All Posts by Trish Taylor

About the Author

Author Speaker and Trainer helping you let go of your fear and Imposter Syndrome to live your best life.


Worrying is what keeps us up at night, stops us from reaching our full potential and ultimately robs us of our happiness. I don’t claim to be an expert on many things but worrying is definitely one of them, or it used to be. I’m not saying I don’t worry sometimes, I still have my […]

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Are You Living The Life You Want?

It can be useful every so often to do a mental and emotional check up, to figure out if we are at a place in our lives that is fulfilling and making us happy. When we live a life that is not really for us, it can result in both physical and emotional distress. The […]

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Sometimes We Need To Find A Different Path

A common NLP theme is that if something isn’t working you should  try something else or look for a different approach. I regularly meet people who are struggling with issues and feel that they have no choices. I believe there is usually a choice but we can’t see it because we are so paralyzed by fear or too emotionally involved to […]

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Client Testimonial

Here is a testimonial from a client who recently had an NLP Breakthrough Session. These sessions  can be  done on any major area of life  where on feels stuck and can be broken down into manageable chunks to suit the client. “There are times in your life when you need to acknowledge you are stuck, […]

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An Independence Day Tribute

My friend Pete passed away in 2014.  As I couldn’t attend his funeral. I paid this tribute to him. Pete’s funeral was held on 4th July. Although the date does not have the same significance in England where the funeral was held. There is  a link between Pete’s life and the concept of independence. For […]

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