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Power of the Subconscious Mind seen through the Power of Emotions!

 

 

Power of the Subconscious Mind seen through the Power of Emotions!

 

This is working 100% of the time inside of our brains to create the world around us...

 

Believe it or not, but the Power of Thoughts are important, but for the REAL quantum physics magic to occur you need to put the power of emotions connected to that specific thought of focus to create the attraction into your life...

 

Your Subconscious Mind Power Techniques Programming Explained is essential in order to create the life that you want...

 

The Power of thoughts really influence our daily lives and Gregg Braden has plenty of examples how this is true...

 

Our Minds are the most powerful forces in this universe, but when we connect it with our hearts, the power is beyond measure...

 

 

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PhotoReading and New Pathways to the Inner Mind

PhotoReading and New Pathways to the Inner Mind | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it

From Learning Strategies

By Paul Scheele

Discovering New Pathways


PhotoReading presupposes the existence of direct visual pathways to the brain that are non-conscious. However, in 1985, when PhotoReading was first developed, little research was available that could explain how the brain produces the results experienced by PhotoReading graduates.


Graduates of the PhotoReading course report improvements in information processing including increased reading speed, comprehension, and recall or use of information.


Most interestingly, participants with closed head injuries, brain-lesion survivors of traumatic head injuries and strokes, extreme low-vision persons, and diagnosed dyslexics have also reported benefits after graduating successfully from the course.


Can Learning Occur Without Consciousness?

 


Much more on SPEEDREADING :D

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The 15 Biggest Body Language Blunders

The 15 Biggest Body Language Blunders | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


Until we get to know someone, our brain relies on snap judgements to try to categorize the person, predict what they will do, and anticipate how we should react.


You may have heard that you only have a few seconds to make a first impression, but the truth is, your brain has made up its mind (so to speak) about a person within milliseconds of meeting them.


One way we can “hack” this split-second judgement is to be aware of our body language, especially in important situations.


Whether you’re applying for a job, asking for a raise, or meeting with a new client, tweaking or just being mindful of our body language can influence the other person’s perception of us and the outcome of the situation...


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The Science of Happiness For FRReee

The Science of Happiness For FRReee | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


The first MOOC to teach positive psychology. Learn science-based principles and practices for a happy, meaningful life.

We all want to be happy, and there are countless ideas about what happiness is and how we can get some. But not many of those ideas are based on science. That’s where this course comes in.


“The Science of Happiness” is the first MOOC to teach the ground-breaking science of positive psychology, which explores the roots of a happy and meaningful life.


Students will engage with some of the most provocative and practical lessons from this science, discovering how cutting-edge research can be applied to their own lives.


Created by UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, the course will zero in on a fundamental finding from positive psychology: that happiness is inextricably linked to having strong social connections and contributing to something bigger than yourself—the greater good. Students will learn about the cross-disciplinary research supporting this view, spanning the fields of psychology, neuroscience, evolutionary biology, and beyond.


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'Accelerated' ⚛ NLP ♣?

'Accelerated' ⚛ NLP ♣? | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


'Fast Track' or 'Accelerated' NLP Practitioner Training - the emperor's new clothes?



An 'accelerated NLP course' - or a thorough experience of the core NLP attitude and techniques...


Since the early 80's the NLP Practitioner Certification Training programme involved 18-20 days and a minimum of 120 training hours of actual workshop participation.



120 hours is a tight squeeze!

The original 18-20 days or 120 hours has always been a tight squeeze. Ask any trainer who currently uses the original style full-length, full-syllabus Practitioner (such as Member Organisations of The Professional Guild of NLP) - they will tell you that it's a tough job getting all of the current syllabus into this time frame, that is if you wish people to have time to:


practise the skills..

 

ask lots of probing questions...


learn from one another's experiences...

  

discuss their experiences...


explore the practical applications of what they have just learned...


Learning to drive via lectures and tapes...



What do you want?

When considering an NLP Practitioner course it's a good idea to decide what you want to have at the end of the process...


Do you want lots of knowledge and a nice piece of paper to frame and hang on the wall afterwards? Or do you want lots of knowledge, a nice piece of paper and practical skills which you can apply, right away, in your everyday life.


Because if you want to have practical skill you need to learn actively through listening, discussing, doing, and reviewing. And this does take more time, requires smaller groups and cannot be delegated to unskilled staff.



