What makes you fascinating?
In a recent networking event, I was chatting with someone new and at the end of the 10 minute conversation he said to me, “That was the most fascinating conversation I’ve had for some time.”
I thought WOW! That’s amazing. I find my world fascinating and other people fascinating. I was happy with this statement as I thought I was showing my passion for what I do.
In this week’s prescription for success I discuss what makes us fascinating and how this can benefit us. Watch the video and ask yourself the questions below.
Why is it useful for people to find you fascinating?
It may result in people wanting to engage more, work with you more and connect with you more. On the other hand, maybe they won’t want to be with you and really that’s fine because you are being yourself and you are fascinated with yourself. You’ll find that people will either say “Who do you think you are?” or they will want to know more.
Some people may feel that ‘being fascinating,’ might set up a lot of negative chatter in their head such as
- I don’t think I’m good enough to be fascinating.
- Who am I to think I’m fascinating?
- No one else thinks I’m fascinating.
During the conversation in the networking event, we discussed why I left being a GP and how I felt that I was just scratching the surface in terms of mental health and helping people. I also found that I had lots of idea that others didn’t agree with. So I left and now I’m doing my NLP work and I’m in charge of my life.
We also talked about people on the autistic spectrum and having the skills to help with communication and also remove trauma.
We then moved on to eye patterns and how you access information in your brain, which I’m going to talk about in next week’s blog.
I was just being myself and being passionate about what I do and he said that he’d never discussed these things before and was fascinated.
Here is the question:
Is it ok for you to think you are fascinating?
Because you are, everyone is!
You can use this to show others your passion and then if they want to connect with you they will and it may lead to more clients.
If you have any problems about thinking that you are ‘fascinating’ maybe you don’t believe in yourself or feel it’s not ok to show that part of yourself the just get in touch with me because it may be holding you back in life and business.
I do a free 30 minute session and also teach people on courses helping them to be the person they want to be.
So that’s me
Dr Bridget – I’m fascinated with you and I’d love to have a chat with you!
P.S. I’m running an NLP course in November from the 5-8th plus 26-29th – a great way to get to know yourself and increase your confidence in working with others. Here’s a link to the course information where you can also download a brochure for dates and prices.