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It's all about NLP and motivational stuff Written by motivator
This website contains information on NLP (neuro-linguistics programming) and motivational issues. It is hoped that this site will contribute to your understanding of or add to whatever you already know about these subjects. Assembled here are some good formulations on how you can improve yourself. Issues of personal development have been dealt with in depth. The ideas and techniques that the visitors will be reading about are consistent with current professional theory and practice.

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An introductory piece on NLP Written by motivator

NLP, which stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming, was founded in the 1970s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder as a set of techniques and principles to describe the relationship between how the mind works (neuro), how we use language and how it influences us (linguistic), and how we use our actions to achieve our specific goals (programming).

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The power of belief Written by motivator

A belief is something that we choose to form in our own minds. Our belief influences how we see the world, and dictates our way of thinking and behaving. It is the power of our strongly held belief that determines the kind of person we are or going to be. Something that we believe strong enough becomes our reality. It's therefore essential that whatever beliefs we hold will empower us.

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We create our own reality Written by motivator

Each of us thinks we know objective reality. But because our experiences differ immensely, we each perceive our world in a unique and subjective way. We indeed see things differently. We develop our own respective attitudes, beliefs and values which together give rise to a habitual way of thinking. Our thinking often does not make sense to other people, neither does theirs make any sense to us. This is evident in the way some people think and behave which we find strange or incomprehensible.

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Believing is seeing Written by motivator
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Believing not seeing comes first. You must believe in something first in order to see it. For example, if you believe in the successful outcome of what you are going to do, you will have the will and the knowledge to go about achieving it. Eventually, you will see your success. It's as simple as that because belief itself is a great motivation. Have it first and see the result. This is what believing is seeing is all about.

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Delay action - lack of motivation or real fear? Written by motivator

Do you often put off doing things - whether something that you have to do or even something that improves your life? Have you ever asked yourself why you are not doing the things that you ought to do? Chances are you will come up with all sorts of excuses in justification of your non-action. You procrastinate either because you lack the motivation or are gripped by fear that hinders your readiness to take action.

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'Us versus them' mentality Written by motivator

Many people have developed a characteristic way of thinking that the more they possess in common with others, the less they will get. They mistakenly believe that if they share ideas, wealth and resources, there will be less left for them. Such muddled thinking is almost certain to doom them to a life of scarcity.

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The purpose of life is a life of purpose Written by motivator

Have you ever wondered or asked yourself, “Why am I here? What do I want to do with my life?” Every one of us in this world has a purpose in life. The purpose varies from person to person. But primarily, we are brought here to make a difference by making contribution to and being connected with the rest of humanity, and not for nothing. Every life is important and every existence has a mission to fulfil.

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