Making the Impossible Possible


Posted on October 21st, 2006

possible02Editorial Feature in Rapport Magazine, Summer 2006 (Issue 4) p38 – p40.

Making the Impossible Possible Life coach Kathryn White (see below) helped Michael McGrath, diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, to achieve one of his polar goals in reaching the North Pole.

possible01Extract – focusing on replacing a fear of failure: “One specific example of this (a key intervention) is the extreme cold; in dealing with sub-zero temperatures of between -25 to -45 degrees C, I had a number of resources that I triggered at an unconscious level in creating what I referred to as my all-embracing ready-brek glow! It worked … giving a massive burst of warmth around my whole body and particularly my legs, when I needed it! Once triggered, it was like a red surge of incredible energy and warmth, zillions of red blood cells pounding their way through my veins, my heart furiously beating … it was awesome and incredibly powerful. It was these powerful and very real resources that enabled me to achieve my goal, to make the impossible possible”, said Michael.

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About Rapport Magazine

Rapport is the quarterly magazine of ANLP International – it appeals to anyone interested in NLP, Coaching, Hypnotherapy and other areas of Personal Development.

About Kathryn White of The Golden Rubikon

One of the founders of The Golden Rubikon (one of MHF’s partners), Kathryn is a coach focused in making a difference with those whom she works with – the question has always been; “How do you develop the potential of an individual in a way that benefits both the individual and the team?”

The Golden Rubikon is a corporate and personal coaching partnership bringing revolutionary transformation through personal revelation and discovery.

www.goldenrubikon.com

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ANLP exist to promote what they believe in, which is the positive power of NLP and other ‘complementary education tools’, and provide a safe environment from which new and established practitioners alike can explore theories and techniques, communicate with other, like minded people and promote themselves through one collective website.

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