Faster learning through hypnosis

Market forces and profit maximising



The 4 Steps to Highly Profitable NLP Trainings

Bright Idea # 1: "Let's have larger groups - pack more people in" 


Bright Idea #2: "Now, let's have larger groups - and run shorter courses"


Bright Idea #3: "Let's have larger groups, shorter trainings, and charge a big fee"


Bright Idea #4: "Let's have bigger groups, shorter trainings, charge a big fee - and use lots of covert hypnotic suggestions"



Happy-clappy enter-trainments 

What most of these enter-trainments have in common is the ability to provide a most entertaining experience with lots of humour, fun, audio-visual props and group bonding.


They are great fun - designed to be such - and many feel exhilarated afterwards. 


They also have other features in common which the critical and independent thinker may find less attractive:


They cannot provide participants with as much time for practical hands-on learning and feedback/coaching from the trainer as the full-length programmes.

  

Nor can they provide sufficient time or opportunity to allow participants to critically question and discuss the material with the trainer.


Nor can they provide sufficient time between sections of the training for participants to 'wire-in' their skills through applying them in their everyday lives.

  

Nor can they provide sufficient time to thoroughly and experientially cover all of the syllabus in the original 120 hour programme.

     

Many such trainings actively discourage disagreement or critical discussion of the material. Learning through discussion takes up too much time so it is often replaced by an attitude: Leave it to us - we are the experts and we know best - you'll appreciate the benefits of our approach after the training. 



Remember the Emperors New Clothes? And, finally, are they offering value for money? This article is neither objective nor 'true'!



Only you can decide

Nevertheless these are still just our opinions. Only you can decide which is the most appropriate style and length of NLP training for you. And, of course, we respect your ability to choose what is best for you.



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The Professional Guild of NLP

http://www.professionalguildofnlp.com/



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Inspiring Leadership Video: Lead Simply™


Lead Simply

Wonderful for opening or closing your meeting or event, the Lead [simply]™ video can stand on its own as an inspiring introduction to a meaningful discussion or add value to any other theme or topics you might be addressing.

Written, directed, and narrated by Sam Parker (author of Lead Simply) this video is a thoughtful, high-resolution production that runs about 3 minutes.


It includes a Leader's Guide with Sam's notes on how to introduce the video to a group.


If you deepen the experience with the Lead Simply Video Discussion Package, you'll get an expanded and detailed Leader's Guide that can help you introduce and discuss the material in a much bigger way...



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Glad you like it Richard. Please, accept my sincere greeting.
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My pleasure Mhd. Shadi , sincerely greetings. Have a great day and week
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Big fat kiss for you both and Happy Easter!
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Contemplate and Move On

Contemplate and Move On | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


"The only good luck many great men ever had was being  born with the ability and determination to overcome  bad luck."

                                                                      __Channing Pollock



“Free your expectation of the future from the grip of past failure.”

                                                                     __John Seymour



"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new."
                                                                     __Albert Einstein

 


"The person who gets the farthest is generally the one who is willing to do and dare. The sure-thing boat never gets far from shore."
                                                                    __Dale Carnegie


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How to Negotiate so Everyone Wins, Especially You! Must Watch


CISCDR Fifth Anniversary Distinguished Visitor Lecture presented by the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Conflict and Dispute Resolution
Case Western Reserve University School of LawSpeaker:
Ronald M. Shapiro
Shapiro Negotiations Institute

Summary:
Negotiations expert, attorney, sports agent, and award-winning author Ron Shapiro will share the key principles of effective negotiations — for getting what you want while building stronger relationships.


His method includes focusing on client needs through listening and the 3P's: Prepare-Probe-Propose, and is the subject of his book, The Power of Nice: How to Negotiate So Everyone Wins -- Especially You!.



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ᵜFindingᵜTrueᵜMagic Ṍ Transpersonal Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy / ☯ ṊḸῬ ❃

ᵜFindingᵜTrueᵜMagic Ṍ Transpersonal Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy / ☯ ṊḸῬ ❃ | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


Used by students and teachers internationally as a holistic approach to Mind/Body healing,


Finding True Magic weaves together new and unique perspectives on depth hypnosis, regression therapy, past life therapy, inner child healing, subpersonality work, archetypal transformation, NLP, Ericksonian hypnosis, Buddhist meditation and prayer techniques, ?de-hypnosis?, and more.


