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mastering the art of optimism
The end of anxiety NLP Canada Training Inc.
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anxiety is the belief that you cannot
control your own experience
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The end of anxiety is paralysis. Anxiety creates an inability
to make change happen.
The end of anxiety is the benefit it p...
most experience is driven by
unconscious processes
4
How you respond to a person or situation is determined
as much by patterns stored in your unconscious as it is by
external...
Responses can be conditioned
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You cannot control the self you do not know.
Self management begins with self discovery.
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Be present to the whole of your experience. Include the
details that seem meaningless.
If you do not like what you are thi...
Rabindranath Tagore
The butterfly counts not months but moments,
and has time enough.
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Five minutes can be a very short time or a very long time.
Time is not found. Time is made.
Rhythm is the ability to choos...
Who is setting you up?
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Frames are the settings for our actions and interactions.
They give direction and meaning to what we do.
Frames are the bo...
Language is the medium of choice.
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Alfred Korzybski
The word is not the thing.
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Language always offers a choice between thinking about
what is and thinking about what could be.
The words we choose are g...
Choose optimism
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One option is no option.
Two options is an ultimatum. You're doomed to make the
wrong choice because any choice leads to j...
Optimism trumps anxiety
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The end of anxiety is optimism.
If you can fear a future that hasn't happened, then you can
hope for a future that hasn't ...
www.nlpcanada.com
We train you to condition yourself to discover
better choices.
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The end of anxiety

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Anxiety is a problem for many people. Could 2015 be the end of anxiety for you? Use NLP to understand and shift anxiety through purpose, choice and optimism.

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The end of anxiety

  1. 1. mastering the art of optimism The end of anxiety NLP Canada Training Inc. 1
  2. 2. anxiety is the belief that you cannot control your own experience 2
  3. 3. The end of anxiety is paralysis. Anxiety creates an inability to make change happen. The end of anxiety is the benefit it produces. Anxiety motivates learning. The end of anxiety is its antithesis. Anxiety is ended when you believe you have what you need to do what you require of yourself. 3
  4. 4. most experience is driven by unconscious processes 4
  5. 5. How you respond to a person or situation is determined as much by patterns stored in your unconscious as it is by external controls. Having control of your responses means having a better store of deliberately conditioned responses. If you can sustain a bad habit, you can build a better one. 5
  6. 6. Responses can be conditioned 6
  7. 7. You cannot control the self you do not know. Self management begins with self discovery. 7
  8. 8. Be present to the whole of your experience. Include the details that seem meaningless. If you do not like what you are thinking or feeling, shift the smallest possible element so that the whole of the experience begins to shift. Develop your core strength. Continually move toward a more satisfying or effective state. 8
  9. 9. Rabindranath Tagore The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough. 9
  10. 10. Five minutes can be a very short time or a very long time. Time is not found. Time is made. Rhythm is the ability to choose between going with the flow and standing against it. 10
  11. 11. Who is setting you up? 11
  12. 12. Frames are the settings for our actions and interactions. They give direction and meaning to what we do. Frames are the bones that shape muscle and heart. Living in someone else's frame is like living in someone else's house. 12
  13. 13. Language is the medium of choice. 13
  14. 14. Alfred Korzybski The word is not the thing. 14
  15. 15. Language always offers a choice between thinking about what is and thinking about what could be. The words we choose are generated unconsciously and then accepted consciously. The first person you persuade is yourself. All language is metaphorical: it compares what is real to a more general pattern held in unconscious process. Metaphors release information held in the unconscious. 15
  16. 16. Choose optimism 16
  17. 17. One option is no option. Two options is an ultimatum. You're doomed to make the wrong choice because any choice leads to just one option. Three options are an invitation. If there are three possibilities, your brain is likely to generate more. The third option is freedom. Reality is one option. The word for that reality gives a second option. The story that connects the word to your purpose opens up a multitude of options. 17
  18. 18. Optimism trumps anxiety 18
  19. 19. The end of anxiety is optimism. If you can fear a future that hasn't happened, then you can hope for a future that hasn't happened. If your intention is held in a wide enough frame, there is always room for a more satisfying experience. 19
  20. 20. www.nlpcanada.com We train you to condition yourself to discover better choices. 20

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