NLP Training Lessons from Bruce Lee

10 Responses to “NLP Training Lessons from Bruce Lee”

  1. Lesley says:

    Hi Tris, Love the reminder about the power of simple action and your 7-steps… motivational rocket fuel!!!

  2. Tristan says:

    Which one is the most motivational rocket fuel for you Lesley… which one is going to be the difference that makes a difference for you this week 😉

  3. This is an excellent post..thanks for giving me a nudge Tristan. I enjoy your openness, which says to me that no matter how much we know we can all get stuck from time to time. The important thing is to get back in the flow and using just one of your ideas will help anyone do that.

  4. Tristan says:

    Thanks John… funny that isn’t it… we’re only ever one idea away from a breakthrough or getting back in the flow. The problem comes often when we have too many ideas. Simplicity on the side of complexity!

  5. Babita says:

    Very rue! over thinking leads to indecision which leads to procrastination n hence to paralysis… and actions creates clarity.
    Simplicity indeed is the key to brilliance.
    sometime we spend years together… to take major decisions which can keep us happy and peaceful.
    All these years i use to think freedom is in getting what i want but now i have experienced that real freedom is in letting go off… n in giving.
    Holding on too tight made me anxious n restless and after letting go off.. i feel the lightness in my body n thinking. the feeling is just so beautiful.

  6. Babita says:

    wonderful! its very true that actions leads to clarity n indecisions to paralysis.

  7. Ed says:

    Great post!

  8. anna harper says:

    Dear Tristan, you are so on the money. Since last talking with in Ibiza, I ,too, relocated back to the old home land UK
    and had my share of disorientation from my mostly, Canadian lifestlye. Now, I am back in Canada after spending a year traveling and learning and manifesting, along with the new dramas of manifesting a new life. I too had sense of overwhelm at times, regardless of my achievments, I sometimes have felt paralysed…if I was to offer one golden seed that helped me move on to more fulfillment and calm, it one thing. Do not worry too much which one thing out of the many you think you need to do. Just do one thing. Still stuck, do the smallest thing. Then tomorrow do one more thing, pretty soon you will be back on track, and into the universal flow. I also loved (of course) your comment re change your environment. Hugs to are a gem.

  9. Tristan says:

    Hey Anna… great to hear from you and thanks for your comments. And how right you are about doing just one small thing!! Simple hey… yet how often we over complicate things. I got this email today which touched me…

    It’s kind of strange, but first you have to know what you want, defined in terms of the end result. And then you have to physically move towards it, without defining the hows. At which point, the thing you want actually starts coming to you, on its own terms, from a direction completely unexpected.
    Not unlike a cat,
    The Universe

    From an NLP perspective the ‘next step’ is one of the key criteria of a well formed outcome…. so yes, just a small next step….
    Little by little…
    Rome wasn’t built in a day…
    How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time :)

    Thanks Anna… and you too are most certainly a gem. Have a lovely evening…
    Lots of love

  10. Claire Adams says:

    I am still working through Number 1.
    I am a slow learner.
    Or un-learner.

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