A new presentation expanding the art and discipline of hypnotherapy, making rapid healing possible -- mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.



Realize Your Full Potential with:
Transpersonal Hypnotherapy / NLP


“Banish Fear and Self-Doubt. Master the Creative Power that is eager to serve you at every moment. Find the True Magic of your own Being.”

 


"There is no book that covers the topics of both Neuro Linguistic Programming or Hypnotherapy which comes near the thoroughness as well as the quality of this one.


If Transpersonal Hypnotherapy is your specific interest, then this (I believe) will be the most helpful book you've ever read (and re-read!). The content is by no means limited to Transpersonal Hypnotherapy/NLP though.


It brings forth great insight, based on Jack Elias's three decades of experience and study, on both Hypnosis and NLP....more"



About Jack Elias:
Jack Elias developed Transpersonal Hypnotherapy / NLP trainings and Lucid Heart© Therapy to help you free the power of your true mind.
http://bit.ly/1m8CNWO


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4 Rapport Building Hacks: A Cheat Sheet for Quickly Building Rapport With Anyone

4 Rapport Building Hacks: A Cheat Sheet for Quickly Building Rapport With Anyone | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


How do you go about building rapport?

Here's a Cheat Sheet for quickly building rapport with anyone that you come in contact with in business and in life.


> Match Physical Alignment...> Match Posture...> Match Voice...> Match Body Movements...> Match Emotions...


Take these rapport-building hacks and start using them to your advantage.


You never know which relationship will be the one that takes your life to next level.


Don’t let the opportunity pass you by simply because you couldn’t build and maintain rapport...



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4 Simple Methods To Build Rapport


A clip on building trust and rapport from an OnDemand Coach workshop.


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The NLP View Podcasts: Control Alcohol With NLP and TFT

The NLP View Podcasts: Control Alcohol With NLP and TFT | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


Most people wonder at some point if their relationship with alcohol is a positive one and feel guilty that  'just the one' more often turns into'  just the seven'.


There's nothing wrong with wanting to enjoy yourself, but if you do worry about drinking too much, help is at hand.


Tune in to this segment of The NLP View Radio Show, as host, Donna Blinston is joined by author, Kevin Laye to discuss his best-selling book, Positive Drinking, Control the Alcohol Before it Controls You ...


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▶ NLP Anchors For Powerful And Covert Persuasion

 

Spatial anchors are incredibly powerful to use in any conversation to increase your persuasion.

 

Try them and watch your influence grow.

 

Great for sales, seduction, any kind of social situation.

 

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New Code NLP Game - Part 2

 

Daryll works with two subjects testing a new code NLP game to induce a high performance state.

 

Part Two is with a naive subject.

 

 

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Dealing with the Anger Habit

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Back in the 1700's there was a British physician called John Hunter. He had a very bad temper and, not surprisingly, suffered from angina pectoris.


He used to say: "My life is at the mercy of any scoundrel who chooses to put me in a passion". This was prophetic.


At a meeting of the board of St. Georges Hospital he became involved in a heated argument, walked out, and dropped dead...



What anger does to us...What is anger?...


Right... or Happy?...How does it occur?...



What to do about anger?

(1) Keep it in - or let it out?...

(2) Dissolving anger...

(3) A trigger a week...



It's not all 'bad'

Do remember that not all anger is unhealthy.


Sometimes anger is quite appropriate - it can be our final defence against allowing other people to manipulate or dominate us.


And it can motivate us to take action against injustice. Anger is healthy when it is not on-going but is usefully channelled into appropriate action.



Relevant in many ways:

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» How to Deal with a Cantankerous Grump

» How to Deal with a Cantankerous Grump | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


Dealing day in and day out with a cantankerous grump?

You’re not going to heal him from the outside in, but there are some simple, counter-intuitive things you can do to manage the situation and even inspire change.


Here are three ideas you may have never considered.

1. Your mindset is the most important thing.

Most people, women in particular, are intimidated by a cantankerous grump.


Don’t be intimidated unless he is known to be violent (in that case, we are dealing with a violent individual, not a mere grump – totally different scenario which we are not discussing in this post).


Others’ grumpiness is physically harmless to you.


You don’t have to be afraid. You don’t have to run from the grumpiness.


