Archive for dezembro, 2011
Sem mais delongas, desejo você um lindo Natal e um novo ano repleto de conquistas, em todos os âmbitos da sua vida. Desejo sim, de coração, que você consiga tudo o que almeje e muito mais.
Para terminar deixo o especial de Natal com Michael Bublé!
Até 2012! (Sim, o blog vai tirar uns dias de férias, ok?)
Usamos boss com o sentido de “patrão”.
My boss is traveling on business and I think he’ll be back on Monday.
Meu chefe está viajando a negócios e acho que ele vai voltar na segunda-feira.
Temos o advérbio bossy:
Stop being so bossy!
Pára de ser tão mandão!
A expressão to be one’s own boss:
I’d like to be my own boss.
Gostaria de ser meu próprio chefe / autônomo.
O phrasal verb to boss around:
He’s used to bossing his little brother around.
Ele está acostumado a ficar mandando no seu irmãozinho.
Usamos a palavra chef com o sentido de “chefe de cozinha, cozinheiro-mestre, mestre-cuca”.
My compliments to the chef. The meal was delicious.
Meus elogios ao chefe. A refeição estava deliciosa.
This is it for today, see you next time!
Sabe quando algo está funcionando perfeitamente, alguém sugere alguma mudança e você diz: Não se mexe em time que está ganhando?
Em inglês temos uma expressão correspondente: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Literalmente quer dizer, “se não está quebrado, não conserte”. A expressão supostamente vem de T. Bert (Thomas Bertram) Lance, o diretor de Gerência e Orçamento na administração de Jimmy Carter em 1977.
We’re happy with our exam system in Scotland, and as they say, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Estamos felizes com nossos sistema de provas na Escócia, e como dizem, não se mexe em time que está ganhando.
He hasn’t made a lot of changes to the team since taking over as head coach, figuring if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Ele não fez muitas mudanças no time desde que passou a ser capitão, pensando que não se mexe em time que está ganhando.
See you tomorrow!
I’ve been reading up on NLP, Neuro-linguistic programming, recently and it’s amazing. Below is a list of cool websites to help you know more about it and improve what you already know. Click on the site name to open it.
NLP and DHE General Information Server - Information and articles, reviews of books and training, and links to many training organisations. An excellent site.
NLP and Hypnosis – This site is great for NLP and hypnosis, with sample scripts. Run by Advanced Neurodynamics, an NLP training organisation in Honolulu, it also has a section on Huna, the Hawaiian spiritual science.
news:alt.psychology.nlp – The NLP newsgroup. Sort the noise from the melody, the pearls from the swine, the flames from the flumes.
nlptalk – The main NLP e-mail discussion group. To subscribe, send an e-mail message with ‘subscribe nlptalk your name’ in the message body to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Society of NLP – Site for the Society of NLP run by John LaValle.
Richard Bandler Institute – Richard Bandler’s institute of NLP with articles by Richard and his seminar schedule.
Robert Dilts home page - Robert Dilts writings and the home of the NLP University at Santa Cruz, Systemic Solutions International and the Dynamic Learning Institute.
Anchor Point Magazine – Excellent monthly magazine with developments and practical applications in NLP and related technologies.
The NLP Information Center – Another good general site with many links. It also sells NLP books.
The NLP FAQ – Questions and answers about NLP.
NLP World – Well produced and engaging magazine published three times a year – the intercultural journal on the theory and practice of NLP.
Merl’s World – A good reference site. Nearly 100 NLP book reviews, plus lists of NLP trainers and organisations worldwide.
Honest Abe’s Emporium – Andy Bradbury’s detailed NLP book reviews, frequently asked questions (FAQs) and useful links.
International Association for the Study of Health (IASH) – IASH is allied to the health certification trainings. Many resources for NLP applied to good health and well being.
IDEA Seminars, Inc. – Training center NLP run by Rex and Caroline Sykes. Seminars provides high quality NLP training for everyone.
Mastery InSight Institute of NLP – 100 pages of information on trainings, also the logs recorded during scheduled chats on NLP on IRC.
The English Association of NLP (ANLP) – Ten years old this year and still standing.
NLP on the Internet – Directory of NLP and Time Line Therapy Resources – A resource list of trainers, educators, health professionals, consultants, therapists, counselors, etc who use NLP and/or Time Line Therapy as part of their practice.
Brian Van der Horst – NLP website – A good website of NLP resources by my friend Brian.
Neurosemantics Website – Website of articles and resources on neurosemantics and NLP.
Active Choice NLP – An NLP training institute in Norway.
NLP-Platform – NLP site in Belgium with many links and resources
Source: Leading with NLP