Not many people read this blog at the moment. Think I need to write more about myself. If I moved this blog to Facebook probably the whole nation is interested….
Back to the main purpose of this blog: it is purely to cover some ground on NLP topics, coaching and philosophical ideas. Things we can change and how we can change it.
What – What is it you want to change?
How – How is it really affecting you?
Why – Why do you really want to change how it is affecting you?
This goes beyond the usual “textbook” – we look into deeper understanding of the mind.
Often I think that looking beyond certain reasoning and beyond people’s motivation I find a psychological problem. Or are all those problems just human and not problems at all. Meeting so many different people lately being away in Germany it seems as if a whole nation has inherited behaviour. Is that possible? If so – will it ever change?
Without wanting to sound prejudice but obvioulsy the older generation in Germany grew up with the stigma them being evil and having to apologies for the 2nd world war. The younger generation partly inherited that thought but some did not. The world-cup last year seems to give Germany some identity and people forgot about their history “giving it a new go“. Ergo, the economy grows, self-confidence grows, spending power grows. All very positive effects.
Can someone imitate or model that behaviour? What if we could model it and implement it in the UK before the 2012 games – would we be able to achieve double the effect? Will China after the 2008 games grow even more massively and liberate itself from communism completely?
I do not want to start a political or historical debate but a purely behavioural debate. Can you train your children to be more successful after they won a soccer-cup? I think you can. Anything can boost your self-confidence, you just have to realize it.
Have a great weekend. Summer is supposed to come back.