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by | Dec 20, 2020

How to use NLP to train our brains

How will you react?

Our weekly Team NLP blog where you will find inspiration and actionable advice on how to build healthy habits, resilience, and connections in our unprecedented times.

At the start of 2020 I set myself a goal of writing a blog weekly throughout the year to share our ideas and experiences from what we have learnt over the years from NLP.  I have almost made that goal, just missed one or two weeks.  Yesterday as I looked back over them, I realised that the blogs tell a story of an unprecedented year filled with many different emotions and reactions.  I will put all the blogs together in the NY and share this journey with you all.  Reading some of them back now and listening to the disappointing news yesterday, I am reminded that we cannot control what goes on outside our field of influence, but we can control how we respond and how to deal with the uncertainty and ambiguity around us.  We can pick ourselves up and move forwards with gratitude for whatever we can create for ourselves and our families.  Some peoples’ health and careers have suffered so much more than others.  My husband is in the hospitality trade, so I have been personally touched by that, and at Team NLP, we have had to reinvent ourselves and take all our programmes on-line.  And all of us have been impacted by the incessant uncertainty of 2020 and the fear of a deadly virus.  These things have not been easy to deal with.  So, let’s be grateful for each other, compassionate to all those in need, be proud of whatever we have managed to create this year and keep our loved ones safe this holiday time. 

We look ahead to 2021 with both uncertainty and optimism that the human spirit will prevail, and we will get back to a new normal as soon as is possible. 

Merry Christmas from Lindsey and all at Team NLP