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Recently I assisted at a workshop designed to help singles gain social skills and connect with each other.
At the end of the evening, an attractive young woman said she is usually shy because she cares too much about what other people think. During some of the workshop exercises, she was able to not care what others thought of her, and found it liberating. She wanted the ability to not care what others think in the rest of her life.
I gently point out that while not caring what others think can be liberating, it can also be problematic. Would you really want ignore how your actions affect other people to the point that you hurt or offend them? Or maybe suffer serious consequences, such as getting fired? Probably not.Read more...
Posted: April 10th, 2011 under meta-programs, NLP articles, relationships, self-change, strategies.
Tags: external reference, internal reference, motivation source meta-program, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, NLP article