Fully Accredited NLP Trainer’s Training Certification & Hypnosis Trainer Certification with Master Trainers, Melody Cheal, Julie Silverthorn & Joe Cheal

psinlp-logoWhy train with PSiNLP and GWiz?

This course has many benefits both obvious and less obvious:

  • On the obvious level you gain several qualifications that can help you expand your own business.
  • Less obvious perhaps, you will gain greater understanding and elegance in your use of NLP in whatever arena you use it in.
  • You will experience personal development and growth.
  • You will turn up the charisma and confidence on any presentations or training courses you deliver.
  • You will meet a great group of people and have a lot of fun along the way.

We asked some of our graduates why they had wanted to do NLP Trainer’s Training. Here are some of their reasons:

  • To have (or develop) the confidence to present and be a presenter
  • To overcome any fears they had about presenting/being on stage/being centre of attention or being looked at
  • To be more confident at work (e.g. speaking up in meetings, volunteering to present to senior managers)
  • To learn ‘platform skills’ – to become a ‘world class’ trainer/speaker
  • To be a more credible trainer/presenter
  • To become a better coach and to give feedback more elegantly
  • To have some fun!
  • To be a more engaging speaker
  • To challenge, develop and stretch themselves
  • To learn more NLP tools and techniques
  • To apply NLP to being a presenter/trainer
  • To complete the trilogy of official NLP courses (they saw Trainer’s Training as part 3 of a series that began with Practitioner and Master Practitioner as parts 1 & 2)
  • To run NLP courses & to develop their business
  • To test their skills and knowledge of NLP
  • To one day become a Master Trainer of NLP!
We also offer Hypnosis Trainer as part of our NLP Trainer's Training
We also offer Hypnosis Trainer as part of our NLP Trainer’s Training

 

Need a bit more before you decide?

 

Who are the Trainers?

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Our training is led by three NLP Master Trainers of good standing. Master Trainers are expected to be able to demonstrate clear lineage and have met or exceeded a minimum criteria of achievements. Not all Master Trainers meet this standard so you are advised to check with professional bodies such as ANLP.

Julie Silverthorn (USA) became a Master Trainer in 1992 while working with Tad James and Wyatt Woodsmall. Her track record is sterling, her approach warm and caring and her elegance in the use of Milton language is magnificent.

Melody and Joe Cheal (UK) trained with two schools of NLP through to Trainer level before being granted NLP Master Trainer status by Julie Silverthorn and John Overdurf. Both Melody and Joe have been teaching NLP and corporate courses for over twenty years.

Joe has a passion for understanding patterns and systems, and delivers training with humour and energy.

Melody is inspired to help individuals reach their full potential.

All three of our Master Trainers have undergraduate and Master’s Degrees in Psychology bringing an even greater level of knowledge and experience to the programme. Together, they are the co-founders of the Positive School of Intrinsic NLP.

Jo Coulson started her NLP journey with us several years ago. She has now graduated as an NLP Trainer and is working successfully as a trainer and coach.
Jo Coulson started her NLP journey with us several years ago. She has now graduated as an NLP Trainer and is working successfully as a trainer and coach.

 

We very much hope that you will join us for the next step in your NLP journey.

The course is 13 to 24 July 2018 and the certification dates are 25 to 27  July 2018 and will be at our beautiful purpose built venue overlooking Ashdown Forest in East Sussex.

IS this YOUR year to FLY?
TO FLY higher than YOU’VE ever flown before?
To allow your CONFIDENCE, KNOWLEDGE and PERSONAL CHARISMA to soar to new levels of CONGRUENCE?
Are you ready to move UP IN YOUR CAREER, YOUR RELATIONSHIPS and YOUR ABILITY to ASSIST OTHERS TO TRULY TRANSFORM THEIR LIVES?
ARE YOU READY NOW…..?
TO TAKE THE NEXT STEP AND COMMITT TO YOUR OWN PERSONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT?

Spread your wings

The Early Bird rate is available until 13th May 2018
Full price is £4495,  just pay £500 now as  deposit.

 

This shrinks to just £3995 if you go for our early bird rate saving you £500. If you pay in full before the end of 13 May 2018 you can access the early bird rate £3995.

The next four people to book get a free audio of Neuroenergetics NLP Trainer’s Training for the first 8 people to book worth £345

Pay a deposit of £500 today to secure your place!

