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Handling Disappointment.

Discussion in 'Employment & Jobs' started by kevicho, Nov 27, 2008.

  1. kevicho

    kevicho Gigabyte Poster

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    Missed out on a reasonably nice contract (1 month, money to get my driving licence).
    Interview was yesterday, I thought I performed well in the interview and am awaiting feedback.

    So obviously Im in a bit of a dejected mood today, and have planned a remarkable revision day (before footy tonight) as I am taking the 70-294 exam tomorrow, so far i feel confident.

    Anyways I learned an NLP technique of letting go, basically you relax, imagine yourself high above the clouds, imagine a stage below, on that stage put a person, or object representing whatever it is, and those items are connected via a white string, imagine that string being cut, and with it all the bad feelings with that person/object.

    Ive got more NLP techniques but this is the one i use the most, once ive dont this ill be back to my kickass mood.

    Right onto revision
     
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  2. grim

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    You get used to it after a while, i tend to just think its their loss lol

    What game you watching ?

    GRim
     
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  3. kevicho

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    Thats what I think as well, could have used the money though.

    Anyways "Watching", im playing lol

    We rent a pitch out and i run for about 10 mins before an inevitable near heart attack before moving into defence or goal hanging lol, am using it as one of the ways im improving my fitness.
     
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  4. Stuzzle

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    Cool that's a new NLP technique to me, never heard of that one before. Perhaps just a reinterpretation of Dissasociation?
     
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  5. kevicho

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    Learned it at a Chris Howard event, tis useful for lots of situations
     
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    My advice: just get on with it, only you get yourself out of your current predicament.
     
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    cool, wish i could still do that. I used to play 2-3 times a week but now with a dodgy knee and no one here where i live now is interested :(

    GRim
     
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  9. kevicho

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    I had bad knees and shins which have taken years to heal so it was 7 years before I tried again, still was a bit dodgy so left it for another year, touch wood so far im ok (my 4th week playing tonight), will see how it goes, I love playing but im not going to cripple myself doing so
     
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  10. kevicho

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    putting weight down through my knee is ok i.e. running, cycling etc but when i put weight accross my knee is dodgy, its just not very strong

    GRim
     
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