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Issue 63 Fairies

Issue 63 - Summer 2019

In this issue, we feature Melody Cheal sharing Self Care Food Panorama; Eve Menezes-Cunningham explores Default Strategies; Robert Dilts and Ian McDermott share the Fellowship Mindset Scorecard; Kris Hallbom details the therapeutic genius of Milton Erickson; Suzanne Henwood discusses using Mixed Methods and Methodology; Lynette Allen shares her latest book, ‘Rituals’. Plus all our regular features too.

Issue 62 NLP Conf 2019

Issue 62 - Spring 2019

In this issue, we feature Judith Lowe and Judith DeLozier sharing Passion in Action; Eve Menezes-Cunningham explores Choosing Focus; Edward Grey explores NLP and Dementia; Colette Normandeau reviews 4th Generation NLP; Suzanne Henwood discusses using Surveys for Research; Ian Pitchford explores Tao and NLP. Plus all our regular features too.

Issue 61 Tim Hallbom

Issue 61 - Winter 2018

In this issue, we feature Tim Hallbom; Eve Menezes-Cunningham explores Afformations; Sian Goodspeed shares her experiences of Flying Start Education; Ellie Moseley discusses their approach towards Zero Suicide; Suzanne Henwood discusses Evidence based Practice; Marian Way explores Clean Language. Plus all our regular features too.

Issue 60 Steve Andreas

Issue 60 - Autumn 2018

In this issue, we feature a tribute to Steve Andreas; Eve Menezes-Cunningham explores Sensory Acuity; Rita Aleluia shares 10 Questions that can change your life; Rakhee Shah explains more about NLP and Diabetes; Suzanne Henwood discusses Observation in Research; Jackie Arnold provokes debate around Supervision. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Rapport 59 Thabiso Mailula

Issue 59 - Summer 2018

In this issue, we feature ANLP Inspiration Award Winner, Thabiso Mailula; Eve Menezes-Cunningham explores Portable Practices; Alison Knowles shares Ollie and his Superpowers; Karen Meager and John MacLachlan explain the Healthy Workplace; Suzanne Henwood discusses Focus Groups; Madeleine Allen talks about the Ultimate Well Formed Outcome. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Rapport 58 2018 Conference Special

Issue 58 - Spring 2018

In this special conference issue, we feature the full conference programme and NLP Awards details; Eve Menezes-Cunningham explores Sensory Acuity; David Murphy shares Bullying Tickles Me; Karen Meager and John MacLachlan explain Boundary Violators; Suzanne Henwood & Paul Tosey discuss their Passion for Research; Lottie Moore talks about Seizing the Day. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Issue 57 Neuroscience

Issue 57 - Winter 2017

In this issue, we feature an interview with Martin Weaver, Influencing and Supporting People to Overcome Trauma; Eve Menezes-Cunningham explores Productive Struggle; Wayne Buckhanan discusses Meta-Programs in the Classroom; Grant Soosalu introduces Generative Learning; Suzanne Henwood discusses Action Research; Robbie Steinhouse talks about Mindful Business Leadership. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Issue 56 Lawley & Tompkins

Issue 56 - Autumn 2017

In this issue, we feature an interview with James Lawley & Penny Tompkins, models of persistence and innovation; Eve Menezes-Cunningham explores well formed outcomes; James Sweetman discusses getting unstuck; Julie Hay introduces us to transactional Analysis (TA); Suzanne Henwood discusses case studies; Paul Tosey raise some interesting questions about models. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Issue 55 Richie Manu

Issue 55 - Summer 2017

In this issue, we feature an interview with John Seymour, one of NLP’s first Professionals; Eve Menezes-Cunningham explores resiliance in the fact of global events; James Sweetman discusses digital detox; Gemma Harley reminds us we are only human after all; Suzanne Henwood discusses research bias; Richard bevan explores the relationship between courage and success. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Issue 54 NLP Conference Spring 2017

Issue 54 - Spring 2017

In this issue, we feature an interview with Steve Andreas and The Current State of NLP; Janey Lee Grace explores ways of getting your message in the media; James Sweetman discusses perfect presentations; Tony Nutley challenges the Guru Mindset; Suzanne Henwood discusses starting in research; Neil Almond explores why lottery winners run out of money. This conference issue also features a 32 page extra conference/awards special. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Issue 53 Robbie Steinhouse

