Category Archives: NLP

Presentation: Impostor Syndrome

Let’s start with – YOU ARE GOOD ENOUGH!

Do you:

  • Struggle to take ownership of your success, feeling like a fraud?
  • Think you’re not worthy of your success?
  • Attribute success to luck or other forces outside your control, rather than your own effort, dedication, and intelligence?
  • Think people won’t pay what you should really charge so you price lower?

All these things Beverly has experienced, and more! She will take you through her story, lightbulb moments and give you the ideas to help you:

  • map your self sabotaging behaviour
  • identify your drivers;
  • define your own success; and
  • turn your drivers into Impostor Invaders!

Presentation: Pain, Pain (psychological), Pain – And Relief?

You do feel pain, we all do. Be it physical or psychological we all feel pain. What you want to know is how to go from pain to relief … right?

If you are suffering emotional, physical pain or both this may be a useful workshop for you. Also if you are working with people with pain, you may discover some useful additions for your work.

I was approached in January to be a speaker / demonstrator on a well known ‘Pain Conference’ and I agreed with this stipulation : “I don’t know what I will do on the day with a specific client.”

This didn’t go down well because I was being asked to provide a specific protocol or set of steps to work with anyone. I don’t work one to one like that. If I work with you, you are an individual and your pain and relief will really not fit into a specific bed of tricks. Think Procrustes.

Procrustes was a Greek villain. He liked to either cut the feet or head off anyone that was too big for his bed; He was an inn keeper. Or if you were too small, liked to stretch you out to fit. One size fits all!

When working with pain, its important to remember your are working with a fellow human being and not be fixed to a specific process or another, although there are some very good processes out there.

This CC presentation will explore a variety of ways of potentially changing a
painful experience. Painful here defined as emotionally, physically or both.

Presentation: Who Said That?

Work for the Inner Voice and Busting of Beliefs

A lot of people talk about what to do with your ‘inner voice’. It’s a fact that we tend to talk to ourselves in our own heads.

You see, with NLP, we’re often asked what are the most important things we can practice on ourselves in order to be able to change the way we feel on a regular basis. We are asked, ‘how can I start to manage and change my beliefs. How can I do good effective work in the way in which I think.

A fab way to do this is to change the way you communicate with yourself, to help change the way you feel about yourself and others.

Because, by changing your inner voice effectively, you’re also adjusting limiting beliefs about yourself that had been programmed before.

The thing is too, when we learn to communicate better with ourselves, we can become more present and learn to also communicate more authentically and honestly with others too.

I’d like to give you 5 Top Tips on how to combat your negative internal dialogue to help you change the way you feel. And also put this intro practice because, with enough work, this can really help with limiting beliefs about yourself and others too, therefore also supporting improvements in how you perceive your world and others.

So if you are brave enough to admit that you do actually talk to yourself… like all of the time and in fact it can be quite grim too, then join me for some top tips and change work to help you move forward for you and your clients.

{Note – We may also be including some Meta Mantras which can contain swear words}

Presentation: An Introduction To Submodalities

Submodalities

Following a number of direct requests, Harry will be delivering ‘An Introduction to Sub Modalities’. (Sub modalities are the qualities of sensory experience – a fundamental part of NLP)

Participants will have the opportunity to explore, practice and experience the powerful changes that can occur with the skilful use of sub modality change work.

Remember the five “rules / expected behaviours” of any workshop that Harry leads.
i) Have fun.
ii) Cheat.
iii) Make mistakes.
iv) Ask dumb questions.
( I cannot remember the fifth rule, so a prize to anyone who can!).

Presentation: Freeing Your Mind Of Negative Thoughts

Negative Thinking‘There is nothing good or bad but thinking makes it so’
William Shakespeare

Does your inner critic say you’re not good enough?

Does your head fill up with negative thoughts whenever you are trying something new or
challenging?

Do these thoughts pop into your head:

  • “That’s never going to work.”
  • “I’m going to fail.”
  • “I don’t deserve to be successful.”
  • “Everyone will laugh at me”

Perhaps you feel like an impostor, that you really aren’t any good at what you do and your
inner critic reinforces this with “You’re going to be found out!”

Have you ever wondered what life would be like if you had complete self-belief?

If any of this sound familiar, join Lou Laggan for her Freeing Your Mind of Negative
Thoughts

You’ll discover how to take care of negative thoughts without fighting them; in a way which
will allow you to develop more positive and supportive thinking. The type of thinking that
allows you to grow and thrive in whatever you do.