 

Book early for the optional extra Certification of Hypnosis Trainer and you will save a further £100. (email Melody on melody@psinlp.com to confirm you are eligible).

Early bird Hypnosis Trainer Certification, pay in full before 13th May  2018 to qualify.  Pay just £395

 

For full details of this special offer
contact
melody@gwiznlp.com

For more information about
PSiNLP & NLP Trainer’s Training please go to:
http://www.psinlp.com/

The PSiNLP Cancellation/Refund Policy:

All requests and refunds must be made in writing and received by the dates below.

Cancellation prior to the Early Bird date: Deposits and balance of training fees are refundable or may be credited to a future training. Please note there may be an admin fee to account for banking costs etc.

Cancellations after the Early Bird date: Deposits and balance of training fees are non-refundable although in special circumstances and with approval of PSiNLP they may be credited to a future training.

The Relationship Dance – Two Day Introductory Workshop

Creating memories together
Strengthen your relationship by creating memories together

Why aren’t all relationships easy?

When a relationship is hard work, it is probably unbalanced.

When a relationship is painful, it has probably become destructive.

But arguing, disrespect and disconnection are not the natural dynamic of a loving relationship.

 

So are you interested in how to create

a happy and stable relationship?

 

About the Relationship Dance

Based on a 25-year modelling project, the Relationship Dance is a two-day workshop that will introduce you to a whole set of new models, tools, techniques and behaviours that will help you to:

  • Build a strong foundation through the Five Relationship Graces
  • Stand up and become balanced and constructive together with your partner
  • Enjoy the strength of becoming interdependent
  • Develop greater compatibility through a complementary relationship
  • Communicate with your partner (rather than argue!)
  • Speak your truth with kindness
  • Stay on the same side, even when handling differences

 

…so you both get what you want in life and feel excited about your future.

 

Who is the Relationship Dance for?

  • Individuals who want to create a healthy balance within… to get themselves into a state of readiness for the perfect relationship
  • Couples who want to communicate more effectively, revivify their relationship and rediscover why they love one another
  • Coaches, counsellors and therapists who want to broaden their skills in helping others
  • Anyone who is curious to discover how to create and maintain a relationship that is loving, supportive and inspiring…

The Trainers

Joe and Melody Cheal have more than 25 years’ experience each in the fields of Personal & Professional Development. They have trained and coached over 20000 people, helping them revolutionise the way they interact and work with others. Amongst their various qualifications, they both have psychology-based degrees and master’s degrees and are Master Trainers of NLP.

The question they are most often asked is: “How do you work together?” and the answer is varied!

They work together regularly…

They work together affectionately…

They work together respectfully…

They work together humorously…

They work together seriously…

 

Put simply… they work together!

 

They met in 1992, married in 1994, and have been dancing happily together ever since!

Individual Tickets

 

Early Bird rate available until 12th May 2019  £95

 

 

Full rate £145

 

 

Couples Tickets

 

Early Bird rate available until 12th May 2019  £145

 

 

Full rate £195

 

Are you practicing self-care in your relationships? Do your relationships lift you up or bring you down?

This week my focus is on relationships and self-care. In my private practice I often work with clients who are experiencing issues in their romantic relationships.

The Relationship Dance

When you value yourself it is easy to value your partner

In our book of the same title, Joe and I talk about the Relationship Dance and how there is a flow in a relationship. There are healthy relationships and relationships that are toxic and everything in between. Whatever type of relationship you may be in there is a dance and you co-create your experience with your partner.

 

If you are currently in relationship, how is it going for you?  Do you

The Relationship Dance
A guide to loving gracefully by Joe and Melody Cheal

feel supported, valued and respected as well as loved? Are you supportive, do you value and respect your partner?

 

If you answered “no” to any of the above it is worth taking a moment to reflect on your pattern in relationships. Is there an abusive edge to your experience or are you just experiencing dissatisfaction?

 

People who find themselves in abusive relationships or who themselves are abusive are unlikely to practice positive self-care. This is also true where there is a level of dissatisfaction.

 

Take a moment to reflect, do you value yourself? Do you respect yourself? Do you ensure you have a supportive environment? Although sometimes cliched, do you love yourself.

 

If you answer “no” to this set of questions consider this.

 

If you don’t love, respect and value yourself how can you expect anyone else to?

 

Often the most important place to start in transforming relationships with others is the relationship with yourself. You may find that if you make friends with yourself your relationship with your partner will start to improve.

