What can make you feel really good?
Maybe the smell of freshly baked bread?
Or the sound of your mother’s voice?
Perhaps the sight of old friends?
Sometimes things happen that trigger us into feeling good – or even great. Yet sometimes things happen that “make us” feel bad. While it is great for us to take responsibility for how we feel it still affects us in our everyday life, doesn’t it?
While those things that happen to us (those sights, sounds and feelings – we call them “anchors” in NLP) might continue to impact us, you can learn how that happens, and to use that process to your advantage.
Join us for an evening with Master Practitioner of NLP Mikko Lehtinen, and explore how anchors are a natural way for our brains to work. Then you might be able to setup your anchors so you are triggered into feeling good more and more often, and maybe to experiment with collapsing some old anchors that have been getting in your way
Anchoring with Mikko Lehtinen
Friday, 4 May, from 7pm in Central Shanghai
Space is limited so please register below:
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There is a charge of 100RMB to cover the venue.
- Finn who has lived all over and now in Shanghai for 4 years
- Got sucked into the science and art of communication since an early age. Master Practitioner of NLP, and mainly using those and other experiences in personal development and business life of managing people and projects.
- INTP and yet act like an ENTP in public: Extroverts have more fun in life!
- My aim to bring value by sharing and hopefully spark some added insights for myself as well.