In this, our fourth Clean Learning podcast, I interview Katie Raver, a Community Consultant from Austin Texas. She uses a website called Meetup to help people to build different kinds of communities in Austin and other places in the USA. During the podcast, Katie talks about how she got started with Meetup and the thriving NLP community she has helped build. This has led to an interest in Clean Language and earlier this year she organised for Penny Tompkins and James Lawley to run a 'Symbolic Modelling Lite' training there.
In this, our 3rd edition of the Clean Ambassadors podcast, I interview Nancy Doyle, a chartered psychologist who has just launched a new service for people with dyslexia. Called 'Genius Within' it offers a range of services, from a free web-based test that lets you see whether you have dyslexic tendencies, up to a full assessment process with coaching to help you work out what works for you in the workplace. On the Genius Within website, there are also training videos, forums and other tools, and during the podcast Nancy explains how Clean Language has informed her work and how she utilises it in the videos and in the coaching.
In this 2nd edition of the Clean Learning Pocast, I'm joined by NLP Trainer, Coach, Certified Clean Facilitator and Intuition expert, Bev Martin. Bev lives and works in Portland, Oregon, USA and four years ago she asked if I would run a Clean Language training there. I took up the challenge and have been back every year since. In the first part of the show we cover a wide range of topics, including: how Bev and her friend got started by reading "Metaphors in MInd"; how she has since…
In this first episode of the Clean Learning Podcast, listen to an interview with laughter coach, Lisa Sturge. She describes what attracted her to Clean Language and how she uses it in her coaching, her business and with her family. And in the second half of the show, I ask Lisa some clean questions about her laughter.
Lisa helps people to laugh and works with schools and organisations as well as individuals to help them create more laughter every day. She describes it as 'a joyous way…
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