Archives for February 2014

Seduction

A bit of fun with the older seduction practitioners…. :)

YouTube – Wedding Crashers – Chaz (will ferrell)

Seduction

Is This NLP??

Hey guys, i hope i came to the right place. I read all of Anthony Robbins books on NLP and I still dont quite get it?!?!
I found this video… it makes some different points but is it NLP? YouTube – Advanced NLP: How to Make Success A Habit (Relationships, Finance, Career, Esteem)

He mentions words and stuff but … i stil don’t get it.

Is This NLP??

NLP In Online Writing

Hello.
I don’t suppose you would be kind enough to tell me what you think of this. I am building a website for a photographer and I’m looking to work in some NLP concepts, any feedback would be much appreciated. This is what I have:
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I would have to say that event photography is perhaps my favourite type of photography to be involved in. Capturing the action, the behind the scenes and the emotions of the people at an event really help to document the experience. Without the event photographer, historic events would simply fade away into the past. Nobody can forget the crowd cheering as England won the world cup in 1966, the dark plumes of smoke and fire rising from the Kuwait desert or the ecstatic joy of the rescues who pulled the Chilean workers up from the mine in which they had been stuck in for so long.

But of course an event doesn’t have to be at such a global level. The smallest events are usually the ones that mean the most – the local charity fundraiser, the day your baby was born or when you were host to the achievement awards ceremony!

I provide coverage for many types of event including (but not limited to!):

  1. Sporting Tournaments and Championships
  2. Charity Events
  3. Social Gatherings and Award Presentations
  4. Band Gigs and Tours
  5. Local Fetes and Fairs
  6. Corporate Training Events
  7. Adventure Days
  8. Proms, Balls and Dances

NAME: The Right Choice

Whatever your needs, when you book me I will be more than happy to bring my professionalism and enthusiasm (as well as my camera!) forward to make sure that your memorable event stays memorable. I’m confident that I am the photographer that you will choose.

Prices, like events, can vary, depending on location, length and what is involved. I certainly won’t charge through the roof for a few snaps! Likewise I don’t put myself at the inferior end of the scale. So feel free to get in contact with the details of your event via my contact page here and I will get back to you with a free quote and ideas on what we can achieve together.

I’m sure that when you buy a new car you like to see what you are getting, hear how it sounds and be happy that you are getting value for your money. I feel the same about photography. I have been fortunate enough to photograph some wonderous events both locally and far abroad for many clients. From the wilderness of South Africa shooting for Sony UK to the rapids of the River Wye and Herefords MS Centre fundraiser and the Stock Car races in Worcester. With that said, please find below some examples of my work, after all, they do say “a picture paints a thousand words”.
(insert photo gallery)

NLP In Online Writing

NEW NLP LONDON STUDY & PRACTICE GROUP BEGINS TUESDAY 16TH NOV

Hello All

A new NLP Group focussing on the Study and Practice of NLP begins on
TUESDAY 16TH NOVEMBER at 7PM

All levels welcome , from the curious to the expert !

UPSTAIRS AT – THE KINGS ARMS
11 NORTHINGTON STREET
LONDON WC1N 2JF

8 mins walk from Chancery lane tube
see map here ..

WC1N 2JF – Google Maps

NEW NLP LONDON STUDY & PRACTICE GROUP BEGINS TUESDAY 16TH NOV

Lindsey Agness – Still 25 Inside (How to Create an Amazing Mid-life with NLP ~ Kent & East Sussex NLP Practise Group

Lindsey Agness – Still 25 Inside (How to create an amazing mid-life with NLP ~ Kent & East Sussex NLP Practise Group

Wed 27th October
United Reform Church Hall
Hawkenbury
TN2 5AW
Lindsey Agness – Still 25 Inside (How to create an amazing mid-life with NLP)
Whatever happened to all those dreams you once had? You can remember a time when you thought that everything was possible, but now you’ve reached the mid-point of your life maybe it feels like it too late? Whatever is going on for you right now, would it be useful to learn some tools from NLP to re-focus and create what you want in your life. Lindsey Agness discusses the 8 Attitudes to mid-life that make all the difference

This meeting is open to anyone – you do not have to be NLP qualified.

We start at 7.30pm for networking, with the formal part of the evening starting at 8pm.

