16 July, 2007 by Marian Way
When you're working with someone using Clean Language, how do you decide which aspect of their experience you will get them to pay attention to?
That was the question at the heart of last night's Practice Group meeting...
18 June, 2007 by Marian Way
Last night was the first meeting of the new Clean Language Practice Group for the Hampshire and West Sussex area.
Seven people attended and we spent the time asking each other Clean Language questions to determine what kind of group we want to be...
23 March, 2007 by Marian Way
Clean Language can be used in many different contexts and for different reasons. For example, you can use it simply to model different aspects of experience. I have always been very interested in how change happens, so decided to use Clean Language to model a change that my husband experienced....
17 February, 2007 by Marian Way
Musing about creativity and wondering what it might be, since it is not a thing, it occurred to me that there are aspects of the creative process that are similar to the process of change in general.
16 February, 2007 by Marian Way
On Radio 2 this morning, Alex Lester interviewed the Kaiser Chiefs (the inde rock band) about their creative process.
8 February, 2007 by Marian Way
When I am working on the 'technical' bits of a website - choosing colours, getting columns to line up properly in a table, or buying stock photos, for example - I often wonder whether other people would describe the process as 'creative'.
9 November, 2006 by Marian Way
What happened when Diana Gibbs jokingly remarked that she’d like some sunshine for her holiday.
18 May, 2006 by Marian Way
Have you ever felt you were behaving like a headless chicken, or as though you were under a big black cloud; have you suffered from jangling nerves or painful tension in your neck and shoulders?
31 December, 2004 by Marian WayHow Judy Yero healed her wrist using email coaching from Marian.
19 September, 2004 by Marian Way
When I attended the NLP Conference at Regent's Park in June 1999, little did I realise that this was the first in a number of steps that would change my life.