Use NLP to rethink your job search
Imagine a method of thinking that allows you to use your five senses, reorder your thoughts and the way you communicate with others, so you can organize your ideas and actions to produce better results – like your ability to find a job.
That is what Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) can help people do. It is a way to develop an attitude that peaks your curiosity and allows you change your pattern of thinking, at the unconscious level, to produce desired changes in your own behavior.
If you want to learn how to use NLP to help you change the way you approach your job search, then you might want to attend Jan Goodman’s free introductory training session, NLP: Tools for Real Life, at 1 p.m., Wednesday, February 5th, at the North County Branch Library, located at 65 Halstead Street in Clinton.
Due to the popularity of this program, you have to reserve a seat to attend. To do that please either call 908 788 1434 or visit the library’s website www.hclibrary.us and click on the Calendar of Events.
Five minutes prior to the start of the program, vacant seats will be available to those waiting to attend the program. In addition, if you have a disability that requires special accommodations please notify the library in advance by calling 908 788 1434.