Category Archives: Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

NLP, to me, is, at heart, about figuring out what you want and Monday seems like a great day to set an intention for the week ahead

Breaking through (published Rapport, December 2016)

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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

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

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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

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Have you given up on your new year’s resolutions?

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Tomorrow (there truly is a day for everything) is Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day.

How does reading that make you feel? Are there some resolutions you’ve not stuck to but that you’re not ready to ditch? Maybe others are old standby resolutions you, deep down, have no intention of ever sticking to but feel you ‘should’ make each year?

Notice how your energy rises or falls as you ponder each resolution and decide which ones to maybe tweak (or gleefully ditch!). Honour where you are sticking to them, too.

If you’re feeling especially brave, you might want to involve others. Often, they can see, with blinding clarity, what we keep missing about ourselves.

What do they see us doing to sabotage our attempts to change that we’ve not even noticed?

Opening ourselves up to feedback can feel vulnerable (do choose who to open up to carefully) yet others’ insights could potentially save us remaking – and failing at – the same new year’s resolutions for years to come.

How do you feel about asking loved ones to weigh in on your resolutions?

What’s the most helpful feedback you’ve received from someone else?

What might support you handle tougher feedback? How might you ask for it to be delivered in a gentle and respectful way?

Feel free to comment below.

love,

Eve

 

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

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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,

Eve

 

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Taking stock of the past year (published in Rapport, December 2015)

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As we ease into 2016, I hope these tips from my Rapport column help you choose what you want to release and enhance.

You can click RapportTakingStockDec15 to read the whole column.

What have you decided to let go of?

And what do you want to manifest more of in 2016?

Feel free to comment below.

love,

Eve

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