Issue 53 - Winter 2016

In this issue, we feature an interview with Robbie Steinhouse, Entrepreneur, Businessman and NLP Coach; Peter Causton explores the changes in ADR legislation that may effect your business; James Sweetman questioins what you really want; Daksha Malik proposes 7 reasons for attending professional conferences; Suzanne Henwood discusses Research mentoring; Karen Meager and John McLachlan explore what makes ‘real healthy families’. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Issue 52 David Shephard

Issue 52 - Autumn 2016

In this issue, we feature an interview with David Shephard about growing a sustainable NLP business; Sharon Rooke explores the difference between NLPt and NLP; Alternative Approaches focuses on Stress; there are updates on the NLP conference and plans for the future; Suzanne Henwood discusses Research proposals; James Sweetman goes for Gold. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Issue 51 Connirae Andreas

Issue 51 - Summer 2016

In this issue, we feature an interview with Connirae Andreas about coming to wholeness; Karen Meager explores the hidden face of male depression in business; Airline Captain and NLP trainer Elisabeth Tanum explores fear of flying; Andy Coote reports on the April conference and plans for the future; Suzanne Henwood discusses analysing qualitative research; James Sweetmen explores how we can be even better this Summer. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Issue 50 Karen Moxom

Issue 50 - Spring 2016

In this celebratory 50th issue, we feature an interview with David Bowman about good publishers; we visit the history of Rapport at 50; Caitlin Walker discusses Clean Scoping; Shelle Rose Charvet and L Michael Hall introduce their topics for the NLP Conference; Suzanne Henwood discusses interview techniques in research; James Sweetmen explores how to define success. Plus all our regular features and some new ones too.

Issue 49 Bonus

Issue 49 - Bonus Spring 2016

In this issue, we feature a number of articles previously published in Rapport, including an interview with Derek Jackson about making clocks and people work better; Nancy Walbank explores the right time for upgrading classroom software; Karen Meager explains how NLP helped a learning disabilities charity; Shelle Rose Charvet introduces 5 essential skills for the future; Arun Deo and Suzanne Henwood introduce using statistics in research Kris Hallbom discovers how quickly allergies can be eliminated. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 48 Lisa De Rijk

Issue 48 - Winter 2015

In this issue, we interview Lisa de Rijk (formerly Wake) about her future in NLP; Lisa Birtles discusses how NLP can help with literacy levels; Joe Cheal continues his series about Distortions in Thinking; Mark Shraga explores leadership, identity and learning cycles in business; Suzanne Henwood and Bruce Arroll investigate designing RCTs ; Rasheed Ogunlaru summarises his recent series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 47 Valerie Young

Issue 47 - Autumn 2015

In this issue, we interview Michael Carroll about moving from Academy to Action; Jenny Amir discusses raising confidence in shy children; Joe Cheal continues his series about Distortions in Thinking; Caitlin Walker explores magical spelling; Suzanne Henwood revisits Qualitative Research ; Rasheed Ogunlaru series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner focuses on management. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 46 Grant Soosalu

Issue 46 - Late Summer 2015

In this issue, we interview Grant Soosalu about using multiple brains to do cool things; Nigel Pinto discusses self esteem in teenagers; Joe Cheal continues his series about Distortions in Thinking; Caitlin Collins explores the drunken monkey mind; Lisa De Rijk (formerly Wake) asks if Erickson was an ethnographic researcher ; Rasheed Ogunlaru series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner focuses on the collaborators and competitiors. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 45 Michael Breen

Issue 45 - Early Summer 2015

In this issue, we interview Michael Breen about beahavioural patterning; Beth Lee discusses bottling success in the classroom; Marie Cross and Susie Lotherington share their expereinces about Self harming – A Mother’s Story; Caitlin Collins explores Freebies, and how to make them work for your business; Lisa De Rijk (formerly Wake) and Richard Gray introduce Clinical Research in NLP ; Rasheed Ogunlaru series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner focuses on the marketplace. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 44 Doug O Brien

