Bookings are now being taken for the Introduction to NLP for Self Esteem and Performance course commencing on Feb 7 and the new Advanced NLP for Self Esteem and Performance course commencing on Feb 8 in Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT ).
Both courses are targeted at individuals who are seeking to adapt to life’s challenges and understand how they function emotionally, spiritually and mentally. Participants will learn and practice the most effective NLP skills and techniques to help with life’s challenges and everyday difficulties, while building self esteem and improving performance.
All learning, behaviour and change is unconscious and these courses are designed to educate people in self-awareness, effective communication and to change their patterns of mental and emotional behaviour at the unconscious level.
Changing how one thinks can transform what one thinks, and ultimately change unwanted habits and negative emotions. Learning NLP can help people cope with stressful situations, negative thinking and improve self esteem.
When you begin to develop greater self awareness and understanding, you can build and maintain greater self esteem and your life will change for the better,’ stated Evelyn Cormican, course lecturer. “A person’s success in any undertaking will never be greater than the image they have of themselves therefore one can never out perform their self image. The self image can be compared to the central heating in your home, once the dial is set at a certain temperature and the room reaches that temperature, the thermostat cuts out, it’s the same with our self image.
“Expecting to get better results in life without improving your self image is as impossible as expecting the temperature in the room to increase without changing the dial. Science and psychology have isolated the one prime cause for success and failure in life, it is the hidden self-image that you have of yourself. Your self image can sabotage any efforts to improve your results therefore if you want to improve your results the first thing you need to work on is your self image”
The Lifelong Learning Centre has experienced a significant increase in demand for personal development courses in recent years and the techniques of Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP ) has been offered from 2009.
Due to the popularity and feedback from the introduction course, an Advanced course has been designed by the course lecturer Evelyn Cormican, as a follow on from the introduction course and is being offered for the first time next month to individuals who have previously taken the introduction course.
See the full range of GMIT night classes starting in April on www.gmit.ie/lifelong-learning All courses start the week commencing Feb 7th. Enrolment is now open.
For further information contact Lifelong Learning Centre, GMIT, Dublin Road, Galway, Telephone
091-742145 or e-mail [email protected]