Mitchel Zelman: Using NLP to Develop a Growth Mindset and Cultivate Resilience in the Face of Challenges

What Is NLP?

NLP is an abbreviation for “neuro-linguistic programming,” initially developed in the 1970s by the University of California at Santa Cruz professor John Grinder and researcher Richard Bandler.

Despite the common misconception that it is, NLP isn’t a type of therapy. Instead, it’s a solution-focused instructional process that can be used to bring about change that’s both positive and long-lasting. People can better understand how their thinking processes influence every element of their lives with the assistance of NLP, which can serve as a “user manual for the mind.”

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Another Big Time Celebration for Noodle Station’s “Will Tell Jokes for Noodz” Comedy Show Event.

Noodle Station continues to bring laughter to the local Fort Lauderdale area with yet another comedy show. Abby Ballin will be returning as the host of the “Will Tell Jokes for Noodz”.

“Tonight’s event will be memorable for everyone. Comedians, guests, staff, and I will remember all the successful shows we have had over the last two years with our host, Abby Ballin. ‘Will Tell Jokes for Noodz’ is one of the best shows around and you definitely can’t miss this one,” said Mitchel Jason Zelman, co-owner of Noodle Station.

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Mitchel Zelman Scholarship is Still Accepting Student Applicants for the 2022-2023 Academic Year

BOCA RATON, FL, USA, May 31, 2022 / — Insurance broker and entrepreneur Mitchel Zelman is once again hosting his annual scholarship program for college students in 2022-2023. After the July 31, 2022 deadline, a winner will be selected to receive the $1,000 scholarship.

The Mitch Zelman Scholarship aims to provide financial assistance to those who are currently continuing their academic endeavors by attending college or university.

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Boca Raton Youth Triathletes Up to the Challenge at Benefit Event

Boca Raton Youth Triathlon was for a good cause as all of the proceeds went to the Children’s Tumor Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding effective treatments for people suffering from neurofibromatosis.

Parkland’s Mitchel Zelman, 36, first became involved in the foundation’s partnership with triathlons when he raced in the Ironman Florida event in 2014.

Zelman’s 9-year-old daughter, Taliah, participated in the race. It was only her second triathlon.

“I do it because my dad does it and you can do it for fundraising and for a kids’ foundation,” said Zelman, a fourth-grader at Riverglades Elementary School. “At the beginning, I try to go slow and then fast at the end. That is what I focus on. I think the best part about it is seeing my dad’s face when I finish.”

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Mitchel Zelman Presents Awards to the Winners of the Lighthouse Point Yacht Club Kids Fishoff

Young anglers participated in the annual Lighthouse Point Yacht Club (LHPYC) Kids Fishoff Contest. The winners were announced and presented with a bucket load of prizes for the catches they brought in.

“Seeing the excitement on a young angler’s face when they catch a fish gives me pure joy and happiness,” Said Mitchel Zelman, a fishing committee member. “The kids who went out there showed what it’s like to participate in a contest for the fun and love of the sport – creating happy memories”.
Mitchel was excited to be there to announce the winners of the Kids Fishoff Contest and present them with their well-deserved awards.

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Fort Lauderdale’s Noodle Station Sponsors 2nd Annual SAVOR SoFLO

Noodle Station, an ‘Asian street food with soul’ restaurant co-owned by Mitch Zelman, is proud to announce its sponsorship with SAVOR SoFLO for an upcoming oceanside event. Noodle Station’s signature “Asian street food with soul” will be on the boardwalk at Hollywood Beach for this celebration of food, wine, craft beer, and spirits. 

“We are looking forward to bringing our unique ‘bowls, bao and beer’ atmosphere to beautiful Hollywood Beach,” said Mitchel Zelman.

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Noodle Station Participates in the Save The Food Fest 22’ Event

On April 9th, 2022 participants came together to celebrate and learn about Food Waste Prevention Week during the Save The Food Fest 22’ event. Noodle Station, a Fort Lauderdale restaurant serving noodle bowls, bao, and beer, participated in the Save The Food event.

“We’re proud to be active in the community,” said Mitch Zelman, co-owner of Noodle Station. “People are what bring a community together and what better way to bring everyone together than serving great food and learning about ways to reduce food waste in the process.”

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Noodle Station “Will Tell Jokes for Noodz” Comedy Show Continues to be a Big Success

 Noodle Station, a Fort Lauderdale restaurant known for noodle bowls, bao, and beer, recently hosted another segment of “Will Tell Jokes for Noodz” – Presented by @aballincomedy. The April, 9th 2022 event featured a laugh-out-loud lineup of comedians, including comedian Abby Ballin who hosted the show.

“Noodle Station is excited to host another Will Tell Jokes for Noodz comedy show for all to enjoy,”

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Mitchel Zelman Discusses How Scholarships Are Lessening The Financial Burden Of Higher Education

Around the world, students are heading off to college or university. Some are heading off for the first time while others are returning after taking a few years off to work or raise a family. Regardless of which category you fall into, scholarships can and do play a key role in lessening the financial burden of higher education.

Mitchel Zelman is an enthusiastic supporter of scholarships and wants to see more students win them so they can ease the financial burden of higher education and get a jump on building a career.

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Mitchel Zelman Discusses 5 Reasons a Business Can Fail in Its First Year and How You Can Prevent It

Almost half of new businesses don’t last a full year, proving passion alone is not enough.

So why do businesses fail? Is there something inherent about startups that makes them destined to fail? And what can you do as a new business owner to protect yourself and ensure that your company has the best possible chances of success?

Today Mitchel Zelman is sharing his knowledge with us, helping to answer the question of why so many startups fail in the first year and offering tips on how to avoid failures in your own company.

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