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Thumbnail image for Looking for Inspiration at Inspire Days

When Inspire Days – two days of  celebration of learning put together by Sue Knight and her associates in India – was announced by Ramesh Prasad, I knew I had to attend it. It promised the two days would challenge, provoke, amuse, fire up, tickle, shock and overwhelm those who […]

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Thumbnail image for Resuming the Journey to my Well-formed Outcome

March 10, 2014 It is nearly half past one in the morning, and I am pensive after watching a very beautiful movie, ‘Dead Poets Society’. In it, what the teacher, John Keating tells his students, is still whirling in my mind: “Carpe diem, seize the day boys, make your lives […]

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Words as I speak or write them make a path on which I walk. –Diane Glancy I am back in Chennai, in my house, after attending the NLP course in Cherai. My daughter, Anusha, was at the door, to receive me. Lola Kutty, our pug too, was at the door, […]

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Thumbnail image for The Initial 2 Days at NLP Practitioner with Sue Knight in Cherai

Today on Valentine’s Day, I am in Cherai Beach. Tomorrow will be the last day of the ten-day NLP Practitioner Course with Sue Knight. During 2013 and January / February of this year, I was part of a few such courses. If I had counted the money involved I would […]

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Thumbnail image for Learning about Team Building at Service Square

On Monday, Jan 20th,  at Service Square we had another round of training conducted by Vigneswari, on team building. I was preoccupied with unsettling worries during the training. The staff did not look very enthusiastic at the start. As the training progressed, I remained in my worried groove. The rest […]

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Thumbnail image for TA 101 with Dr.Susan George

Last Saturday and Sunday on 11th & 12th Jan, I was with 15 others attending a training programme. This one, titled TA 101, is the official introduction to Transactional Analysis. It was conducted by Dr.Susan George, in a small room at her residence near Santhome. About six of them were […]

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Thumbnail image for Vigneswari in a Trainer’s Den

Weary, restless, numb, directionless, uncertain, lost, clueless, afraid were some of the unflattering words to describe my inner state when it came to my feelings towards my business, till about a few months ago. We moved in fits and starts. But lately, the greyness is giving way to colours in various […]

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Thumbnail image for NLP Foundation Course Again

It has taken me a long time to come back to this blog. True, I am getting a little busier. Yet, if I count the hours I waste, it is an awful lot. It is also not because I do not have anything important to write about. If I discipline […]

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  Saturday, 3rd August was an action packed day right from 5.30 in the morning till way past midnight. Starting the day running 7 km was a breeze. After reaching home and tending to Lola’s skin problems, I got ready and went to attend the first day of the NLP […]

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Thumbnail image for Neuro Linguistic Programming – Some Bitter Pills on Day One

Ramesh Prasad who was the Master Trainer at the 2-day NLP training will probably wince when he comes across ‘Some Bitter Pills’ in the heading of this post. Like Caesar he may want to cry out, “Et tu, Babu?” For NLP practitioners, it is a cardinal sin to be flippant […]

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