What happens inside you when someone wrongs you? Has someone ever done something so special for you that feel you owe him or her? Are you getting what is due you in life? What happens when you can’t do enough? …When you don’t measure up? Do you give more than you get?
These situations reflect “emotional debts:” a sense of owing or being owed in relationships or in life. Unresolved emotional debts can wreck your relationships, ruin your health, run your life, and cause endless suffering.
We are all subject to obligations in life. We are all granted certain entitlements. But what happens when our obligations become burdens and our entitlements become traps?
Relationship challenges often revolve around determining who owes what to whom.
Emotional debt is part of Parent-child relationships; Intimate relationships; Business partnerships; Recurrent conflicts in relationships; Break-up and separation; Loss and grief.
Isn’t it time you learned to reclaim your life from the shackles of emotional debt?
Description:Healing The Hurts of the Heart
The hurts of the heart are the individual and accumulated incidents in which we feel resentment, anger, disappointment, or guilt; all emotions, which have been demonstrated to be toxic when sustained over time. Healing the hurts of the heart is essential to our personal health and well-being.
Explore and Learn:
Date： 2nd – 3rd June, 2018 (2 days)
Time： 9.30am – 6.00 pm
Fee： RM5,000 (Inclusive Lunches and Tea Breaks)
Early bird： RM2,900 (Until 22nd February 2018)
Briefly about the Speaker
Nick LeForce has over 25 years experience of training in NLP programs, and teaching others how to be highly effective in every area of their life. His genuine expertise plus engaging training style have made him highly sought after by business organizations and NLP institutes throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. He is the author of several articles and books including, Introduction to Ericksonian Hypnotherapy (1988) and Healing the Hurts of the Heart: Breaking the Shackles of Emotional Debt (1998). He has also maintained a busy coaching practice for the last decade.
Nick holds a Masters degree in Rehabilitation Administration from the University of San Francisco McLaren School of Business and undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Social Welfare. Nick provides executive coaching services and management consultation to businesses as well as personal development services to individuals. He specializes in Value–Based Life Management Skills, helping individuals and businesses to identify governing values and use those values to create compelling goals, make effective decisions, manage time, overcome barriers to success, communicate persuasively, and achieve desired outcomes.
He has provided on-site consultation and training in Communication Skills, Customer Service Skills, Change Management, Conflict Resolution, Supervisory Skills, Time Management, and other topics. Nick has worked with both private and public sector clients, including AT&T, Blue Diamond Almond Growers, California Farm Bureau Federation, Citizens Utilities, Department of General Services, Department of Fish and Game, Holiday Inn, Sheraton Hotels, Sacramento County Public Works Agency, Standard Office Systems, State Teachers Retirement System, Water Resources Control Board, United Corporate Furnishings, Varsity Contractors, and others. He is listed as a Quality Consultant with the California Department of Personnel Administration, Office of Statewide Continuous Improvement.
Since 1983, he has studied extensively with leaders in the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Hypnotherapy. He is a nationally recognized trainer with Healing Arts Institute in Roseville, CA; NLP California in San Francisco, CA; and other institutes. He has served as faculty for the University of Phoenix teaching courses in business. He is known for his lively and humorous presentation style.
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