"If you always do what you've done, you'll always get what you've got" Henry Ford
Take that step today, try something new and experience the simplicity, power and effectiveness that NLP and Creating Change practices can bring into your life.
It doesn't matter how many books, seminars or courses you may have read or taken. What sets you apart, what makes the difference is directly related to if you have given it a go and practiced.
That's where the magic happens!
Each meetup (in person and online) we work on a specific NLP skill, concept or technique which I (or other additional Event Organisers) will explain step by step. Depending on the topic discussed, we can practice NLP in small groups with each other. You will be expected to be an active participator, able to interact with others during the session. I will be there as support and to answer any queries during the process.
It doesn't matter if you're a trainer or a complete newbie, the NLP exercises are suitable for all levels. Simply turn up with a smile :-) and an open mind.
This meetup group is run in ENGLISH, with some members speaking Spanish and Catalan when working in pairs if they prefer.
In addition to NLP practices, we also have guided visualisation meetups and CREATING CHANGE (http://www.emmabradford.net/cc-online.html) meetups. These are special meetups covering a different topics using mind, emotions, dance and creativity practices. Creating Change is a practical, exploratory training to fall back in love with ourselves and life itself through creative means. Blending tools and techniques I've learnt over the last 8+ years of using NLP professionally alongside years of training in therapeutic dance and creative arts.
IN PERSON EVENTS: Spaces limited. No shows can affect group members and group organisation. We may think we're insignificant or that it won't matter if we don't show up without updating our RSVP - as organiser of this group for the last 7 years, I'm here to tell you it does affect things. Updating your RSVP if you can no longer join an event can prevent unnecessary work and inconvenience for both organisers and other members... helping us to work as a respectful community.