 

This is not a guarantee and you might find that at the point where you are respecting and valuing yourself you might choose to end your relationship.

 

Once you have a healthy relationship with yourself you will discover you have more effective ways of communicating with your partner. You will be more willing to appreciate and value them and at the same time be more able to speak your truth and maintain boundaries.

 

I will expand more on this topic over the next few weeks.

 

If you are ready to start your own self-care journey and have not yet training in NLP now might be the time to sign up for the NLP101 Taster Day on 18thJune or 9thAugust.

 

Follow the link for more information

I work one to one both in person and via Skype

If you need one to one support contact me direct to find out more about booking a session. melody@gwiznlp.com

 

 

What Melody and Joe did at the NLP International Conference 2019

Last week Joe and I were at the NLP Conference in London and so this week I am breaking from my series on Self-care to share our experiences with you.

Judith Delozier and Judith Lowe presented the Maser Class, Passion in Action

Melody with Judith Delozier, known by some as the Mother of NLP

The Conference takes place over three days. The first day is always a Master Class from leading NLP Trainers from around the world. This year was no exception. The speakers were Judith Delozier and Judith Lowe and the topic was “Passion in Action”.

Melody and Joe presenting again at the NLP Conference

Day two and three of the Conference consist of six streams of parallel sessions on a range of topics. This year Joe and I had separate sessions.

My session was first thing on Saturday morning and my topic was

Melody presented a session on The Core Transformation Process

Core Transformations. One of the reasons I ran this session was as an introduction to the work of Connirae Andreas. Connirae will be delivering the Master Class on The Wholeness Work  in 2020.

I am excited to announce that we (GWiz NLP) will be hosting a further three days training with Connirae the weekend after the Conference (more details to follow).

Joe presented a session on The Language of Unconscious Bias

Joe also ran a session on Saturday entitles The Language of Unconscious Bias. If any of you would like a copy of his notes contact me direct and I will forward them to you as a pdf.

 

Our Saturday was very busy with Joe and I chairing the annual meeting of the NLP Leadership Summit. This group is made of up NLP Leaders from around the world united  in a vision to “change the future and pull the field of NLP together”.

What happened at the NLP Awards

Saturday evening was all about the NLP Awards. Joe was the MC for the third year in a row. He was planning to stand down but had so much fun he as agreed to MC next year as well.

For the third year running Joe was the MC for the NLP Awards

Judith Delozier was presented with the Life Time Achievement Awards which was richly deserved. The Award was presented by two other NLP leaders, Robert Dilts and Stephen Gilligan.

Lucas was the winner of the NLP Research Award and Melody was the runner up

I was short listed for the NLP Research Award and was a runner up. The winner was Lucas Derks, whose work on Social Panorama and other allied projects made him a very worthy winner.

Socialising and having fun at the NLP Conference

One of the other aspects of the NLP Conference that Joe and I love is the wonderful social element. Our GWiz NLP Stand became a meeting place and was our base.

Edward Grey collected his Hypnosis Trainer certificates.
Laura collected her NLP Master Practitioner Certificates

We met with many friends from around the world and also made some new connections. It was lovely to see so many people attending the Conference who either began their NLP journey with us or attended a course a long the way.

Thank you to Karen Falconer, Kash Falconer and their team for organising yet another brilliant Conference.

Joe and Melody having fun at the NLP Conference
Caroline Hart and Melody in their “trademark” silly pose!

Did you know that when you learn something new your self-esteem gets a boost?

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What could you learn this week?

This week I’m going to keep it short as I’m busy preparing for the NLP Conference which starts on Friday. Thinking about the Conference and looking at the programme reminded me of the value of learning as a way to boost your self-esteem.

 

This makes learning another form of self-care. This is boosted further when you learn with others. The social element creates a positive affect and a sense of belonging.  When the learning is a little challenging you also get the additional benefit of feelings of accomplishment and success.

 

We recently completed an NLP Practitioner Training spread over several months. The students really bonded and supported each other. On the evaluation days some of the students felt anxious. After the results were announced the feelings of success were even greater.

 

Have you ever had that experience?

 

Take a moment to review what learning opportunities you have given yourself recently.

 

You could choose to learn a new hobby, learn a language or learn a practical skill. What about starting some academic studies? You could even start a journey of self-discovery such as NLP Practitioner or beyond.