Issue 44 - Late Spring 2015

In this issue, we interview Doug O’Brien about carrying his experience with a light touch; Ellie Moseley discusses confident recruitment for the disabled; Grant Soosalu talks about Sales Wisdom; we continue our education series by Nancy Walbank, exploring how NLP can be used to upgrade classoom skills; Arun Deo and Suzanne Henwood introduce Statistics in Research ; Rasheed Ogunlaru series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner focuses on the technology. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 43 Judith DeLozier

Issue 43 - Early Spring 2015

In this issue, we interview Judith DeLozier about her role as ‘NLP searcher’; Tracey Grey shares her case study, measuring the impact of NLP intervention within the NHS; Karen Meager talks about applying NLP business skills to a learning charity;; we continue our education series by Nancy Walbank, exploring hoe NLP can support children experiencing bereavement; Thora Rain, James Lawley and Suzanne Henwood discuss research interviewing techniques ; Rasheed Ogunlaru series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner focuses on the team. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 42 Paul Tosey

Issue 42 - Winter 2014

In this issue, we interview Paul Tosey about his role in bringing research into the field of NLP; Paul Andrew talks about NLP and fitness; Sue Stockdale and Clive Steeper discuss common sense in business (or not so common sense!); we continue our education series by Nancy Walbank, entitled simply GHOTI; Suzanne Henwood introduces us to making Qualitative Research Count ; Rasheed Ogunlaru series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner focuses on the map and the terrain and ANLP publish their green paper: NLP – A Positive Future. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 41 Judith Lowe

Issue 41 - Autumn 2014

In this issue, we interview Judith Lowe about her new direction in the NLP Community; Kris Hallbom shares ways to eliminate allergies; Sue Stockdale and Clive Steeper discuss NLP and Leadership; we continue our education series by Nancy Walbank, offering tips for about teacher meatphors; Sally Vanson introduces us to Narrative and Discourse Analysis within Research ; Rasheed Ogunlaru series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner focuses on taking stock and Judith Pearson interviews Dixie Elise Hickman and Sid Jacobson. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 40 Martin Roberts

Issue 40 - Late Summer 2014

In this issue, we interview Martin Roberts about his role in the NLP Community; Cait Collins discusses NLP and Bullying; Karen Meager shares part 2 of her business article, Developing Real Leaders for the Real World; we continue our education series by Nancy Walbank, offering tips for about story telling; Paul Tosey introduces us to clean language within Research ; Rasheed Ogunlaru series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner focuses on Mindset and Motivation and Midgie Thompson introduces us to winning strategies for sport and life. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 39 Rasheed Ogunlaru

Issue 39 - Early Summer 2014

In this issue, we interview Derek Jackson about making clocks and people work better; Cait Collins discusses becoming an Indie Author; Karen Meager shares part 1 of her business article, Developing Real Leaders for the Real World; we continue our education series by Nancy Walbank, offering tips for using the Mercedes Model; Megan Arroll introduces us to Interpretative phenomenological analysis ; Rasheed Ogunlaru starts a new series on becoming who you are as a Practitioner and Sofia Rufus introduces us to new pathways to fitness. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 38 Byron Lewis

Issue 38 - Late Spring 2014

In this issue, we interview Bryon Lewis, one of NLP’s pioneers ; Joe Cheal finishes his series about managing internal dialogue; David Molden discusses modelling the Sky Gods; we continue our education series by Nancy Walbank, offering tips for establishing positive classroom behaviour; Paul Tosey introduces us to phenomenology; Rasheed Ogunlaru finishes his Soul Trader series and Faith Tait introduces us to the art of Nudging. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 37 Rick Gray

Issue 37 - Early Spring 2014

In this issue, we interview Richard Gray about moving from research to recognition ; Joe Cheal continues his series about managing internal dialogue; Pt Hutchinson discusses business based values; we start a new education series by Nancy Walbank; Lisa Wake introduces us to systemic research; Emily Terry continues her series about weight loss and Rasheed Ogunlaru continues with his Soul Trader series, examining ‘Change’ in coaching'. Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 36 Kris Hallbom

