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  • Secondary Gain – Audio Podcast

    11/08/2021 Duración: 37min

    Links from today’s show: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primary_and_secondary_gain  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/7591455_Secondary_gain_as_hidden_motive_for_getting_psychiatric_treatment  https://www.unk.com/blog/how-to-deal-with-secondary-gains Secondary gain is often unconscious and the patient is unaware that they are capitalising on the benefits of having a problem. If it is a benefit that the patient is aware of (and deliberately fabricating or creating in order to benefit) this is known as malingering.  Secondary gain is very difficult (especially for those using NLP) to identify but if you have some strong suspicions here are some strategies to help deal with it.  Watch on Youtube here:  https://youtu.be/JaGd9o1npi0 Missed the previous show? Doing the Right Thing Can be found here: https://youtu.be/jmQ3SGelf6U  or on iTunes here:  https://apple.co/38wk5as   ----------------------------***---------------------------- SNAPCHAT - peoplebuilding Subscribe to my Channel here - http://www.youtube.

  • Doing the Right Thing: Audio Podcast

    11/07/2021 Duración: 36min

    The Trolly Problem: The Trolly Problem Wikipedia Page Are there any firm rules on how to do the right thing? Does it come down to considering the ecology of a situation and continuing to do right even if it feels wrong? Perhaps deciding what is right comes from thinking forwards to explore the longer-term ramifications of a decision. But is there always a black and white solution to help you choose the right way forward. Psychology would show us that the best indicator about how a person might act in the future is to look at their past behaviours. In considering what the right thing is for someone else, we can at least consider other similar scenarios and use those as a guide as to what the consequences may be. Watch on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/jmQ3SGelf6U Missed the previous show? Stop Taking Things Personally Can be found here: https://youtu.be/zAwgUEXvaZo or on iTunes here: https://apple.co/38wk5as ----------------------------***---------------------------- SNAPCHAT - peoplebuilding Subscrib

  • Stop Taking Things Personally!: Audio Podcast

    19/06/2021 Duración: 38min

    Do you struggle to stop yourself from taking things personally? Here is the Ted Talk by Frederik Imbo: https://youtu.be/LnJwH_PZXnM Sometimes it’s difficult to shake off the feeling that it’s about you - even when you logically know it’s not! Today we’re going to explore some strategies to help you when you’ve taken something to heart and need to move on.  In addition, it’s worth exploring why something has affected you - maybe because at some level you know it is true. But maybe it’s not truly about you and in fact, about the other person.  In order to maintain your worth you need to have high self-esteem, self-worth, self-confidence etc. Developing a thick skin and being able to dust yourself off requires all those important ‘selfs’ to be in good condition  Watch on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/zAwgUEXvaZo   Missed the previous show? The 5 Factor Model & Hexaco Can be found here: https://youtu.be/HRPD9PjHT_k or on iTunes here: https://apple.co/38wk5as

  • The 5 Factor Model & Hexaco: Audio Podcast

    29/04/2021 Duración: 31min

    This Big Five assessment measures your scores on five major dimensions of personality: Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism (sometimes abbreviated OCEAN). Check out your scores on each of the five dimensions and learn what each score means. I'm sharing my scores with you in this video. The 5-factor personality model can be found here: https://www.truity.com/test/big-five-personality-test-std  For basic information and materials for the HEXACO Personality Inventory-Revised, an instrument that assesses the six major dimensions of personality: Honesty-Humility Emotionality eXtraversion Agreeableness (versus Anger) Conscientiousness Openness to Experience Got to www. http://hexaco.org  I’m interested to hear if your scores reflect who you think you are! Watch on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/HRPD9PjHT_k  https://youtu.be/-Vx-cDHmcn0  Missed the previous show? Take my Advice Can be found here or on iTunes here:  https://apple.co/38wk5as   SNAPCHAT - peoplebuilding Subscribe to

  • Take My Advice – Audio Podcast

    01/04/2021 Duración: 31min

    Advice can be pretty cheap a lot of the time but now and again some really good, life-altering advice comes along. If you are the giver of good advice, it’s important to offer it in a way that allows the recipient an opportunity to take it onboard or not.  However, there are times when advice needs to become direction and an adjustment in the delivery to differentiate the two is important.  Right now the world is full of good advice and bad. There’s a lot of people with some very strong opinions. As you’ll learn here, I took the advice to have a covid vaccination. That’s because I believe in what the vast majority of the scientific population believe too - that immunity is a team effort.  If this is not a risk you personally wish to take, that is your prerogative, just as this is mine.    Enjoy the good advice.  Watch on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/-Vx-cDHmcn0   Missed the previous show? How Hope Helps Depression Can be found here: https://youtu.be/JTVV1-4ICTg or on iTunes here: https://apple.co/38wk5as  -

