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Blog for NLP Practitioners

Anger and NLP

Is ANGER bad?   What do YOU think?  Is venting anger appropriate or healthy?  Even though people may feel much better after venting their anger, the latest research invalidates the effectiveness of this concept. Because many people that allow themselves to vent the anger can also allow it to get out of control; the one thing they’re trying to avoid. Anger and NLP !
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NLP Training – Top 7 Reasons To Take OUR Course!

First and foremost, which may not seem to be of importance on the surface is, we bring decades of REAL-WORLD corporate and clinical "in-the-trenches" work experience to your NLP training.
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20 Things the Rich Do Every Day

by Tom Corley – RichHabitsInstitute.com So what do the rich do every day that the poor don’t do? 1. 70% of wealthy eat less than 300 junk food calories per day. 97% of poor people eat more than 300 junk food calories per day. 23% of wealthy gamble. 52% of poor people gamble. 
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5 Regrets Before You Die

For many years I worked in palliative care. My patients were those who had gone home to die. Some incredibly special times were shared. I was with them for the last three to twelve weeks of their lives. People grow a lot when they are faced with their own mortality.
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Are You A Gold-Digger?

Yes, a gold digger! What’s YOUR perception of a gold digger? I’m sure it’s like everyone else’s. The Urban Dictionary: is slang for “a person who goes out with you only for your money.”
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I’m a Failure… Are You Too?

Yes, you heard me right. I’m a failure! Although what most consider failure I consider now just feedback. The number one issue that most individuals deal with on a daily basis than any other challenge in their lives is their self-worth or self-esteem.
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Pain vs Pleasure

Have you ever wondered WHY you do some of the things you do?  Like why you don’t take action when you want to or need to. Or, you do something then ask yourself “why would I do that?” Well the answer is quite simple. It has everything to do with the fight or flight mechanism. Or what we call the pain/pleasure principle. Because we will do MORE to avoid pain then gain pleasure, SIMPLE!
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History of NLP

Let’s travel back to the tumultuous times of the 1960’s; the Vietnam War, Soviet Union hostilities nuclear devastation, and massive social change, which, if you weren’t born yet, all continued into the 1970’s.  Major influence’s included a growing discontent of our government, Watergate, impeachment of a president, the civil rights movements, increased influence of women’s liberation, a serious concern for our environment and the pinnacle of space exploration.  Many of these “radical” ideas of the 60’s gained more acceptance and were mainstreamed into the American way of life during the early 70’s.
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