Archive for the ‘Web sites’ Category
OK, so it isn’t NLP-related, but I know there are those of us who run trainings and who manage practice groups and such, and there are times when it’s useful to have professional-looking name tags for the folks in the room. So I’d like to draw your attention to FreeNameTags.net. They have more than 60 ready-to-use printable name tags that you can download and print for free. (They take Avery 5395 or compatible adhesive labels, or plain paper.)
Incidentally, the folks who run that site have lots of other free printable stuff for your business, too.
Are you always on the lookout for relaxing sounds to play in the background of your hypnosis sessions?
A recent Lifehacker.com post points (or, rather-re-points, as it had covered them before) to a very simple and very cool Web app that generates a wide variety of relaxing sounds and lets you mix them to your personal taste. Choose from drums, flutes, or “vibes”, add up to four choices of sound (birdsong, ocean waves, crickets, etc.), set the volume for each, and let it play.
Go check out Sound Sleeping. (Requires Flash.)
By the way, you can also download MP3 tracks of pre-mixed relaxation for a nominal price.
I’m loaded. It’s official. I’m the 68,695,653 richest person on earth!
Jay Budzynski recently started a blog:
The purpose of this blog is to introduce some of the component elements, from the works of Milton Erickson, and to expand and to create an platform, that demonstrates how to use conversational hypnosis, in any day-to-day usage, be that in the form of communicating with friends and family or peers, and in a cross-section of contexts, you will be provided with step-by-step instructions and directions in how to practice, and use the skills, in away that becomes an automatic integral part of your communication skill sets.
If you will read this post on Steve Andreas’ blog, you’ll find that NLP Comprehensive’s store is offering 20%-50% off select items for the holidays.
Go check out Introducing and Mastering NLP for yourself.
Facial expression, that is.
ARTNATOMY/ARTNATOMIA is a Flash interactive english/spanish tool. It is intended to facilitate the teaching and learning of the anatomical and biomechanical foundation of facial expression morphology.
I’ve been playing with it; it’s fascinating and fun.
This time, though, it’s a Web-based discussion forum. I’ve browsed it a bit and will join after I’ve “lurked” for a time. (That’s one of my rules for myself.) It looks like a lot of fun.
Go check out Andrew T. Austin’s NLP Forum.
FYI, I’ve cleaned up my blogroll a bit and added a couple of excellent blogs (in addition to Doug O’Brien’s recently-mentioned blog).
One is a productivity/lifehackish blog called Dumb Little Man. Here are three recent articles I enjoyed:
- 7 How-to-be-happy Lessons That Kids Can Teach Us
- 5 Steps to Planning an Effective Presentation
- 5 Simple Steps to Make Feeling Like Crap Benefit You
The other is hypnotist John Morgan’s blog, Grasshopper Notes. Three recent articles from him:
I trust you’ll enjoy them as I did.