The 3rd of July is the international “Compliment Your Mirror” Day. Motto: “What is it about me that attracts people?” I am sure, without a doubt, that any person has asked this question at least once in their life. Well, I just had an insight based on a dream. Honestly, I don’t believe in paying… Read More Imagined Mirrors of the Absolute
Motto: “The place where you always take from and never put back will soon be empty.” Romanian Proverb The “holes” theory I have a theory. Every man has certain “holes” or “hollows” or “empty spaces” their the soul, some basic necessities that must be filled with love. For example, there is a hole that must… Read More To Have and to Hold
I humorously remember that when I was in high school, although I didn’t know any NLP, I adored playing with modal operators. Unfortunariend of mine, those who didn’t share my enthusiasm, would always find a reply that would kill my theoretical argumentation. One day, I was explaining to someone how to go from “threat” to… Read More The Motivational Conflict
Reality is structured into dimensions. Each person perceives as much as their vision does. The perspective represents the angle of viewing a particular object (problem, situation, person, concept, etc.) from a specific dimension, positioned in a certain way concerning the other dimensions. Myopic perspective is a frequent mistake, directly proportional to groupthink. It involves looking… Read More On the Reference System and Perspectives
A person with a well-cared-for personal brand knows they can trust themselves and will ask for the same thing from others. The same goes for those who refer to persuasion as an art; trust that the items set at the beginning of the communication will be accomplished. A few important things should be noted here.… Read More What Does Trust Mean?
Motto: “Personality is not who we are but what we do.” L. Michael Hall Definition Hall & Bodenhamer (2005) and Woodmall (1988) are still considering between metaprograms and Jung’s classical concepts: Sensing / Intuition (metaprogram no. 2, Epistemological), introversion/extraversion (metaprogram no. 26, Rejuvenation), judging/perceiving (metaprogram no. 37, adaption), which according to the correspondence analyses… Read More Meta-types
Metaprograms, by definition, are dynamic and not static. They are dynamic in several forms: They are found in different combinations from individual to individual, and the extent to which this happens varies over time; they are found in different cultural characteristics from civilization to civilization, and the extent to which this happens varies over time, as… Read More The Dynamics of Metaprograms
Metaprograms, on which I wrote an introductory article, are unconscious filters of human perception, according to which we sort information, and can be found deep in the subconscious. They show us how we prefer to think, feel and communicate, offering a set of criteria for sorting and organizing information. By finding ways to elicit these criteria,… Read More What Do Knowing and Understanding Metaprograms Help Us With?
There were three dwarves Living in the hazelnut forest, There comes the hoopoe and says: “Symptomatically, the dilemmatic idiosyncrasy is reverberating in an attenuating manner. Its protoharmonic abstruse echoes behind the semi-transcendence and dissonance of the incandescent medieval-like obscurantism, encapsulating the crepuscular syncretic and allusively metempsychotic vein of the alchemic transmigration towards the inner… Read More Metaprograms, The Fundamental Bricks of Personality
At one point, a woman comes to an ophthalmic center and buys a pair of eyeglasses for her husband. Then, two weeks later, she returns and says: “Thank you, they are no help; he still doesn’t see things as I want him to!” Probably many of you know the phrase, “Before you take the speck… Read More The Specks in Other People’s Eyes Have Different Colours for Each
An unclear contract underlies victimization. Before being a social and even a sociological position, victimization is a psychological position that must be understood. In the dramatic triangle of the transactional analysis, the victim feels helpless, powerless (whether he/she really is or imagines that), waiting for a savior, and (possibly) screams from the top of their… Read More The Psychological Contract in Working Relationships
Hello! I started writing about an exciting topic: which values are NOT needed for success … against popular beliefs that some might have. I’m doing a little recap of the first part, which you can read here. 1. Not to be laughed at. 2. The fear of making mistakes. 3. The fear of criticism. 4.… Read More 10 Things I Do Not Think Are Important for One’s Success in Life. Part II
Every January much is written about personal development and meeting one’s goals: what to do, how to do it, and how to color your lists of resolutions. After two months of the year, everyone has returned to their senses: those who have written down resolutions to forget them have returned to their favorite activities, and… Read More 10 Things I Do Not Think Are Important for One’s Success in Life. Part I.
Today I’m celebrating. Today, December 17, 2020, it’s been 13 years since I won an award that meant a lot to me as an author. Further on, I offer you an adaptation of the article for which I got the first prize for the best personal and professional development article in the competition organized by Ionuţ Ciurea in… Read More The Winner’s List
Real, sustainable change is difficult. Do you dare develop personally outside your comfort zone? Well, it’s also hard for me; it’s hard for everyone, and that’s why it matters. Everyone who wins by imposing a superiority complex cannot win forever. Competitive thinking about others (“how to show that I’m smarter, stronger, greater than others”) always… Read More Real, Sustainable Change Is Difficult
What gives you value? What values do you have? What value do you think you have? What value do you offer? What is a man of value? (keep reading ↓) These are challenging questions that all have their importance and… value. However, they operate based on the premise that “value” is a term known by… Read More The Values from Psychology and NLP, as Structures of the Personality
Customize! Many of us live under the impression that there are certain “types of people” that we get along better with and others that we don’t get along with. But, in fact, we like those who are like us or those who are as we wish we were. Precisely for this reason, the objectivity of… Read More How to Speak Everyone’s Language
The correct identification of the image Skills are made up of behaviors and language. Attitudes and values are divided into behaviors and language. Identity is divided into attributes (values). The image is also divided into attributes (values). Personal branding, as an area, to be found where psychology, personal development, and (significantly) marketing interfere, aims to align identity with the image. In other… Read More The Image or the Brand
Each of us had at least a period in our life when we had a job we didn’t like, whether it was a seasonal experience of a few months or the need to support ourselves or look for the right career. Being a career consultant, I can only remind you that since we spend about… Read More A Kind Thought If You Don’t Like Your Job
I created a personal development exercise based on a similar one designed by Harry Faddis and promoted by Betty Martin (the 3 minutes exercise, based on the model of the wheel of the consent). I think it can be a powerful tool in creating a connection between people, as long as it is done video+audio.… Read More The Self-Expression and Listening Exercise I Developed