We all go through challenging times, it is a part of life. Although it's ok to feel bad for a short time as we come to terms with the challenge, there are things that we can do to get back on a positive track.
To help ourselves, it can be useful to take a few minutes to ask ourselves whether continuing to feel bad serves ourselves, does feeling bad serve a positive purpose? Ask yourself "Why am I choosing to feel bad about this?" and listen to the answer. Acknowledge the answer and then ....
When you are ready to move forward in a positive direction, consider these questions and write down the answers -
So, hopefully you have completed the questions above. Yes? Well done!
Go and do something that makes you happy, go and have fun right now!
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I recently came across a photoreading course by Paul R. Scheele and was doubly interested when I discovered that he uses NLP in his course material.
You see, I read a lot! I love reading partly because it helps me grow as a person and also because it makes me a better coach. Imagine how excited I was when I found a new way to read that helps me absorb the information in a completely different and much more meaningful way.
For those of you interested in finding out more -
Here's how it works:
The PhotoReading process exposes printed materials to the brain at phenomenal rates, a page a second–all beyond the conscious mind's processing capability, but within the capabilities of the subconscious.
It allows you to "mentally photograph" the printed page at 25,000 words per minute.
The real secret of the PhotoReading Course is that it balances a series of reading techniques that are proven in university studies with the breakthrough technique of "mentally photographing" printed pages. That combination allows you to use the best of your current reading skills, coupled with the best of PhotoReading, to exceed your reading needs immediately.
**Immediate Results you can expect:
In other words...
If you aren't using PhotoReading to better your life, you're probably missing out big time.
If you want to learn how to PhotoRead check out his website.
PS This course is suitable for most ages.
Nicole Wijngaarden, Wellington, New Zealand