Welcome back and if this is your first time joining us, my name is Showleh Tolbert, I am a certified Master trainer and coach of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Time Line Therapy® and instructor […]
I see clients day in and day out and often clients that come to me feel stuck and they feel life is not satisfying any more. Life being work life, relationship, career, marriage, family, […]
Is your life just not working? No matter how many self-improvement courses you take do you still feel stuck? Well, as far as personal development goes, it’s all in your head! Let me explain […]
William James, the American philosopher and psychologist, a leader of the philosophical movement of pragmatism and a founder of the psychological movement of functionalism said: “The world we see that seems so insane is […]
Beliefs determine our path in life. Are your beliefs helping you achieve your goals?
When someone says that someone “has no values” what that means is: “that person does not have the exact same values as I do.” So, what are values? Values are what motivates us in advance. They relate directly to how we spend our time, because we spend our time accord…
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How do beliefs affect our lives?
First of all what is a belief? Well, a belief is defined as “something that you hold to be completely true.” For example, if you are 40 years old, that’s a true belief that you are 40 years of age. A person’s belief…
Time Line Therapy® which developed from NLP, has given us new skills in cancer treatment.
“The success rates in treating the big four cancers (breast, colon, lung, and prostate) are dismal. It is obvious that we are looking in the wrong direction for treatment. Instead…
HOW DO PEOPLE REACT TO SUCCESS OR FAILURE?
In general, people judge their lives in terms of how successful they are in achieving different goals. When you succeed at something, you feel proud of how resourceful and smart you were in achieving your goal.But, when somet…
How does the mind understand reality and make sense of it?
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Jean Baudrillard, a postmodern philosopher, once said that we live in an age where the image of a thing has replaced the item itself.
He calls this age “the age of the hyper-real,” where “real”…