. What a power music has over us?  Music has many roles, for me. I… Continue Reading “Use music to anchor your strengths”

How to learn the impossible

Today’s daily prompt: ‘Describe your last attempt to learn something that did not come easily to you’ When I started my Masters Degree in 2007 I had no idea  how time consuming and all enveloping it would be. Education has never been easy for… Continue Reading “How to learn the impossible”

The room where magic happens

Clearly a therapy room, is this where you ‘do your stuff’ asked a visitor to the house the other day, who had never been here before.  What a visitor would think  Who is it?

Making connections: the power of NLP

I want you to bear with me here for a second. Today’s daily prompt was this:  Run outside. Take a picture of the first thing you see. Run inside. Take a picture of the second thing you see. Write about the connection between these… Continue Reading “Making connections: the power of NLP”

Gain the ‘Sportsman’s focus’ like Louis Smith

I was watching Strictly come dancing the other week. It was the semi finals. I haven’t watched it all that much this year to be honest, but I heard Louis Smith is doing really well. So I was shocked to see that he let… Continue Reading “Gain the ‘Sportsman’s focus’ like Louis Smith”