On Learning describes an NLP approach to learning. Its theme is 'How can we make our own learning more effective?' It first appeared on the coachingconnect site.
"To quote Carl Rogers, "I want to talk about learning." But not the lifeless, sterile, futile, quickly forgotten stuff that is crammed in to the mind of the poor helpless individual tied into his seat by ironclad bonds of conformity! I am talking about LEARNING - the insatiable curiosity that drives the adolescent boy to absorb everything he can see or hear or read about gasoline engines in order to improve the efficiency and speed of his 'cruiser'. . .". Read More.
Beliefs are the subject of this article which appeared in Rapport Magazine.
"Our belief is that you can be, do, or have anything (including nothing if you choose). So what stops you realising your dreams? The answer is nothing real: just your own unique belief system. and as Henry Ford said. "If you believe you can or you believe you can't, which ever you think, you are right." In NLP we speak of limiting and empowering beliefs so if we clean up the limiting and plump up the empowering ones does this do the trick? Well, we think that even this is not enough because we have been programmed with some really subtle and deep beliefs about our beliefs that take some expert digging to find. We suggest that what is required is a comprehensive belief audit. . . ". Read More.
How can I motivate myself to exercise? is a frequently asked question and Sali wrote this article for the wellbeingdevon.co.uk website.
"Exercise is good for you in every way - mind, body and spirit. As well as benefiting joints and muscles, exercise releases endorphins, helping us feel peaceful and happy. It is the most efficient way of burning calories and helping you lose weight, and it can lower the risk of high blood pressure and contracting some diseases such as type 2 diabetes. . . " Read more.