  • How Hope Helps Depression

    24/02/2021 Duración: 50min

    In this podcast we explore whether there are core principles that help to increase a person's feelings of hopefulness and how cognitive behaviour strategies such as NLP can help us to develop more hope.  Using real-life examples I have come across I’ll give you my honest opinion on the definitions of a hopeful person, as explained in the nurturing hope article that is shared. Furthermore, we discuss how to increase hope in a depressed patient and how just a flicker of hope can be the much-needed ingredient to get them on the right path to improvement.  This is a link to the special article mentioned: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4172306 And this is the article about hopeful people: https://blog.iqmatrix.com/nurturing-hope  Watch on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/JTVV1-4ICTg   Missed the previous show? I Think You've Got a Problem: How to Raise a Mental Health or Mental Illness Concern  Can be found here: https://youtu.be/STonoVySaDw or on iTunes here:  https://apple.co/38wk5as 

  • I think You’ve Got a Problem: How to Raise a Mental Health Illness or Concern

    21/01/2021 Duración: 39min

    Around 25% of people will suffer from some kind of mental health problem in their life. That means there is a strong likelihood that we will all come into contact with someone who is experiencing a problem at some point in time. Some mental health concerns are at a level whereby people can still continue to live, socialise and communicate in spite of their struggles whilst other mental health illnesses are more severe and require ongoing support from highly qualified professionals. In addition, early neurological problems can also appear on the surface to echo many of the issues we see in mental health issues. Therefore, practitioners working in mental health require awareness of the more severe conditions in order to redirect their clients when problems arise that are outside of their skillset.  Talking to someone about their mental health, especially when they lack insight, is incredibly challenging. I hope that in this video you learn some ways to have a conversation with someone that you have concerns abo

  • Dealing with Annoying People: The People Building Audio Podcast

    24/12/2020 Duración: 50min

    Here are my tips on dealing with annoying people. This is a new show format with a longer podcast  - just like the good old days! Right now, it’s easier than ever to get annoyed and frustrated. Covid is certainly testing our limits and our sensitivity levels are increased. Here is the article referenced in the show: https://thoughtcatalog.com/briannaewiest/2013/06/20-ways-to-deal-with-people-who-annoy-the-crap-out-of-you Watch on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/5ElqlKaZANc Missed the previous show? Stop Taking on Other’s Responsibilities - The Not NLP Podcast Episode 37 Can be found here https://youtu.be/S7jUfpO2L8E or on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-people-building-podcast/id268279301?mt=2    ----------------------------***---------------------------- SNAPCHAT - peoplebuilding Subscribe to my Channel here - http://www.youtube.com/peoplebuilding Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/peoplebuilding Instagram - http://instagram.com/peoplebuilding Twitter - https://twitter.com/peoplebuildin

  • Stop Taking on Other’s Responsibilities – The Not NLP Podcast Episode 37

    18/11/2020 Duración: 14min

    If you are feeling overwhelmed with the amount responsibilities you have on your plate at the moment then this is the podcast for you.  First, we take a dive into why having responsibilities can be a good thing for helping you to, in essence, manipulate others by increasing the levels of empathy and trust they feel towards you.  Then, we’ll look more closely at when responsibility-taking can become unhealthy and how it can be used to mask issues from childhood.  Finally, I’ll give you some boundary-setting responses and frameworks to prevent you from overwhelming yourself unnecessarily by taking on too many of other people’s responsibilities. It’s delegating, but on a whole other level.   Watch on Youtube here:  https://youtu.be/s-Z9gKNEM5M  Missed the previous show? Turn Down Stress and Anxiety - The Not NLP Podcast Episode 36 Can be found here https://youtu.be/9clWsxQubG4 or on iTunes here:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-people-building-podcast/id268279301?mt=2    ----------------------------***--

  • Turn Down Stress and Anxiety – The Not NLP Podcast Episode 36

    15/10/2020 Duración: 11min

    Reducing stress and anxiety in yourself and others can be a simple thing to do when you are aware of and make adjustments to the type of language you use. At times, giving lots of detail helps us to avoid generalising and for communication with others, this can be a very good thing. However, when we are dealing with intense or dramatic situations that require some problem solving, it can be better to minimise what we say. Not just in terms of the level of content, but more so in the weight and size we apply to the problem. Our brains like to get a sense that a problem is solvable and feel less inclined to face the problem if it looks too complex or overwhelming. By reframing and making simple shifts in how we communicate a problem, we can reduce the severity of it and feel more empowered to do something about it. Watch on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/s-Z9gKNEM5M Missed the previous show? Taking Humour Seriously - The Not NLP Podcast Episode 35 Can be found here https://youtu.be/s-Z9gKNEM5M or on iTunes here