Solar Voice

Episode 17: How to take a significant initial success and multiply it? How do you make whatever you did to get success so innate that you do more of what works for you, naturally and easily?

This episode of Solar Voice is a continuation of the previous episode titled Significance of FIRST Success. And in this episode, I share how to accelerate once you get your initial success.

 

 

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Episode 16: Are you AWARE of what you have REALLY achieved when you get your FIRST success? Initial success, when measured at the surface value, can be very demotivating especially when it comes after much effort. We have seen a lot of people give up just when things are shaping up. It is like what the Chinese billionaire Jack Ma once said: “Today is difficult, tomorrow is more difficult, but the day after tomorrow is beautiful, but most die tomorrow evening”

In this episode of Solar Voice, I have addressed what is the significance of your initial success. And why it is so important for you to recognise it.

 

 

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Living Root Bridge

 

Episode 14: How do you ensure you don’t add fuel to the fire? Most people in a challenging or disastrous situation tend to cause more damage to that situation. In this episode of Solar Voice, you discover how to avoid that trap, as well as a simple method that may turn the challenge into an advantage.

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PS: Image Courtesy to Wikipedia. It depicts the living root bridges of Cherrapunji. They are naturally self-renewing and self-strengthening as the component roots grow thicker.

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Episode 9: How we have been using NLP to help people with allergies? What is the underlying principle that makes such powerful changes possible?

Caution: This is not medical advice, neither am I a medical practitioner. I am only sharing information of what has happened with the people I have come in contact with so far who chose to explore this journey with me.

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Episode 7: How to coach yourself using NLP? And the advantages of targeted and measurable changes that can be produced using NLP is discussed here. Also, how such tools can extend the scope of change work and move into domains of leadership, business growth, relationship building, accelerated learning, and so on.

Behind the scene:

1. This was recorded during the Delhi ‘uP! with NLP’ batch. When Harini was training, I stepped outside into the pathway between the hall and the room to quickly record the content.

2. I was experimenting with the Mic Gain set on high. The condenser mics ended up picking up the sounds from someone cleaning the floor from far away. Hopefully, the content is interesting enough for that mob noise to not be a concern.

3. The editing was done when I got to take a quick break when juggling between the the Mumbai ‘uP! with NLP’ program and the CSR drive of working one on one with 300 school children.

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Episode 5: This podcast is an interesting one for me. It was late in the night. We had just completed something of great interest in office. Ashish and I were heading back home. And as we were approaching the place where we live, Ashish came up with the idea of an interview. So, the recording of this podcast happened in the car, and the questions came as a surprise to me. Nevertheless, we both like what has come out of it.

The podcast mentions some of the challenges in the field of NLP — what is going on with the School of Excellence and its line of businesses like uPwithNLP and NLP Bliss.

PS:

1. I did an effort estimate for creating a podcast based on the experience I gathered from the test episodes last week. And I have decided that I am willing to attempt two podcasts a week consistently.

2. I am in the ‘uP! with NLP’ program Delhi this week and I have ‘uP! with NLP’ Mumbai next week. So, I may not be podcasting as much.

3. This is a video on School of Excellence, which we recorded about a year ago. Goes along with the podcast of this blog.

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Episode 3: ‘Does NLP work?’ This is my answer to the question.
I also explain how the focus of what could be possible must be based on the practitioner and not on the ‘name’ NLP itself.

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Episode 1: What is the difference between ‘the subconscious’ and ‘the unconscious’ and, more importantly, the shift in the thinking process that got the founders of NLP to term the word ‘unconscious processes’? Why it is important to know this distinction and how it can be useful for you?

 

Recording Quality:

I am gearing up for a series of podcasts and this recording was taken as an ad hoc test of the studio. The cold that I had during the trial record shows in my voice. However, some of the listeners considered the content valuable, so I have decided to put this up here with a rough edit as a precursor to  the upcoming audio series. You may require earphones as the volume is not very loud.

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