 

Some of our new students recorded some reflections on their experience. Click the link to find out more.

GWiz NLP
Melody and Joe presenting NLP Practitioner Certificates to Debbie

Next week I’ll be at the NLP Conference so will get back to you the week after.

 

 

 

 

NLP Taster Day: NLP101

Our one day NLP 101 is an opportunity for you to find out if NLP is for you.  It also counts as 25% credit toward your NLP Diploma!

Our intention is to provide you with an opportunity to find out two important factors:

 

Is NLP for you?

Here is how NLP helped one of our recent students:

“I joined the NLP training just over a year ago. In that year I have completely transformed into a different person. From someone who suffered with regular anxiety and disbelief in my self, my self worth was at rock bottom and I really didn’t know how to move on.”

Are we the right providers for you?

By experiencing our style of training and approach we hope you will be inspired to sign up for the rest of the NLP Diploma and the complete NLP Practitioner.

Here is a recommendation from one of our recent students

“I would recommend the NLP training for anyone, not only have I learnt how to change my life so much for the better, I also made a great new friendship circle where we all share the positive changes. NLP training is actually really simple to adapt into your or anyone else’s life.”

If you would like to see and hear from some of our students click the link.

 

How does it work?

First you register your place on the NLP Taster Day and provided you register for the Diploma within 7 days of completing the NLP 101 we will give you a special rate of just £395 for the remaining three days of the NLP Diploma. The next NLP Diploma is scheduled for 19th to 21st June 2019. There is an alternate date of 4th to 6th September.

We charge a small fee of £24.95 when you attend our NLP101 so you can dip your toes in the water.

The full Diploma is also module one of our fully accredited NLP Practitioner.

On completion of your Diploma you are then ready to complete our NLP Practitioner which is a further three modules of four days each.

If you already know you are ready to take the complete NLP Practitioner contact me direct to book your place melody@gwiznlp.com

To reserve your place on our NLP101 to pay our administration fee.

 

Alternate dates are also available:

9th August 2019

3rd September

Who are the people who surround you? Do they nourish you or do they drain you?

GWiz NLP
Find people who lift your spirits

Although this series is about self-care there is an inter-personal aspect to your well-being that I would like to highlight to you this week.

I wonder, have you considered how much the people you spend time with have an impact on your well-being and your ability to stay resilient?

The relationships you engage in regularly will have a direct influence on your energy levels and your general sense of self. This may not surprise you and yet have you ever stopped to check.

Are the people you spend the most time with:

  • Critical of you and your life.
  • An emotional drain.
  • Needy and demanding.
  • Easily offended and reactionary.
  • Aggressive either to you or in your company to others.
  • Have a negative mindset.

If you answered “yes” to even one or two of the characteristics above the chances are you will feel drained and unhappy after spending time with such people.

So perhaps it is time to change who you spend time with!

I wonder how many of you feel uncomfortable about this suggestion? If you do it will be because you have a value that feels ignored. Maybe loyalty is important to you or kindness. It may be some other value of a similar nature.

I can understand that reaction and yet for your own health it is worth thinking about how much time you spend with people who sap your energy.

Have you applied the above list to yourself, do those characteristic also apply to you? Or maybe they used to. Either way, if you are now committed to self-care practice I recommend you begin widening your circle of friends to include people who:

  • Laugh and smile a lot.
  • Are kind and encouraging.
  • Motivate you and others.
  • Demonstrate that they care about you
  • Are good at turning conflict into conversation
  • Have a growth mindset.
  • Lift your spirits.

Begin by adopting the above behaviours yourself so that you are the kind of person others want to spend time with in order to feel good. Secondly, begin connecting with people who lift your spirits.

You may need to do your homework to find out where these people can be found. May be joining a class or hobby group, maybe going to networking events or social gatherings. In all of these places you will find people who fit both the lists above so be selective.

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Positive people are good for your well-being

One of the easiest ways to start building your new positive network is to sign up to a personal development course such as NLP Practitioner. You are likely to find other people looking for the same thing plus others who already have a genuine positive attitude to life.

As you build your new positive supportive network you may find that some of your old friends will welcome the change in you and begin their own journeys of transformation. There may be others you choose to limit your time with or gently let go of.

Remember you have choice and you deserve happiness, well-being and resilience. You can only be responsible for yourself. Become that person that lifts the spirits of others, I know you can do it.