Issue 36 - Winter 2013

In this issue, we interview Kevin Laye on his many and varied life experiences; Joe Cheal continues his series about managing internal dialogue; NLP for Teachers is a relevant topic this issue; Dr Suzanne Henwood gives us food for thought around Ethics in Research; Emily Terry helps us consider losing weight as we start 2014 and Rasheed Ogunlaru continues with his Soul Trader series, examining ‘Compassion’ in coaching' Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 35 Joseph  OConnor

Issue 35 - Autumn 2013

In this issue, we interview Joseph O’Connor, coaching with a flashlight; Joe Cheal starts a new series about managing internal dialogue; Orchestrating success in school is a relevant topic this issue; Dr Sally Vanson shines a light on Grounded Theory; David Molden discusses business coaching in Vision, Decision, Result and we welcome Kris Hallbom to the team with her professional development series, ‘Coaching tips and secrets' Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 34 Lucy Whittington

Issue 34 - Late Summer 2013

In this issue, we interview Lucy Whittington, business celebrity; Karen Meager writes about following Virginia Satir’s example when supporting people through change; How to Love School just a little more is a relevant topic this issue; Grant Soosalu discusses Neuroscience Guided Behavioural Modelling Research in relation to mBIT; Martin Snoddon talks about his experiences in Belfast during the conflict; We feature part 5 of the Impact of Language; and we welcome Lynne Copp to the team with her business development article, ‘Focus on Your Business' Plus all our regular features and news.

Issue 33 Robert Holden

Issue 33 - Early Summer 2013

In this issue, we interview Robert Holden about his book, Loveability; Martin Weaver writes about using NLP for Trauma Resilience; Waiting for Exam Results is a relevant topic this issue; Dr Dimple Devadas shares her case study for managing life with Diabetes using NLP; Pat Hutchinson talks about Stakeholder Centred Coaching; We feature part 4 of the Impact of Language; and we welcome Emma Wimhurst to the team with her business development article, 'How Clear is your Vision?' Plus all our regular features and news.

issue 32 Tim Ferriss

Issue 32 - Late Spring 2013

This PDF issue includes a great interview with Tim Ferriss, author of the Four Hour Work series; NLP Legend is Rich Liotta, an 'NLP Geek of sorts'; Joseph O'Connor writes about Emotions, Sensory Acuity and Papua, New Guinea; Joe Cheal continues his series on The Impact of Language; The research series continues with part 1 Quantitative Analysis; Other articles include Lynne Copp talking about Managing Change in Business; plus all our regualr features, book reviews and ANLP news.

Issue 31 Frank Farrelly

Issue 31 - Early Spring 2013

This PDF issue includes a special tribute to Frank Farrelly, who passed away in February 213; part 2 of the Engaging with Science debate; Feature by David Molden on Modelling Excellence in Business; Lifestyle feature on making Dream Decisions; an interview with Michael Grinder about Classroom Management; the next Research article regarding NLP Presuppositions in Research, and all the regular features.

Rapport 30 Winter 2012

Issue 30 - Winter 2012

This issue features an interview with NLP Legend Richard Bolstad; celebrity Mimmo Miccolis communicating through dance; Soul Trader author Rasheed Ogunlaru; Judy Apps writes about the impact of voices in the US Presidential election; Pat Huitchinson writes about Leadership or Leadersheep...and all the regular features, debates and more.

Rapport 29 Autumn 2012

Issue 29 - Autumn 2012

This issue of Rapport features Judi James, behavioural coach on Big Brother; Pat Hutchinson writes about he world is in love with engagement; Kris Hallbom introduces the concept of Bringforthism; and the debate focuses on whether or not we can create NLP Practitioners online...plus all our regular features

Rapport 28 Summer 2012

Issue 28 - Summer 2012

The Summer issue of Rapport is packed with all the usual features, including an inspiring article on how Manchester City Academy are using NLP; NLP Legend Art Giser talks about Energetic NLP; David Molden questions whether decision making is all in the feelings; and Bev James asks if Social Media is working for you...plus our regular debate, trainings and diary events.

