By which my friend Eleutherios assures me is the Kabbalistic (and poetic) equivalent of Steve Pavlina’s three principles of personal growth; truth (wisdom), love (beauty) and power (strength). This post has been a long time in coming, and in it I’ll explain why in order for me to move towards truth, love and power, I’ve [...]
What are The NLP Presuppositions? The most basic and essential parts of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) are the presuppositions. Think of the NLP presuppositions as the guiding principles or beliefs holding the NLP model up, like how a programming language maintains an entire computer operating system. Without the programming language, you can’t build the operating system [...]
In NLP 101: So Dark the Con of NLP, I said that the most important bit about NLP isn’t if it’s real, if it’s fake, or even if it’s a marshmellow. The most important bit is if it works for you, in your own life. So let me share with you a little bit about [...]
Hilarious article at Achieve IT! on 10 Steps You Can Take To Guarantee Failure, not just to have a good laugh over but also to spot in sobering moments which ones you’re guilty of (oops). Read 10 Steps You Can Take To Guarantee Failure.
I love gapingvoid by Huge Macleod. And now that he’s licensed his cartoons, I’m going to use them to push him. Visit gapingvoid!
In which we continue from NLP 101: What is NLP? Part 1 and NLP 101: What is NLP Special for The Super NLP Hardcore, to answer the age old question: What is NLP? Who is NLP? When is NLP? and, is NLP better than sex? What does Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) mean anway? If NLP is [...]
If you’re not reading Guy Kawasaki’s blog, you don’t know what you’re missing. He’s sharing a fantastic speech by Jim Whittaker, who was the first American to climb Mount Everest and the former CEO of mult-million dollar company REI. He shares in a very funny way the amazing stories from his life and lessons learned [...]