 

 

 

How does NLP help you in your self-care practice?

Melody Cheal, NLP Master Trainer at GWiz NLP
Melody teaching NLP at GWiz NLP in Crowborough, East Sussex

This week someone asked me to explain the benefits of NLP to them and I realised this is something I’ve not written about recently. It made sense to me to give you a little background into my personal angle on this.

 

Several years ago I studied for an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and for my dissertation I decided to research the benefits of NLP. In my study I was interested to find out if there was any evidence to support my hypotheses, paraphrased here as:

 

“NLP can be used to improve self-esteem and well-being”

 

As part of my study Joe and I facilitated a one day workshop with over sixty participants and a dozen of our NLP Master Practitioner Graduates assisting with the group work. During the day Joe and I taught some principles of NLP and guided the group through three NLP change work processes.

 

I collected data from already existing psychology questionnaires that measured self-esteemand well-being. The measures were taken before the workshop, at the end of the day and six weeks later. There was also another group of a similar size who did not take part in the workshop who acted as a control group. I measured their self-esteem and well-being during the same time frame (they got to do the workshop after the study had been completed).

GWiz NLP
In the Satir Room at GWiz NLP

The results were very pleasing demonstrating statistically significant evidence that NLP does improve self-esteem and well-being. I was not really surprised as I have been using these techniques myself in self-care, in my private practice with clients and teaching to my students for years. Time and time again I see people having excellent results.

 

When I work with people in my private practice I often encourage them to consider taking NLP Practitioner training as part of their journey. By taking the training my clients are learning how to self-coach when issues come up, they often experience a transformation in their mindset and report feeling greater control in their lives.

 

Here is a comment from a recent student about a particular technique and NLP in general:

 

“In all the years of therapy etc I’ve never noticed a shift like this, so it’s a fantastic technique and I really want to be able to use this and my NLP skills to be able to help others who have been through similar experiences to me. Just wanted to share that with you and thank you for all your help.”

 

If you want to find out more about my research you will find lots of information on the website including my full dissertation and the journal article published later. I also have a free audio download recorded at the research workshop that includes two of the processes covered. Here is the link:

 

https://www.gwiznlp.com/free-mp3/

 

Melody Cheal, NLP Awards Finalist for Research
Melody has been nominated for a Research Award and short listed

As I may mentioned in an earlier blog I have reached the short list for the Research Award at the NLP Awards in May. This event is being hosted at the NLP Conference where we will also have a trade stand.

 

For those of you ready to start your NLP journey you can join us for our NLP Taster Day: NLP101. We have a token charge of just £24.95 for the day which is also day one of the fully ANLP Accredited Practitioner.

 

For full details of our next NLP Practitioner Training or to book onto a taster day contact me direct via Contact Us.

 

 

How can you cope with the Environmental Crisis and keep your mental health and well-being?

Coping with the big issues and keeping your mental health and well-being

Continuing the series of blogs on self-care.

Last week I promised to give you some ideas for dealing with issues that scored lower than 5 on your list of things you have control over. I’m using the Environmental Crisis as an example for two reasons, firstly it may well be on your list and secondly, it is on mine.

 

It the last couple of years, unless you have been living in a cave with no human contact you will have seen or read news stories about how time is running out to reverse the damage we (as a species) have done to the planet. You are probably like me and are not in a position to directly make the changes needed to make a difference globally, (such as moving fully away from fossil fuels and replacing our energy sources with renewable options).

 

So how do we process our inability to control global issues and retain our mental health and well-being?

 

The first step is to answer a different question first:

 

“how is this issue impacting on me right now?”

 

A common answer to the question about the environmental crisis might be:

 

“I am worrying about the future”

 

The specifics that you may be worrying about will vary from person to person. For example, you may be worrying about the future your children will inherit.

 

Although the specific detail of your personal worry will be unique to you the state of “worry” or “fear” will be the same. So, you may need to begin by managing your feelings.

 

You can transform worry and fear into motivation by asking yourself:

 

“what can I do right now that will allow me to make a difference?”

 

You could make a list and start ticking things off as you complete them. We can all make small changes and you may already have started to do that. So, what do you do if the fear and worry is not going away? Although we can feel good about making small changes do you still feel out of control?