27 Richard Lee

Issue 27 - Spring 2012

This issue features an interview with NLP Legend Charles Faulkner; practical tips for handling SATs; Using Yoga to counteract stress; Are you too far out of your Comfort Zone; Marketing yourself and your business with NLP; plus all our regualr articles and business advice columns.

Rapport 26 Winter 2011

Issue 26 - Winter 2011

This issue features article by Judy Pearson on Eye Accessing Cues, and L Michael Hall on Innovations in NLP; NLP Applications include using an NLP outlook when teaching; Green with Envy and Change the words, change the minds (using NLP in NHS Trust procurement); Business support articles include regulars from Bev James, Mindy Gibbins-Klein and our research team.

Issue 25 James Caan

Issue 25 - Autumn 2011

Our new look Rapport organises features into three distinct sections - Applications of NLP, NLP for Professionals and Business Advice. This issue features interviews with James Caan, NLP skills for facilitating groups, Shelle Rose Charvet, NLP and Coaching...and a fascinating article on NLP with sheep! Regular features like the Debate and news still included and new features for business advice - this issue covers multi media on websites.

24 Bev James

Issue 24 - Summer 2011

This issue features an interview with Olympic athlete, Andrew Steele, plus features on Revivifying Relationships,an interview with L Michael Hall, the truth about stress, Bev James setting you up for success and Matthew James talking about NLP and Energy. Plus regular features such as the Debate, Basic NLP and Trainings and Workshops.

23 Chris Steele

Issue 23 - Spring 2011

This issue features an interview with TV doctor, Chris Steele, plus features on Modelling Resilience, using an NLP approach to teaching adults with special needs, an interview with Frack Pucelik and NLP in the Big Society. PLus regular features such as the Debate, Basic NLP and Trainings and Workshops.

22 Camila Batmanghelidjh

Issue 22 -Winter 2010/11

Features Camila Batmanghelidjh and the Kids Company

Also features articles on Dyslexia; Provocative Hypnosis; Author interview with Robbie Steinhouse; first in a series of feature about NLP and relationships

21 Michele Paradise

Issue 21 - Autumn 2010

Features Michele Paradise on `Owning the Room` during interviews and networking events

Inlcludes an interview with James Lawley and Penny Tompkins about Modelling; NLP Trauma Recovery in the South Pacific; Judy Apps speaks about the Miracle of Voice.

Issue 20- Lynette Allen

Issue 20 - Summer 2010

Lynnette Allen talks about NLP in Business and Life.

This issue features Persuasion, The art of Business Success; Mediation, mindfulness and Seduction; Energetic NLP for Health and Healing; How NLP can help you when making those tricky decisions in life.

Issue 19 Arielle Essex

Issue 19 - Spring 2010

Feature Arielle Essex and the Living Matrix

NLP and Research; Politics; Meditation and how we can S.U.M.O our problems away with Paul McGee; Speed Reading; How NLP can impact on change, ecology and social beliefs.

Issue 18 Karen Moxom

Issue 18 - Winter 2009/10

Features Karen Moxom talking about ANLP's double award triumph at the Hertfordshire Business Awards!

Also includes the Dolphin Approach to Achievement; Julie Silverthorn Training Trances; NLP 4 Kids; the Language of Symptoms; Creating Positive Choices in Desperate Circumstances.

Issue 17 Lightning Process

Issue 17 - Autumn 2009

Features the Lightning Process

Interview with Wyatt Woodsmall talking about Modelling; Vand North shares Mind Chi; Learn more about the Five Minute Life Coach; How to Boost your Career; HeroPath for Teenagers.

Issue 16 Barefoot Doctor

Issue 16 - Summer 2009

Featuring The Barefoot Doctor.

Topher Morrison talks about NLP Going mainstream; Can you have Integrity, Money and NLP?; Rosie O`Hara talks about her experience with breast cancer; New Code NLP.

Issue 15 Isabel Losada

Issue 15 - Spring 2009

This issue features Isobel Losada.

Marianne Williamson talking about how she is continuing to Shine a Light; 7 Practices of Transformational NLP; Stone Age NLP; Author interview with Wendy Sullivan and Judy Rees about Clean Language.

