The projected self

December 3, 2014

Following a talk I’ve recently given at Animas London Lecture and requests from my followers who missed it, I’ve decided to write a series of blogs on that fascinating topic that is subjective communication in relationships. I’ve always been fascinated by relationships. I find the...

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Clients are mirrors

March 11, 2014

One of the very interesting observation I've made over the years in working with clients, was how often I could relate to their issues. Especially when I first started to practice, I seemed to attract people who had similar issues to mine and that always...

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August 16, 2013

Do you find yourself postponing things you have to do? Like sending important emails, or making phone calls that have been on your to-do list for days?! Or even going to the gym, paying the bills or launching your business? Are you finding excuses to...

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It’s not you it’s me

August 13, 2013

My client this morning brought an interesting dilemma. He was at work last week and one of his customer asked his opinion on other traders in the field. Having a nice rapport already with that regular customer, my client allowed himself to share his thoughts...

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Confident or Arrogant?

August 5, 2013

One of the most common issues people bring in therapy is lack of confidence. Whether it’s confidence in themselves or confidence in doing something. And that is generally closely linked with a lack of self-esteem. But what’s the difference between self-esteem and self- confidence? My...

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What is Person Centred NLP?

May 31, 2013

Person-centred NLP was born out of the observation of the current NLP world. NLP has got the reputation of being a quick-fix tool that can help people solve their issues almost by clicking their fingers. When I first learnt NLP, I must confess that's exactly...

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