Five surprising principles
For living, loving, and playing well with others. One of the principles of the study of NLP is to learn from others and if what you learn can be applied in some form to enhance the quality of your life, especially when their experience can save you a lot of time. Then, why not fast track your experience and learn from others success or relevant feedback.
In light of this, I have decided to share with you 'Lessons for living well' by Elizabeth Svoboda (http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/authors/elizabeth-svoboda)
Studies show that people who enjoy close ties with friends and family are happier, have fewer health problems, and are more resilient (http://www.psychologytoday.com/basics/resilience) to the stresses of our times. "Moreover, our connections provide some of the best opportunities to grow in meaningful ways, says psychologist Harriet Lerner:
"Any relationship can be a laboratory where we experiment with bold acts of change and learn something about ourselves, the other person, and the possibilities between us."- Good news for our NLP meetup!
Make time to socialise and learn some valuable tools for living & playing well. Join us now
This is a very relaxed interactive meetup,
With demonstrations, opportunity to practice using NLP and relevant handouts.
7.30 - 9.20pm: NLP Meetup
9.30 - Onwards: Informal Social at the bar
Open to everyone to join and then socialize