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Susan Mellinger

There are many careers that help people. In fact, all successful people have helped others solve problems. I would encourage you to think about helping in this way. When people make "poor choices", they are doing the best they can given what they know (NLP); our task as "helpers" is to change their thinking so they see more choices that have favorable outcomes.

As a therapist that is our main goal, as a motivational speaker that is the main goal, as a physician that is our main goal, and a host of other careers. Let's not focus on how bad or poor their choices let's focus on what alternatives would work better to get what they (you) want in life.

Answered 7 years ago

Susan Mellinger