Queen Draupadi is well-known in eastern history as a beautiful brave and passionate contributor to the realm. History is witness to times in her life when things have been tough and needed to handled well. She consistently remained the strong voice for progressive thinking.

As a fascinated contemplator of history I often reflect back, gaining inspiration at the boldness of change makers. I love to read and find out about how they did what they did and more importantly why.

Change – in any sense of the word is a pondering subject.

Some relish in the tummy fluttering unknowns, some have deep sighs, roll their eyes and slump back into the chair, wishing the need would go away. Others know the unknown, have clarity on what needs to be done and take a firm step forward.

Wherever you set up your camp, one thing is for sure – we all have to pick a camp.

I think we would fall into the traditional bell-shaped curve distribution. Most of us are in the middle. The two other groups either side: loving it and managing it cool as a cucumber or quicksand trekking through.

What determines which camp we pick? What determines when we pick one camp one time but another say tomorrow? What makes determined change makers be such good change makers. This is a lovely question to explore?

As a Master Practitioner of Neurolinguistics Programming ( NLP) one area I find answers in is meta programmes. Like mini computer programmes that we as individuals learn, store and re-run, these can be unknown to us or to the wider world as they are deep within the components of our core. The good news is that they can be identified, explored and tweaked to get the results we want in life. It is with pleasure that I help people to apply these types of learnings in any area of life where there is a desire for change to achieve something different.

As an NLP Coach I love working with people to help them get the clarity boldness and passion.

by Rakhee Shah, NLP Coach

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