What do you WANT to happen? (Rapport, October 2017)

You can click this link to read the full piece: Quick Tips 56 Well Formed Outcomes 05 And, of course, it’s a practice to focus on what we want rather than on our fears. What helps you? Feel free to share below. love, Eve

My piece on using houseplants to help with goal setting (Rapport, October 2017)

You can click this link to read the full feature: Health 56 Houseplant Anchors 10 Sometimes I feel a little guilty when I think about how hard all my houseplants work (although them simply being themselves helps me remember my own intentions so I don’t think it’s too arduous for them). Have you used houseplants to … Continue reading My piece on using houseplants to help with goal setting (Rapport, October 2017)

My piece on being kinder to ourselves this year (Rapport, January 2018)

Has beating yourself up every other year WORKED? How about experimenting with some kindness, acceptance and self-care this year? You can read the whole thing by clicking this link: Quick Tips 57 Be Kinder to Yourself 05 What helps YOU? Feel free to share below. love, Eve

My piece on Productive Struggle (Rapport, January 2018)

Another piece featuring Rainbow MagnifiCat (the picture is not of her but of another adorable feline). You can click this link to read the whole piece Business 57 Benefits of Productive Struggle 14 Which struggles do you look back on and see as most productive in your life so far? What might help you better support your clients … Continue reading My piece on Productive Struggle (Rapport, January 2018)

Avoiding overwhelm no matter what’s going on globally (Rapport July 2017)

When I pitched and wrote this, I had a sneaking suspicion that it might still be topical when it ran. You can read the piece here – Rapport Resourcefulness Global Events 24 Thanks again, Marilyn Devonish, Mandy Muckalt and Linda Aspey. What helps you when you feel overwhelmed by the news? Feel free to share below. … Continue reading Avoiding overwhelm no matter what’s going on globally (Rapport July 2017)

Breaking through (published Rapport, December 2016)

  Ever wondered about the difference between breakthrough sessions and regular sessions? Enormous thanks to Gill Fennings-Monkman MBE, Marilyn Devonish and Joanne Mallon for their input. You can click RapportDec16Breakthrough to read the whole feature. What’s been your biggest breakthrough (so far)? Feel free to share below. love, Eve

Belated New Year tips (published in Rapport, December 2016)

  NLP’s Disney Model – working with our Critics, Dreamers and Realist for a more rounded approach – you can click RapportDec16QuickTipsCritic to read the whole column. Are you most comfortable letting your Critic, Dreamer or Realist lead? What helps you find more flexibility around each role? Feel free to share below. love, Eve

My Rapport feature on posture, body language and relationships (published Autumn 2016)

If you haven’t already come across Amy Cuddy’s work, you can read more here: RapportPostureAutumn16 It also includes tips from Elena Angel on openhearted body language with loved ones. What’s your default posture? How does it feel to experiment with more powerful, expansive and openhearted ways of sitting and standing? Feel free to share below. love, … Continue reading My Rapport feature on posture, body language and relationships (published Autumn 2016)