You can stare it in the face and speak up. This is the attitude to have!



2. Preempt the grumpiness.

When you have something to say that Mr. Grumpy won’t like to hear, say it like this:

I have something to tell you and I know that you are going to get grumpy….


When you suggest that he will be grumpy, he is likely to resist your suggestion and NOT get grumpy.


Preempting the grumpiness is a great little trick that often works, although grumps catch onto it after a while.


It can be a temporary fix or something to use every once in a while.


3. Apologize to the grump...

Mr. Grumpy, I owe you an apology. Over all this time I have given you the wrong idea about who I am and what goes on inside me.


I have led you to believe that I can live with your grumpiness because I tolerate it...



Putting up with a grump feeds your own attachments to rejection and deprivation of your needs.


This may be very familiar to you, but is not necessary. Is it time to let go?



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Conflict Resolution


Watch this video to understand how the Conflict Resolution Model works.


Consider that conflict at all levels is the manifestation of poor leadership and by definition, Conflict Resolution is the leader's responsibility.



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You have to resolve conflict to get  the best out of people, where conflict is defined as difference of opinion.  Key skill!

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▶ Anthony Robbins — Unlimited Power NLP {audiobook}


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▶ SUPER DUPER: ↪◉The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change By Stephen R. Covey


NOTE: The video has been removed. Here is a new URL:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OG49AayVMc4



Stephen Covey's Seven Habits of Highly Effective People®


Habit 1 Be proactive (♥♥,)

This is the ability to control one's environment, rather than have it control you, as is so often the case. Self determination, choice, and the power to decide response to stimulus, conditions and circumstances...



Habit 2  Begin with the end in mind (♥♥,)

Covey calls this the habit of personal leadership - leading oneself that is, towards what you consider your aims.


By developing the habit of concentrating on relevant activities you will build a platform to avoid distractions and become more productive and successful...



Habit 3  Put first things first (♥♥,)

Covey calls this the habit of personal management. This is about organising and implementing activities in line with the aims established in habit 2.


Covey says that habit 2 is the first, or mental creation; habit 3 is the second, or physical creation...



Habit 4  Think win-win (♥♥,)

Covey calls this the habit of interpersonal leadership, necessary because achievements are largely dependent on co-operative efforts with others. He says that win-win is based on the assumption that there is plenty for everyone, and that success follows a co-operative approach more naturally than the confrontation of win-or-lose...



Habit 5  Seek first to understand and then to be understood (♥♥,)

One of the great maxims of the modern age. This is Covey's habit of communication, and it's extremely powerful.


Covey helps to explain this in his simple analogy 'diagnose before you prescribe'. Simple and effective, and essential for developing and maintaining positive relationships in all aspects of life...



Habit 6  Synergize (♥♥,)

Covey says this is the habit of creative co-operation - the principle that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, which implicitly lays down the challenge to see the good and potential in the other person's contribution...



Habit 7  Sharpen the saw (♥♥,)

This is the habit of self renewal, says Covey, and it necessarily surrounds all the other habits, enabling and encouraging them to happen and grow.


Covey interprets the self into four parts: the spiritual, mental, physical and the social/emotional, which all need feeding and developing...

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▶ NLP Language Patterns Use Your Vocal Power to Create Credibility


Would you like to build credibility faster with people?


Project confidence with your voice. Using NLP techniques for persuasion and rapport building you will have more sales now and in the future.


Michael Bernoff can teach you how to use your vocal power.


Learn more persuasion skills with a free video and guide.



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Differences between NLP's Classic Code and New Code by NLP co-founder Dr John Grinder

 

An interview with John Grinder October '08.

 

John discusses the difference between NLP's Classic Code, and New Code.

 

 

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▶ 20 Things You Need to Know About How To Build Instant Rapport


Learn 20 quick ways to improve how you negotiate, influence and persuade people and how you build better working relationships -- every time.

Why is it that we feel instantly comfortable with some people but with others it can seem to take a bit longer? Research shows that negotiations are most successful when people are in rapport, so how can you quickly build rapport and relationships?

Watch this short animated video, brought to you from Stellar Learning and thinkingvisually, to find out 20 simple ways to build rapport whether you're in management, sales, customer service or just want to relate to other people better.

