Personal Change Process

Tale of the Day: Dissolving the everyday sense of the ego “I’ve been at this hypnosis conference for 3 days now, going in and out of trances, and that simple thing you said just put me into the deepest trance yet.” ~ Participant at Mark’s workshop at the...

Tale of the Day: Sometimes all that’s needed is the right kind of listening Last month I taught the Meta Model in the Real World NLP Practitioner Training in Winter Park, CO. For those of you unfamiliar with the Meta Model, in a nutshell the Meta Model...

Tale of the Day: Core Transformation I recently met over Skype with a young woman living in Italy. Danielle told me, “I want to become more confident with myself and be more courageous in following my goals, and I want to get free from this blocking sensation...

Tale of the Day: Eliminating Performance Anxiety “I finished the audition and only when I walked out did I realize: I had no teeth chattering, no sweating, no shaking at all! It was just so crazy. I didn’t expect it at all!” Let’s rewind back to when I first...

I’m finishing up writing an Amazon E-book about the two years I spent working as a trip leader for a wilderness therapy program for at risk youth. The E-book is composed of practical principles I learned or discovered in my time in the field with these teens,...

Tale of the day: Being raised by NLPeople Over the years, many people have asked me, “What was it like growing up with your parents using NLP on you all the time?” To which I like to respond, smiling, “How would you feel if your parents NLpeed on you your...

The above video is just a very small sample of the full Metaphors of Movement process. Tale of the day: Awakening through Metaphor Last September I gave an interactive presentation for the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners' International Hypnotherapy Conference. I presented Andrew T. Austin's Metaphors of Movement process, exploring group metaphors and...

Tale of the Day: Fun Last week I was re-reading one of my favorite nonfiction books, “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman.” Feynman was a young professor at Cornell, feeling somewhat “burned out” by teaching introductory physics classes. One day he was in the cafeteria when a...

Tale of the Day: I recently presented a fascinating and very unique new way of working with metaphor at the American Council for Hypnotist Examiners (ACHE) Conference in Pasadena, CA. I received a lot of positive feedback on the presentation, and had a great time exploring...