Sara started to feel uplifted. It was coming to the end of a year when the world stopped for a pandemic. Living life in normalcy had been a luxury. Those who had life turned upside down were in strife at the new landscape they were facing. Many worked from home.
Sara knew though that her winning mindset would have her do anything and everything to make things happen. She was an adventurer at heart who took on challenges in life as they appeared.
Petra’s life changed phenomenally even though she was living through the Covid pandemic. She had cleaned out the engine of her mind and clicked into her purpose! She was excited as she now had self management tools to use for the rest of her life.
So much of her life she heard people talk about this concept of purpose. She never understood why it was so important. Now she understood. The most exciting thing is that she experienced rapid wins while doing the NLP Practitioner course.
Petra walked down the street and came to a crossroad. She had to choose – left or right? She had already been through hell in her life. The wrong road would only make her suffer more.
Her heart said right and her thinking mind said left. She decided to go right. After all she had been training her soul intelligence to find its way towards self management and she was beginning to see some success through the otherwise closed blinds of her life.
I lived in the banking world for 13 years and loved every minute of it. When I found my
self-growth at a plateau I knew it was a sign to leave the industry. Transitioning through headhunting and IT consulting recruitment I started my own business in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), focusing on corporate applications.
While we are in great need of talent to drive leadership and fill pipelines for
succession planning, we most often look outside the organization.
As an NLP trainer who has worked with corporate since 2002, I feel the huge
ongoing global war for talent can be addressed by growing internal employees
organically. My passion is in creating effective people to this end.
Baby boomers are leaving the workforce taking wisdom and experience with
them. Generation X are next in line, ready to take charge.
High Performance Culture & its importance
We were having friends over for dinner again. The lovely aroma of food and
sound of the wok clanging was like a cacophony of sounds I was used to. Mum
was the ultimate entertainer. She loved to cook and did it effortlessly. It was
very usual for our family to have friends and family over for meals.
As a child I looked forward to hearing that my favourite cousins were invited for
a sleepover. It was our little reward that Dad afforded us. The deal was that we
had to complete our homework for the week, before they arrived on the
weekend. That was Dad’s strict rule.
Spending time on an activity you enjoy has the potential to reduce anxiety and improve mental health overall. Research shows that people with hobbies are less likely to suffer from stress, low mood, and depression. Think about it. When you are having a good time, engaged in activities that you enjoy, you feel happier and more relaxed.
Working from home was a concept that was considered a no-no for many non-
technology companies, until Covid-19 hit. The year 2020 was phenomenal in
forcing a mindset change to many ways of operating, one of them being the
whole idea of working from home...
Easy Steps to Recharge & Boost Self-Confidence
When I think of re-charging, the visual of a battery pops into my head. The human mind is like a battery. When the charge is strong, we achieve high performance, as we have the capacity to re-charge self-confidence and use it to the fullest.
Tips to Self-Motivation
We use the phrase “motivate yourself” loosely especially in organisations. Leaders want their teams to do better and are constantly on the lookout to improve motivation of their workforce.
The Secret to Behavioural Flexibility
A large proportion of issues arise from a lack of flexibility in behaviour, simply because human beings love routine and certainty. So to contemplate doing something in a different way requires a flex of the muscle, which puts people out and leaves them in a position of discomfort.
Use NLP to Stop Making Bad Choices
Do you know if you are a good decision maker? You probably do have an inkling as results speak for themselves. If you feel you have had enough and would like a turnaround to making better decisions, you have the option of attending a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) course, as there are many processes to stop making bad choices.
Dealing with Uncertainty – 3 Steps to Letting Go
As a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Trainer, when I see the phrase "dealing with uncertainty" two things strike me;
How to Develop a Growth Mindset at Work
A person who loves continuous learning is driven by a growth mindset. They take on challenges and wear the hat of an adventurer, in manoeuvring twists and turns that life has to offer.
Proven Ways to Clear Yourself from Negative Emotions
Negative emotions reside in all of us and yet most people choose to ignore them. The usual response is “Me? Who me?” A level of denial that is driven by fear and makes sense for those who prefer to dig their head in the sand and let the world go by.
Ways To Be More Confident At Work
Sylvia is a qualified Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Trainer. She started her business in Sydney and is now based in Singapore.