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Generating Endless Possibilities

With Andrew Jenkins
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Live training Accelerator Day 4 with Andrew Jenkins

A coach will often hear from a client that options for the way forward are very limited. People can feel stuck in position, as if no improvement is possible. It is the coach’s role to get the client into a different frame of mind, and thinking laterally about what the options for progress might be. During the “Generating Endless Possibilities” day you will consider ways of generating new possibilities with your client so that they never need feel stuck again!

The idea of breaking options down into manageable chunks is a great place to start. You will learn other ways to get the client thinking differently and more creatively about the potential ways to progress. What challenges do they face? What barriers of thought and behaviour are in the way? We all have bad habits and you will be taught a brilliant quick-fix tool with which you can break them.

And many of us have set patterns of thought and action, that don’t get us where we want but which we find ourselves experiencing time and again. During this training day you will learn to experience your thoughts in a totally different way. Is your client in a situation where a particular issue triggers a pattern of anger, sadness, stress or helplessness? It is possible to break out of that pattern and increase the harmony in your life.

By learning to think differently about the situation, by refusing to slip into damaging and restrictive patterns, you can overcome all kinds of challenges and blocks. This is incredibly useful when working with a client with a specific mental block that is stopping them getting to the desired goal – a writer with writer’s block being a good example!

Introducing new NLP tools and techniques

  • Unwiring synethesias
  • Submodalities
  • Swish
  • Presuppositions of NLP

Further Reading

Blog Entry

Managing Your State - An NLP Top Tip!

04/06/2013

One of the greatest challenges we all face is managing our own internal emotional state, especially in difficult situations. How do you deal with challenges? Do you like your friends to console you? Do you feel the boil of anger rise followed by a verbal or physical outburst? If you want to manage your state and perform effectively then read on...

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What Is NLP & How Does It Benefit You?

08/05/2013

NLP or Neuro Linguistic Programming is an incredibly powerful approach to communication and personal development. Learning NLP techniques gives you greater control over your ability to be at your best more often. You will be able to effectively manage your thoughts and feelings no matter what is happening in your environment to affect you!

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Using NLP Tools To Feel Fabulous

08/05/2013

Does your environment ever challenge how good you feel? Could you benefit from having a secret weapon in the fight against negativity in the world? How would you like to be able to control your state in any situation? It is possible to manage your thoughts and feelings no matter what is happening in your environment; this is the power of NLP. Here are some simple steps for using NLP in everyday life.

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Banishing Limiting Beliefs For A Better Life

29/01/2013

The power of our beliefs system is immense. If we all developed an understanding of the thoughts and ideas that we automatically have, those that we no longer question when they appear at the forefront of our minds; then we could all be leading a better life through banishing the negative chatter.

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Do You Need A Beliefs Makeover?

11/12/2012

Albert Ellis, a giant of modern psychology and one of the pioneers of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy observed that our beliefs are often absolute and rigid. As a result, the demands we make of the world are littered with words like ‘should’, ‘must’ and ‘have to’

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Mind your thoughts and change your mind - Pam Lidford

27/11/2012

Why do some people have more self-belief than others? Why do some people ‘get on with it’, while others prevaricate? Is self-belief innate within us, or is it a skill that can be learned?

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12 Cs of Conscious Creation - Making The World A Better Place - Dee Harding

13/11/2012

You are continually creating your own reality. At this crucial time in the world it is more important than ever to consciously choose to create a better reality – for yourself and for the world.

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3 Ways To Change Your State – NLP Techniques

18/09/2012 11:00:19

States affect our capabilities. There are no unresourceful people, just unresourceful states. How well you perform depends on which state you are in. Whatever task you have to perform, whatever you want as an outcome, ask yourself “what state do I want to be in to make this easy?”

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Confronting Poor Emotional Intelligence - Nelia Koroleva

06/06/2012 09:30:43

If you knew something influenced virtually everything you did or said, would you want to learn more about it? Would you want to develop it? Let’s face it -many of us are stuck sometimes with fear, boredom, sadness, annoyance or anger. Many of us cannot adapt to changing situations. Many of us struggle to connect and maintain personal and professional relationships.

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Using NLP Techniques To Feel Amazing Instantly

22/05/2012 10:30:47

Wish you could recreate feelings as and when you want to? Ever wished you could keep a positive feeling for longer? Just follow these simple steps using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Walking along the seafront with my partner Sara one recent Saturday morning was wonderful: the warmth of the sun on my face, the salty sea air smell, the smiles on other people’s faces, the shouts and laughter of excited children – my senses were almost overwhelmed. The time I had spent on the sea front acted as an ‘anchor’ for the wonderful experience which immediately followed it.