Are Your Relationships Important?
Imagine how lonely your life would be without other people to share your experiences with.
Happiness and relationships go hand-in-hand and so does interpersonal communication and listening.
Your happiness, business success and friendships depend on your ability to listen.
Without effective listening skills, we experience unnecessary conflict and our relationships struggle, wither and eventually die.
Effective listening skills determine the quality of your relationships with family, friends, and work colleagues and your listening skills are critical.
Transform Your Relationships and Your life
by transforming the way you listen.
We have a library of listening skills starting with Active Listening before moving onto some Advanced Interpersonal Communication Skills.
Watch the videos in the Comfort of your home or office and transform your life in just 5 minutes a day.
Are you the same person you were 20 years ago?
I would image that you have changed because we grow and mature.
Learn how to anticipate and smooth the changes you will experience.
The Simple Guide to Enjoy Long-Term Relationships
Very often relationships end in divorce when they don't need to.
Deal with disappointments before they become emotional hot-spots and you can reduce conflict.
Are you listening or just waiting for your turn to talk?
It's hard to listen to others because we speak at 120 words a minute but your brain can process 400 to 800 words a minute.
This gap is filled with thoughts that prevent us from listening.
about Alan Cox
Life experience plus research
I left school and went to the university of life. I learned fast and from first-hand experience. The film and television industry is a cut-throat environment.
Working on thousands of TV commercials, TV documentaries and corporate videos I know what works. Now I wanted to know why it worked.
In 1994 I learned Deep Structure Listening from an American Psychotherapist.
I learned about the incredible power of the unconscious mind. I learned how our unconscious emotional state controls how we react and behave.
I learned how to listen between the lines.
I learned how to ask the right question at the right time.
Do your relationships give your life meaning?
Relationships are where we are accepted for who we are.
In my opinion a basic human need is for relationships that give us security, intimacy, and belonging.
The skills in this module show you how to reduce conflict by gaining more clarity in your interpersonal communication, how you can listen beyond the obvious to others and yourself that result in greater self-awareness and confidence building rich lasting meaningful relationships.
Check what our clients say about us
In just 5 minutes I discovered what went wrong with my marriage...
When Alan showed me the Pinch Crunch model that explains how to maintain a healthy lasting relationship I understood what went wrong between my ex husband and myself.
If I had known this back then, things might have been different.
As for the future I am confident that my next relationship will be stronger because of this knowledge. Now I want the skills so I don't make the same mistakes again.
Great tips for businesses!
For business, the information in the 'Departure Lounge' videos is invaluable.
Imagine being able to 'hear' and 'see' the signs that your most indispensable employee is thinking of resigning or your best customer is about to take their business elsewhere is invaluable.
As a Mum and business owner I love the way Alan describes concepts that can be quite complex and involved in a way that is practical and easy to understand.
He cuts through the jargon making it easy to apply the skills in everyday life.
The Mindful Communication course has changed the way I listen.
Director lemon tree book co
As a psychologist I try to remove technical terms and jargon from my writing but it's hard. Alan has captured complex concepts transforming information into easy to understand everyday language.
I have never heard communication described so simply. Bye the way, some of the information Alan provides was new to me.