Issue 14 Giles Long

Issue 14 - Winter 2008/09

Featuring Giles Long talking about how he achieved his Olympic Gold Medal.

An interview with Stephen Gilligan; Cleaning up the F Word in Coaching; NLP and Pain Relief; Author interview with Nick Williams.

Issue 13 Lisa Butcher

Issue 13 - Autumn 2008

Features Lisa Butcher talking about her experience of Cognitive Hypnotherapy

Plus an interview with Robert Dilts; Resilience Under Pressure; NLP and Nutrition; The Butterfly Effect with Michael Carroll.

Issue 12 Anjum Arnand

Issue 12 - Summer 2008

This issue features Anjum Anand talking about Making Indian food look easy

Also an interview with Charles Faulkner; Constructive Goal Setting for Teenagers; Non Violent Communication qnd how to Create a Smoke-Free Zone.

Issue 11 Al Gosling

Issue 11 - Spring 2008

This issue features Al Gosling talking about his entrepreneurial success

An interview with John Demartini; Mind Mapping; Allergies and NLP, is it safe to risk it?; How to Pass Exams Easily with Michael Carroll.

Issue 10 Sue Stockdale

Issue 10 - Winter 2007/08

Featuring Sue Stockdale talking about her ventures to the North Pole

An interview with Dharma Gaynes; Thought Pattern Management with Robert Fletcher; New Year, New Start - reversing your resolutions; Agents of Change with Newham College exercising their NLP Skills.

Issue 9 Getrude Matshe

Issue 9 - Autumn 2007

This issue features Getrude Matshe talking about her visualisastion skills.

An interview with Michael Grinder; EFT working with cravings and addictions; Expanding the parameters of possibility using the NLP Presuppositions; Towards Can Do Education - Teaching with a skills focus.

 

08 Paul McKenna

Issue 8 - Summer 2007

Featuring Paul McKenna talking about NLP and TFT.

Also featured is an interview with Christina Hall Dr Susan Elton, a GP who uses NLP in her practice; The benefits of using NLP for Teacher Training and why talk to a guru, when you can whisper to a horse?

Issue 7 Paula Radcliffe

Issue 7 - Spring 2007

Featuring Paula Radcliffe, and her goal setting strategies.

The debate asks the question `Is the Secret really a Secret?`. Other Features include Ideas for all year round healthy eating; Sonia Saxton shares her tips for successful executive coaching; Linking NLP and Feng Shui and Creating Rapport with your Inner Soul.

Issue 6 Roger Black

Issue 6 - Winter 2006/07

Features Provocative Therapy creator, Frank Farrelly.

Roger Black, olympic medal winner, talks about motivation; Shelle Rose Charvet reports on changing behaviour; New Year`s resolutions and how to keep them; And discover how NLP is helping the NHS.

Issue 5 Tony Robbins

Issue 5 - Autumn 2006

Tony Robbins answers questions from Rapport readers, and we interview Steve Andreas.

There are also articles on using NLP with Autustic and special needs children; How the Muslim community is embracing Coaching and NLP and Developments within ANLP.

Issue 4 Jumoke Fashola

Issue 4 - Summer 2006

Featuring an interview with Michael Neill, author of `You Can Have What You Want`.

Other articles include Michael McGrath`s amazing trek to the North Pole; using NLP techniques to beat dyslexia; a visit to the Re-Vitalise Your Life transformation course; and an interesting case study featuring the use of hypnosis on a deaf student.

Issue 3 Rory Underwood

Issue 3 - Spring 2006

Featuring John Grinder, co-creator of NLP.

England rugby star, Rory Underwood, talks about his new role; discover how NLP techniques are being used in the primary school classroom; review hypnosis audio CDs; and how HBOS are successfully using NLP to promote success.

Issue 2 Kelly Holmes

Issue 2 - Winter 2005/06

Features an interview with co-creator of NLP, Richard Bandler.

Kelly Holmes talks about the mental attitude that won her 2 Olympic gold medals; read about the holistic approach to cancer care; investigate the Enneagram personality profile; and see the other side to coaching teenagers.

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