You will find lots written about rapport all over the internet. As such the main body of this report is all about how to really create great rapport quickly and easily. We will talk about how many NLP Practitioners get it wrong, the key ingredients to get it right. This is an extract from The Persuasion Skills Black Book which … Read More
There is much hype and BS delivered around rapport. Josh, a long term APP graduate has noticed that I have trained several seemingly different processes for rapport and has questioned me about it.
“NLP Presentation Skills, Unleash the Power of NLP and Hypnosis for Groups” Using covert methods for creating lasting results for groups A four-day course about using hypnotic principles in presentations. Why Should I Go On This Course? How would you feel if you were asked to fill in for a daylong presentation in front of hundreds of people at a … Read More
This article is about why rapport can be a bad thing and why you don’t always want to build it with your subject, client or prospect.
In this article I will link you to specific rapport techniques that you can use. But first I’ve had a few responses to my two earlier articles this week.
In yesterday’s post we looked at a couple of things that would stop you developing good rapport skills. Today we will look at a way of developing rapport that is calculated to give you minimum results for a huge amount of effort but is still taught as commonplace amongst the NLP community.
I have had a few emails about applying accelerated learning. This article is about one of my generally approaches to accelerated learning and specifically how I approached John Vincent’s Rapport Mastery Programme to get the best from it.
I was reminded just recently about how deep and powerfully you can build rapport naturally. This is a really good demonstration of how you can pace and lead someone without them ever realising.