Are you an avid apologiser? Do people tell you to stop apologising? Do you say sorry even when the situation doesn’t warrant it? Perhaps you say sorry just to avoid upsetting others and want to avoid conflict? Do you feel like sometimes you feel like apologising for just being you? Perhaps this video can help?
There can be all sorts of reasons why someone overly apologises – lack of confidence, low self-esteem, a lack of self worth or a host of other things.
The good news is that if we can find the root of the issue, with NLP training we can probably help you.
In the meantime, check out this video for some top NLP language tips to start to re-frame in your mind what you want to say so that you can show gratitude towards the person you want to recognise by saying ‘thank you’ instead or’ sorry’! It’s a total game changer!
Let me show you how in this short 8 minutes video!
Download the free PDF guide that supports this video here:
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Video created by Laura Evans – Award-winning NLP Trainer, self-improvement & NLP Expert helping Coaches and Professionals to unleash their potential in business and life with high-quality NLP Training, learn more about Laura and her training at the Unleash Your Potential website.
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