The Motivational Conflict

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

The Values from Psychology and NLP, as Structures of the Personality

  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

The Image or the Brand

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

Words That Change Minds: The 14 Patterns for Mastering the Language of Influence by Shelle Rose Charvet – book review

Merry Christmas, everyone! Today, besides being Christmas, it’s the birthday of a brilliant trainer who immensely contributed to my life, Shelle Rose Charvet. With this opportunity in mind and with the best wishes from the redaction of filme-carti, where I initially published this article in Romanian, I am publishing my review of Shelle’s excellent book,… Read More Words That Change Minds: The 14 Patterns for Mastering the Language of Influence by Shelle Rose Charvet – book review

Maslow’s Extended Pyramid

Named after research psychologist Abraham Maslow, this model has been one of the great successes in establishing specific consumer categories; subsequently, VALS I and VALS II consumer classification systems have been developed based on findings and segmentations. The model assumes that each individual has a series of levels of fundamental needs, gradually placed in ascending order starting… Read More Maslow’s Extended Pyramid

The Difference Between Critical Thinking and Competitive Thinking

Critical thinking [en, wiki] is appreciated as a quality, most looked for in the educational process. Competitive thinking is also appreciated, especially in certain cultural and economic frameworks. Although these two can go hand in hand, they are not necessarily one to the other, nor they are in any way a manner to consider oneself better… Read More The Difference Between Critical Thinking and Competitive Thinking