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Think, Do, and Act with NLP

To is to be. Not that it warrants an intellectually stimulating interpretation, but such implies a deeper sense of comprehension that could invoke a certain degree of action on the person involved. To here implies a verb, thus the act … Continue reading

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Stop procrastination with Neuro Linguistic Programming

Do you regret doing something in the end? Humans as we are, we regret taking a step forward and making a decision on our own. Most often than not, we depend on others to do it for us. Not to … Continue reading

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What being human is according to Neuro Linguistic Programming

A life of prosperity is attained with the proper function of a specific thing. That thing, in turn, becomes functional as far as its purposes are met. An eye is an eye for it functions to see. However, it is … Continue reading

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The Good Life according to Neuro Linguistic Programming

The unexamined life is not worth living. ~ Socrates Philosophically speaking, we all look up to Socrates; he gave us the definition of what a good life is. As one of the greatest thinkers of his time, he sought answers … Continue reading

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Your voice, your cause and Neuro Linguistic Programming

Do not raise your voice has always been my mantra when talking to another. I despise and do not see the need to raise the tone of voice when conversing with another. Though unbearably needed when arguing and making a … Continue reading

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Perfectly Imperfect world

There are two sides to every coin. Chocolates are not always sweet, life is not always beautiful and love is not always wonderful. We have always lived in our own utopia – a world so perfect, everything goes according to … Continue reading

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If I changed something from my past, would my life be any different?

Most often than not we take what we have done in the past for granted. We do things accordingly and act instantly without regard to what it might imply in the coming days. We are always looking forward and never … Continue reading

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