- Perhaps you are looking forward to the finishing line.
- Perhaps you've been putting off thinking about it, because your goal isn't progressing how you'd like.
- Perhaps you're glad it's coming to an end.
- Perhaps you're sad that it's coming to an end.
There's so much emphasis on goal-setting - which is great - but once you've done that, you have to actually take some action. So then what? In this article, we explore ways to take stock of a part-completed goal. Start by thinking about some goal you've set for your self in the past. How are you feeling about it now?
Last week a friend asked me “what’s the one thing that people most value from your NLP Diploma?”.
I couldn't easily narrow it down to just one. Everyone arrives with their own personal reasons for participating, and each takes away a different “one thing of most value”. So I thought about all the people who come to us to learn about NLP, and what each of them found to be their "one thing of most value". I've narrowed it down to three different strands. Which one would you find of most value?
These are articles relating to NLP, and its many applications in personal and professional life.