For information about the venue or the Group, email beverley.hamilton@uwclub.net
t:: 01892 511231
m: 07946 473844

Lindsey Agness – Still 25 Inside (How to Create an Amazing Mid-life with NLP ~ Kent & East Sussex NLP Practise Group

CPD Needed by End of Month

Hi. I am a solicitor in need of 12 hours CPD. If anyone is interested in putting together a distance learning package I would be interested to hear from you. Please confirm what level you are upto practitioner/ trainer etc. thanks Gary

CPD Needed by End of Month

CPD Needed by End of Month

Hi. I am a solicitor in need of 12 hours CPD. If anyone is interested in putting together a distance learning package I would be interested to hear from you. Please confirm what level you are upto practitioner/ trainer etc. thanks Gary

CPD Needed by End of Month

Panic Away Has Changed My Life – A Panic Away Success Story

Today I received a Facebook message from Panic Away member, Stephanie. She wanted to share her story with everyone.  Stephanie started having Panic Attacks 5 years ago and it ruled her life. She missed days of work, she could not go on long journeys and she couldn’t even get into the car with her partner.  With thanks to Panic Away, Stephanie is back to her old self- relaxed, happy and loving life.

Approximately 5 years ago I started having panic attacks. At first, I wasnt sure what was going on. I would            lose feeling in my hands and feet, feel incredibly dizzy and a bit ‘dreamlike’, my breathing gets shallow             and I felt like I needed the bathroom. All at once! I started to get really nervous and anxious about going         out. Scared that I would be stuck out in public and suffer a panic attack and not be able to escape or hide        from public eye. The thought of being stuck in a car, in traffic was the worst. Even going for a walk was a       scary thought, what would happen if I was halfway through my walk and it happened?

I started to feel nervous and anxious all the time, which resulted in some periods of ‘nervous belly’ and the urgency to use the bathroom. This was just another thing that scared me! In fact, I was now more concerned about this happening to me in public, than having a panic attack. I knew that not a lot of people would know from looking at me that I was suffering a panic attack. But what if I started running around begging for somebody to tell me where the bathroom is?

 I get the train 50 minutes one way to work in the city. At my worst, for a long time, the train trip was something I would dread all the time. From the minute I got off a train, I started worrying about the trip home in 9 hours. What if the train broke down and I was stuck in it and I needed to go to the bathroom because I was nervous? What if it broke down inbetween train stations and we were stuck there with no way for me to escape or get out?

 I missed work. There were days I just couldnt do it.

 My self planned treatment was to stop eating before I had to go anywhere, in the hopes that this would mean I couldn’t feel unwell. I have been Lexapro (10mg daily) for 4.5 years. I am not sure if it helps or not. But i take it, and I have never stopped. I have seen three different therapists in the hope of helping me deal with my panic and anxiety disorder, and what seemed to be my agorophobia.

At my worst, I couldnt pop down the shops, just a two minute drive away. I never went in the car with anybody, not even my partner. He would drive separately to thinks just so I could avoid being caught out in public.

 In April 2013, my partner proposed to me. In May 2013, my close friend asked me to be her bridesmaid. How was I going to go in a car to the weddings? How was I going to walk slowly down an aisle and not want to run away and be on my own somewhere comfortable? It was time to bust my butt and do something! I tried meditation, I tried a prescription of Valium, I tried drinking champagne a lot before we had to go out! I was getting frustrated with my therapists who would teach me how to deal with an episode once it started, not how to stop having them in the first place. Being assured that if it ever happened in public, people would help me and not judge me was helpful, but it didnt stop me from having a panic attack, or getting so anxious i felt the need to escape.

A few months ago I signed up for the Panic Away newsletters. I decided to purchase the treatment once I realised all the self-help books I was reading and the relaxation exercises were not working.

For the last three months, I have not stopped myself from doing anything. I walk my dog every night. I go in the car with family and friends. I look forward to my friends wedding and my wedding, instead of dreading them! I am not going to pretend that I do all these things without any sign of anxiousness. Sometimes on walks I can feel my hands start to tingle and I know its time to start counting down. Sometimes I have anxious thoughts about whether or now I should eat before I go out, or if perhaps I should drive myself to dinner… but I dont let them stop me.

 Panic Away has literally changed my life. I am happy, relaxed and excited for things for the first time in a long time. My partner, family and friends dont have to do everything the way I plan to make myself feel better, we can be spontaneous! I cannot recommend and thank Panic Away enough. I dont have the words.

What a fantastic success story. Thank you for sharing it with us Stephanie! Do you have a story you would like to share? Please leave us a comment below! 

Panic Away Has Changed My Life – A Panic Away Success Story

The Science of Optical Illusions

Hi there good people of nlpc, I found this article on the BBC website interesting and it got me thinking about how I perceive images. So on the off chance that it might be interesting for you too, here it is….

BBC News – The science of optical illusions

best wishes,
simon

The Science of Optical Illusions