 

The trick is to turn fear and worry into motivation. Start by acknowledging your emotions and recognising they have a value. Fear and worry are emotions designed to keep you on alert for danger. If you allow these feelings to overwhelm you there is a risk you will move from fight or flight to the state of freeze. Acknowledging and expressing emotions will help prevent this shift.

 

Acknowledging emotion also allows fear to transform to motivation. Beyond the small changes, there will be more action you can take that will require more effort or more commitment. Make a list of what else you can do to influence change and then take a step back to reflect.

 

Be honest with yourself, what are the actions you are willing to take that also align with your values? What are the actions that for you feel outside of your personal scope? Acknowledge and accept what you are not ready to address or what still feels outside your control.

 

Now take action and notice how much better you are feeling.

 

With the example of the Environmental Crisis there are many things you can do beyond personal changes to the way you live. Here are a couple of things I’ve done in the last few days.

  • Spoken to my dentist about the lack of environmentally friendly products on sale.
  • I then asked advice from others about what is available. It turns out there are lots of products available. I am now in the process of bringing this information to my dentist’s attention.
  • I also spoke to my local supermarket about the lack of environmentally friendly dental products in the shop. I am willing to go searching for these products however I know that if they are available in a convenient way more people will buy them. Hence, I am doing my best to influence my local supermarket. I’ll follow up if nothing happens.
  • I am doing my best to share content on social media to help raise awareness.
  • Writing blogs and posts about my feelings, beliefs and values.
  • I’ve become an organisational member of Sussex Wildlife Trusts and a member of WWF. With SWT I’m also doing some pro bono work.
  • I became a vegetarian a few months ago.
  • I have written to my MP to ask what she is doing to champion this issue.

 

Now I don’t share this list to show off. Indeed, some will read my list and think I’m not doing very much. There may be things I will choose to do over the coming months. For example, right now I do not feel moved to join the protesters in London. That may or may not change.

 

The point of this blog is to show you how to find a sense of control over things that bigger than your direct sphere of influence. By finding ways to influence the issue where it intersects with your life will give you a sense of control. The greater your sense of control the less worry and fear you will experience.

What are you doing to take back control in your life.

 

 

 

 

How much control do you have over your reality?

Take back control by choosing the right path for you.

Your perceived sense of control over your life and what happens to you will have a significant impact on how stressed and uptight you are. We seldom worry about things we think we can control, we just take action.

 

If you don’t believe me write down a list of things that worry you and check how much control you have over each item. Give it a score out of 10 where zero is not control and 10 is one hundred percent within your control.

 

I wonder how many of you have noticed you feel an increased sense of control about the issues you have written down? Writing your worries down may have already shifted the level of control you feel right away.

 

For each item you now feel you have control over decide what you are going to do to resolve the issue. You may have some nice easy fixes. Other items may now have expanded creating unexpected new worries.

 

For example, you may have a worry about telling a relative that you would prefer them not to keep popping in unannounced. Speaking to them is one hundred percent within your control. Now that you have acknowledged this you may have now discovered something different to worry about!

 

Perhaps you now realise the real issue is how your relative may react. So the next step is to ask yourself a very important question.

 

“How is that a problem for you?”

 

The answer will be personal to you. Here are some common fears for this type of  issue:

  • upsetting the other person.
  • the person becoming angry.
  • the relationship might be damaged.
  • Being seen as uncaring or selfish.
  • Losing control of your own emotions.
  • Not being heard.

 

All of these fears (and others I’ve not mentioned) are valid and at the same time about something that hasn’t actually happened. You are worrying about an imagined outcome, even so, this is important data. Own your fears and use this information to help you work out the most effective way to gain an outcome that works for you on all levels.

 

From an NLP framework the fears indicate ‘positive intentions’ that need to be acknowledged and included in whatever action you decide to take. They are also indicators of the wider ‘ecology’ of the proposed actions.

 

You will notice that as you drill down on a ‘worry’ you are moving it further and further to within your control. You might realise that you need to do some research or get some coaching to develop the necessary skills to communicate your message. This is still putting you back in control. Often you will realise you already have what you need to take action effectively.

The more control you perceive you have, the easier it will be for you to relax and enjoy life. The more you are controlling your own reality.

Start working out plans for those things on your list that score five or above. Notice how much you now feel in control and how the worry and stress has lessened.

 

If you have issues that score below five I will have some ideas that may help you next week. Please do remember if you are struggling with major issues to reach out for support either in your own social network or to an appropriate professional. There will be someone who can help you.