NLP Business Leadership and Perceptual Positions

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In my many years of setting up and being associated with leadership development programmes I have become convinced that Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is comprised of a broad range of tools that every good leader needs to have. In this article we will explore how you can become a better leader through using some simple, core NLP concepts.

Using Hypnotic Language to Get Out of Your Own Way

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In this article we are going to address negative emotions and limiting beliefs as well as how you can use your learning hypnotic language to blow out these issues. The previous article looked at the difference between learning, practice and performance. Then we explored ways of practising language patterns. You can read it here: Quick Wins to Learn Hypnotic Language

NLP Persuasion Skills in Blackpool

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This article is an index page for some tools on Rapport, Conversation Management and the build up to a little miniseries Field Report where you will discover how you can use your NLP skills to get people to by you free dinners.

Why NLP Coaches should Learn Covert Persuasion

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This article is about how we can unconsciously install new behaviour, thoughts and ideas into other people. By the end of this article you will have a good idea on some of the techniques hypnotist use to bypass you conscious faculties and install particular thoughts, ideas and behaviour.

Mastering the Weird VooDoo Sh1te

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In this article I will show you a specific set of patterns I often use in training where I can get anyone to make positive connections between any content I give them and what they are there to learn. Let me be a little more specific I can say any random content and the student will make connections to why … Read More