Image: Gina Mollicone-Long and the process of change and growth
Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge, Managing Director, is a podcast that aims to inspire growth and change the lives of its listeners. His new podcast season: Debunking your growth mindset, will hear great stories from inspirational figureheads and also phycologists, and experts on how to improve on ones mindset status quo.
Shaun McCambridge is the Managing Director of Stellar Recruitment, a devoted husband and father to four spritely children.
Neuro Linguistic Programming: “The study and process of SUCCESS”
Presidents, entrepreneurs, athletes, actors and many others have used (Neuro Linguistics Programming) to propel themselves towards their goals and also stop the process of self-sabotage and in doing so unlocking their potential. In the show Shaun defines with GinaGina Mollicone-Long (NLP guru, motivational speaker and world renowned author) and explores how NLP helps people change their thoughts, behaviours and habits in their quest to achieve their desired outcomes and to get out of their own way.
During the show we cover
- The impact of the language you use
- Dealing with anxiety
- The “process” of change
- Brain hacks to get your mind working for you
- Habits and patterns of behaviour
- The deference between the goal getter (conscious mind) and goal getter (unconscious mind)
The power of choice, and the process of creating positive change and new habits:
"You always have a choice, every choice you’ve ever made in your entire life has put you in the chair your sitting in right now. So why would that be different from anything else in your life? The question is whether you’re going to remain powerful and add cause for the choices you make in your life or you’re going to give up that power by assigning the reasons why you don’t have what you want to some outside forces or some outside person. You always have a choice in how you’re going to behave, and if you fall down you have a choice whether you’re going to stay down or whether you’re going to give up, but those are your choices."
On holding yourself back and limiting behaviours:
If the pain of the problem exceeds the gain of the problem, then they will solve that problem immediately, it will become the number one priority in their life. If it’s not the number one priority in their life, then what that tells me is there is some kind of gain that still exceeding the pain even if the pain is very very bad. “How is that working for you?” Is a question I use to help people get present with that pain. As soon as this is realised, the motivation to change usually goes through the roof.
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