Category Archives: Brain approach to thinking

The two key things leaders know about stress

Today leaders need to know how to ‘lead’ themselves through their own life and their daily responsibilities as leader at work. We have a frighteningly fast pace of change and innovation, changing expectations, demands and concerns for staff and their well being and development, not to mention new ways of communicating, selling, distributing to make a...
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Inside out thinking

I wonder what has come up for you since you have been reflecting on that little, prod, prod.... If you have been keeping some kind of journal what patterns of thought are showing? What impact is having those thoughts having on you? On your teams? On your family or friends? I said in the last blog...
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When things are great – but just don’t feel right

Have you ever been in a position where everything is going along well, really well – business is good, family is great BUT you just know that there is something not right for you? A feeling of ‘so what?’ – or ‘but what’s next?’ – it’s not a feeling that is particularly disturbing or depressing;...
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What is NLP

Harness your brain to be creative and solve problems! Gai holds a Master Practitioner Certificate in Neuro Linguistic Programming. To achieve this level of mastery required over 300 hours of NLP training and completion of written exams. What is NLP? Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John...
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