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Recent Press and Articles
The Independent (June 2009) on 'Revenge'

For the most shining example of the latter, consider Nelson Mandela. As a politician he was no great shakes, but it didn't matter, for he had already committed perhaps the single most important act in his nation's history, rescuing his country from bloodshed and inspiring the world: he forgave his enemies.

But for those of us who lack the Mandela spirit, how are we to satisfy our bloodlust and burning need for justice without ending up looking just as bad as the person who wronged us? It's a tough one, but there is a practical alternative. I got it from a rather brilliant lifestyle coach I know called Steve Wichett, who has found it especially useful when treating obsessive compulsives and sociopaths. (sic)

First, he stresses, it's absolutely essential to get the bitterness out of your system: "Resenting someone is like drinking poison yourself and hoping they die." But actually punishing them often makes you feel worse. So, the way you deal with it is this: in your imagination you construct a form of vengeance every bit as dire and elaborate as that enacted by Titus Andronicus or my friend X, adding all the necessary swear words, sound effects, gougings and weaponry. Then, once you have relished your revenge in all its full hideousness, you let the feeling go and forget all about it.

Confidence Booster Tips and Strategies (May 2014)

Over his 20 years in private practice, popular Harley Street Therapist and NLP Master Practitioner Steve Wichett has noticed just how individuals think and feel to lower their own self-confidence. These are the top ten tips he regularly offers to combat this unnecessary problem. See how well you can put them into practice!

1) Always do what you say you will do. Walk your talk. This is my number one tip. If I'm not sure, then I will say so. I never fully commit to a thing that is not absolutely within my control and ability. This gives me tremendous self- confidence, in that I am right to trust myself, completely.

2) Stop remembering struggles, difficulties and failures, start remembering achievements, accomplishments and successes. Your unconscious mind just doesn't understand time, so when you dwell on past occurrences, then a powerful part of you believes you are reliving this event. Over and over again. Great if that's a positive experience you have chosen to reinforce!

3) Course-correct for success, not failure. Act according to your desired outcomes, achievements and goals. Stop catastrophising! Learn to look ahead and anticipate where course corrections might be needed, and always be heading towards what you want.

4) Take personal responsibility. If you fail or you're late or you forget, own up. Ask yourself 'what could I have done differently?' If the answer is always nothing, or 'yes, but' style justifications, then you will continue to disappoint yourself and others. And part of you knows why.

5) Plan to succeed and act according to that plan. Just Accept it. And Expect it. And be Grateful for it - in advance of receiving it! This one strategy alone will dramatically change your default state.

6) Surround yourself with support - books, recordings, poems, quotes, films, people etc. Anyone or anything that inspires and motivates you. Have fun while exploring both simple and complex delights.

7) Practice positivity, not negativity! Cultivate an 'attitude of gratitude' about yourself and your life. In any given moment, check your stream of thoughts, feelings, actions. Do you feel good? What wonderful thing might happen soon? And what would be even better than that?

8) Think about PPPPPPP! Proper Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance. Another tried and tested tip. Whether its going shopping, going for an interview, or going on a date, ask yourself: “How do I need to prepare for this? What outcome do I WANT? What do I need to practice, learn or research? What is the best state/attitude/thoughts and feelings for me to have?’

9) Stop 'trying' and start 'doing'. 'Trying' is just an advance excuse for failure. Master Yoda put it so elegantly in Star Wars. ‘There is no TRY. You do, or do not (do a thing)’.

10) Avoid the temptation to 'just give up' or go into 'freefall'. That never works out well, and is just an excuse for self-indulgence and negative reinforcement!

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