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The Abracadabra Effect

The 13 Verbally Transmitted Diseases and How to Cure Them

 

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The Abracadabra Effect:
The 13 Verbally Transmitted Diseases and How to Cure Them

Do you overhear a plethora of criticism and complaining in your lunchroom? Do your employees air their differences in the hallways away from your ears? It is time to put The Abracadabra Effect in place in your organization.

Would you like your staff to be more self-responsible, less likely to make excuses and work with an increased sense of personal power? It is time to put The Abracadabra Effect in place in your organization.

Do you want your business environment to contain more honest communication, less petty judgment and increased cooperative solution-seeking? It is time to put The Abracadabra Effect in place in your organization.

If the symptoms above are surfacing in your organization, there is a strong likelihood that the 13 verbally transmitted diseases are flourishing. During this seminar you will learn to identify these 13 dis-eases and use prescribed solutions to eliminate them in your workplace.

 

 

Protecting Your Children from Dis-ease Laden Language

Do your children think school bores them, their brother annoys them, or they can’t do fourth grade math? Do they demonstrate behaviors that show a lack of self-responsibility, procrastination or a low level of confidence? Do they exhibit signs of stress, anxiety, frustration or uncontrolled anger? If so, there is a strong probability that they have been exposed to dis-ease laden language.

Learn how to use language that empowers children and helps them see themselves as able, capable, and responsible. Learn to speak in ways that help your children own their behaviors and feelings. Inoculate them against language that encourages them to see themselves as unable, keeps them stuck in the past or caught in the judgment trap.

 

 

The Five Power Eaters and How to Eliminate Them

Language is more than a medium of communication. It is also a medium of perception. The words you choose to use as a teacher and the words your students use affect how they perceive the world, help create their beliefs, and ultimately influence their actions. One of your main jobs as a professional educator is to help students learn and use language patterns that add to their confidence, help them take responsibility for their own lives, and increase their sense of personal power.

You will learn the five frequently used phrases and how they eat away at personal power and self-responsibility. You will be given specific prescriptions on how to rid yourself and your students of the dis-eased language patterns that contribute heavily to these conditions. Use these prescriptions and you will gain a deep inside satisfaction that you have touched the spirit of your students and helped them learn important pieces of the language of personal power.

 

 

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