I recently started seeing a coach again. As a trainer and coach working with people in different ways, I feel it’s a must to commit myself to lifelong learning. A lot of times, I choose a coach out of shame. Shame I didn’t have enough clients or I wasn’t good enough. Shame I was still
I want to make it easier for you to use NLP jargon in your daily life The first concept is rapport, which sits at the heart of NLP Rapport is the French word for making contact. It goes deeper than only contact. It’s more than just saying hello and having a conversation. It can be a
Human behaviour is intriguing and sometimes complex to understand. Bjork, one of my favourite artists in the world has a beautiful song called Human Behaviour. She sings: If you ever get close to a human and human behaviour Be ready, be ready to get confused and me and my hereafter Getting more understanding and clarity
As trainers, we love coaching and bringing you further on your path. It’s important to us that you make the right choice. Looking to be trained as a coach? here are 8 tips to consider: 1. Get to know the trainer personally Find out more about the trainer. See if there’s content available on social
Do you get irritated when experience certain behaviours and patterns in someone? From a coaching perspective, we have the responsibility to create awareness in our coachee. Before someone can break through a pattern, awareness around what is happening is important. Most of our behaviour happens unconsciously. We act and do, often not aware of what
Storytelling was the Netflix of the olden days. This was how lessons learned were shared and legacy passed on. In NLP coaching we often speak about the structure of memories and events . To create safety and rapport, the story is important.
You can’t be human all by yourself What exactly is Ubuntu? You hear it more and more these days which is wonderful because there is so much wisdom that can and may be shared from the African continent. That’s really one of my missions and very tangible in my training.
Look at a picture of yourself as a child. What do you see in her/his eyes? Look beyond what you see. What is not seen or said. Write down who you are e.g. daughter, son, friend, parent, colleague, creative, etc… you’ll discover the list is infinitely more than what you can think of and write
In NLP there is a beautiful way to question your thinking and get more insight into what is happening in you It’s the Think-Feel-Do model. If there’s a thought, its followed by a feeling. And from there, behaviour. A lot of times you’re only aware of a thought or feeling without knowing the root cause.
The time is over for you to get stuck in the negative spiral of thoughts and behaviour patterns. Are you aware of what keeps you in this loop? Start to giving yourself feedback and advice that really works, you are the power – Decide today