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What Is NLP?
Neuro Linguistic Programming techniques
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Neuro Linguistic Programming techniques (NLP) are the most practical, results oriented technology of detecting, understanding and getting in control of our conscious and unconscious thinking.
Today, Neuro Linguistic Programming techniques are widely used in business to improve management, sales and achievement/performance, inter-personal skills; in education to better understand learning styles, develop rapport with students and parents and to aid in motivation; and of course, NLP is a profound set of tools for personal development.
Neuro Linguistic Programming Techniques & Our NLP Training is something you want to take up if:
Your emotions are seemingly out of control at times
You’ve got little or no money and you are ready to improve your income
You are fed up with feeling fat and fed up with not knowing how to lose weight
You can’t communicate with people at work/partner/spouse/kids/other members of the family. In fact anything you seem to say lands you in a heap of trouble
You feel stuck with little or no options
You now want more control over your life and get back on track
You want to put out less effort, and have more free time to just do what you want to do
NLP is a behavioural technology, which simply means that it is a set of guiding principles, attitudes, and techniques about real-life behaviour
It allows you to change, adopt or eliminate behaviours, as you desire, and gives you the ability to choose your mental, emotional, and physical states of well-being
With NLP, you learn how to grow from every single life experience and that means you increase your ability to create a better quality of life. NLP is a very pragmatic technology based on a capacity to produce your chosen results. This allows you to become proficient at having your future by design. It’s a set of skills adopted by successful people and it’s easy to learn!
Consider this as part of your way of life:
- You being in Control of You
- Having Self-Confidence & Access to Your Inner Power
- Achieving the Results You Choose and Doing that quickly
- Relationships that are Respectful and Fulfilling
- Having a Clear, Laser-like Focus and Direction in Your Life
- Being Balanced and having Stability
- An Improved Income and being Efficient at Work
- Enjoy being Healthier and Fitter than ever before
Our NLP Trainings will assist you to achieve undeniable success and that’s regardless of your level of education, age, gender, IQ, where you live etc. Even if you think you are not good at learning you will find NLP easy to learn, because hundreds of thousands of people have been successful using it for more than 25 years.
The attitude of NLP is one of curiosity and experimentation. The methodology is modeling, a process of duplicating excellent behaviour. Another person's behaviour can be duplicated by studying what that person does inside their head (ie language, filters, programs) to produce results. NLP was created in 1975 by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, who began modelling and duplicating the "magical results" of a few top communicators and therapists. Some of the first people to be studied included hypnotherapist Milton Erickson, gestalt therapist Fritz Perls and the family therapist Virginia Satir. Since then, many others have contributed to the growth and development of the field.
"NLP cannot be dismissed as just another hustle. Its theoretical underpinnings represent an ambitious attempt to codify and synthesize the insights of linguistics, body language, and the study of communication systems." -- Psychology Today