Who are you? What are you? How do you know? What do the results you get from anythiing in your life have to do with your identity? These ideas are important.
Everything you have and everything you do come from your identity—what and who you think you are or aren't, and what and how you think it, content and process.
Your identity, your sense of yourself, is learned, so you can unlearn it, relearn it, to make a more powerful and effective you.
Your identity determines what you feel about everything. Are you happy? Sad? Fulfilled? Weak? Stressed? Uncertain? Successful? Afraid?
Every emotion you have, everything you do and don't do, and everything you think flow from a simple constant comparison (the match or mismatch) between your outer world and your inner world, and what you think you want.
This is your internal guidance system: when your outer world matches your inner world in the way you want, you feel "positive" emotions. When there is a mismatch, you feel "negative" emotions. It's rooted in your identity. Are you paying attention?
Your internal emotional signals motivate you to action--toward or away from what you want. It's elegantly simple.
Remember: identity--who and what you think you are--is learned. When you "relearn" it, your world changes, and so do the results you get.
Do you know how?
I am a master NLP practitioner, trainer, and is certified in Imperative-Self Analysis, a deep core transformative process. He has 30-years experience and was copfounder of NLP Institute of Houston, Texas, and founder of Life Skills Institute in California.
I design and teach courses in sales, cross-cultural communication, team bulding, staff development, and organizational development. Companies I have developed training for include: Century Twenty-One of the Pacific, Mellon Bank, San Bernardino Housing Authority Welfare-to-Work Program, Empire Management, Access Media, the YMCA, the California Apartment Association, and the Apartment Association of the Greater Inland Empire, and for nurse educators at SanAntonio Community Hospital in Upland, Ca.
I am the developer and trainer of a results producing process (iMapping) based on vision, attitude, motivation, behavior, and role and identity. This seminar is grounded in more than 20 years of research, testing, training and change work with NLP in the arena of identity, and provides core concepts around which NLP patterns and techniques may be organized.
I walk my talk.