To find out more about enhancing your communication skills visit www.stellarlearning.co.uk

To find out more about how you can learn to draw simple graphics to enhance your work visit www.thinkingvisually.com

And do let us know what you think

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In Passing: Dear Gracie: 7 Simple Ways to Build Rapport With Journalists

In Passing: Dear Gracie: 7 Simple Ways to Build Rapport With Journalists | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


Seven ProfNet experts share their experience:


1. Pitch Relevant Information...


2. Just Get to the Point Already!...


3. Be Efficient and Timely...


4. Help Reporters Tell the Story...


5. Meet in Person, Don’t Be Pushy...


6. Be Thoughtful of the Reporter’s Needs...


7. Do Not Annoy!...



Final Thoughts

“The media is actually very easy to work with and understand,” says Collins. “If you respect reporters’ deadlines, and if you are cognizant of what they really want and give it to them, they’ll be back asking you for interviews and experts and information in the future.”


“Target appropriately and zero in on the one thing you can offer that no one else can — then make sure you deliver it on time and in full,” stresses Bennett.


“Pitches have one function: to make a reporter’s life easier.


If you’re not doing that, you’re not doing your job. Give them what they want: be quick, succinct and reliable,” says Weiner.



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WOW!! Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies (Audible Audio Edition) on AMAZON for 2.77 Sterling Pounds ONLY!!!♥(ˆ⌣ˆԅ)

WOW!! Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies (Audible Audio Edition) on AMAZON for 2.77 Sterling Pounds ONLY!!!♥(ˆ⌣ˆԅ) | The Ethos of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming | Scoop.it


Amazon.com: Neuro-Linguistic Programming For Dummies Audiobook (Audible Audio Edition): Kate Burton, Romilla Ready, Gareth Armstrong: Books!!


(っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ Synopsis:

Learn how to apply NLP to fine–tune life skills, build rapport, enhance communication, and become more persuasive...


One of the most exciting psychological techniques in use today, neuro–linguistic programming helps you model yourself on those–or, more accurately, the thought processes of those–who are stellar in their fields.


Rooted in behavioral psychology of the 1970s, the concepts of NLP are now common to such diverse areas as business, education, sports, health, music and the performing arts–and have been instrumental in helping people change and improve their professional and personal lives.


In this handy, informative guide, you will acquire a basic toolkit of NLP techniques, with advice on the NLP approach to goal–setting, as well as insights on how you think, form mental strategies, manage emotional states, and, finally, understand the world.


With new content on new code NLP, symbolic modeling, clean language in the workplace and energetic NLP–techniques developed after the first edition Includes updated information throughout and two new chapters:


Dipping into Modeling and Making Change Easier Not simply a guide to reprogramming your negative or habitual thoughts, this practical, down–to–earth introduction to NLP is the first step to fulfilling personal and professional ambitions and achieving excellence in every sphere of your life.



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▶ Alter your perspective >> Fun mind game

 

When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change.

 

With this mind game, find new ways to look at your problems with a new perspective. Use NLP and new solutions will appear like magic!

This fun interactive exercise will help you see just how easy it is to change your perspective and find happiness!

 

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NLP Webinar: Overcoming Procrastination Once and For All

 

Deep down, you know the truth.

 

You know what you should be doing.

 

It’s not that you don’t have enough time or that you’re too busy.

 

There’s no true obstacle… except yourself..

 

Lead by NLP Master Trainer Heidi Heron with guest Peter Shallard, The Shrink for Entrepreneurs, you will learn some skills and tools to finally get you moving once and for all!


Join this webinar, live, and you'll get to:

>> Learn the difference between good procrastination and the bad kind (plus how to identify it in the moment!)...


>> How to instantly snap yourself out of time-wasting distractions...


>> How to prevent overwhelm, while still getting everything you need to done...


>> The simple weekly ritual that Peter has used to help HUNDREDS double their productivity...

 

 

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▶ The first 20 hours -- how to learn anything: Josh Kaufman

 

Josh Kaufman is the author of the #1 international bestseller, 'The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business', as well as the upcoming book 'The First 20 Hours: Mastering the Toughest Part of Learning Anything.'

 

Josh specializes in teaching people from all walks of life how to master practical knowledge and skills.

 

In his talk, he shares how having his first child inspired him to approach learning in a whole new way.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.

 

At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group.

 

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