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What is your biggest problem?

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What is your biggest problem? You know, the one that sucks your time, energy and attention; the one you’d dearly love to solve. If it were easy to fix, you would have done it by now, wouldn’t you? But it’s still there. You’ve looked at it using different perspectives and haven’t been able to crack that nut with the tools […]

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How to Get Unstuck

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A GREAT NEW BOOK YOU HAVE TO HAVE: The final frontier: space, at least according to Star Trek. Others look closer to home and say that we know less about the deep oceans here on our planet than the moon and planets far overhead; the final unexplored frontier that matters is under water. But there’s other terra incognita worth attention, […]

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Don’t Shout “Meme!” in a Crowded Theatre

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It’s official. Memes are incendiary. Scholar Susan Blackmore recently had the unusual experience of a mass walk-out from a lecture on memes. She was in Oxford, that ancient city, seat of learning, where she’d expected open inquiry and free debate to be norms. But in this case, things proved otherwise. What happened?   Tea Time Let’s go back a bit. […]

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Engagement, SD Style …

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Engagement impacts performance and bottom line results profoundly, yet today only 29% of employees are engaged and a mere 10% are highly engaged in most organizations. Any wonder there is such obsession with building and enhancing engagement? If you’re concerned with getting people more involved, then Spiral Dynamics® Programs and Assessments can help you to crack open related secrets of […]

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E, F, G or H Problems?

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therevolutionmovie.com Rob Stewart’s “Revolution” won the SB Int’l Film Festival’s prize in the social justice category. His previous film, “Sharkwater,” brought attention to the extent sharks are being slaughtered as by-catch, but primarily for their fins – to make soup for Chinese food fans to sip. This nonsensical decimation of a top-tier species is one of many we can thank […]

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ARE YOU INVISIBLE …

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It is surprising just how invisible people are to one another. We observe this with clients, in training, and in discussions with people about those around them. While the bodies are visible, their inner workings, needs, processing, worldviews, and intentions are often hidden – even when they open themselves up to others in full display. Invisibility seems more common than […]

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My Mind Over Me

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“Firstly, I have been involved in counseling of one sort or another for over 30 years,” said the NLP trainer matter-of-factly. “Second, I have worked hard to acquire the neutrality needed when dealing with people. This is simple, good professionalism. And, I removed the conscious/unconscious kinaesthetics around each of the values levels and destroyed all strategies for running any negative emotions relating […]

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Seven out of Ten NLP Trainers Don’t Listen

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No doubt you believe you do “rapport” very well. You believe that you’re a great listener – one of the three out of ten who can listen well. So perhaps you’re reading this because you are curious to find out about your colleagues and competitors. Here’s a quick self-analysis to check. Do you:   Talk over others without being aware of […]

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Chunking & Sequencing With the CSI

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Preparing a training for a new group of participants? Figuring out how to chunk and sequence your content? The Spiral Dynamics Change State Indicator (CSI) can be your best friend helping you to prepare. It is the Trainer’s secret weapon when it comes to knowing your audience and matching your approach to their needs, where they are.  Have you ever been presenting […]

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What NLP Needs

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A highly competent trainer practicing and teaching NLP provides a potentially life changing experience for clients and students. NLP is also powerful enough to make significant differences in the hands of a novice. Like many disciplines it is somewhat fragmented, and content differences between programs and trainers abound. Given the variation in programs and the uneven skill sets across trainers, […]

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