Small Changes in your thinking that make a Big Difference

Jul 14 2016

When people come on our certification courses in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) they are always blown away by the power of the interventions to change behaviours, how we feel and how we behave. It’s easy to love the big powerful stuff, but the small changes we make in our thinking are very worthy of our love and attention. How we think influences how we feel about life, react to others, store our memories and make our decisions, so surely something so important is worth working on? The thing is that in our natural human development our thinking develops accidentally, some of it serves us well, and some of it doesn’t. The key is to use more of what works and less of what doesn’t work. Here are our top tips to try out:

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Tips on protecting children from cyberbullying from the Department for Education

Jun 17 2016
In support of Stop Cyberbullying Day and to help parents tackle cyberbullying, the Department for Education have sent these tips exclusively to London Mums. They show how parent can protect children from cyberbullying in simple steps. We have also included a little background on what the government is doing to promote internet safety in schools.

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Do you ever feel overwhelmed by how much you have to do? Why we have to do less

May 28 2016
Too much to do as parent? How to work smarter, not harder so you can enjoy your kids more. As a working mum, I wish that my brain hadn’t often felt like a computer with too many tabs open. Or that it had not got to the point where an essential visit to my GP seemed self-indulgent.

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