How great would it be if just by hearing your name people went into trance and deferred to your authority? There are ways of making this happen and we will explore just one of them in this article.
Yesterday I gave you an article about a powerful self coaching concept. In the article today we will examine what else you need to make that concept create dramatic results with others.
I’ve just been sent an email from a trainee life coach who has had a dramatic personal breakthrough by just using a simple technique. This article uses that email as the foundation to give you a flexible and powerful personal development tool you can use with yourself and others.
A couple of days ago I put out a video showing how I often set up spatial anchors. A question I have been emailed several times is do I set up timelines in the same way. So today I have a video showing you how I do that.
Some NLP Techniques are easier to demonstrate than to explain. This little video clip is a demonstration of one way of building an anticipation frame and gaining compliance from your audience.
This is a short video clip of me demonstrating some spatial anchoring type thing that is an easy to use, highly adaptable persuasion pattern that you can use.
I thought we were finished with this, “Before we beginning let me give you a bunch of post hypnotic suggestions pattern” But yesterday (Saturday) I took a call from a good friend of mine about some astounding results that he got and you just need to see just how far you can push this patterns without laughing out loud.
Over the last few days we have looked at a simple pattern, “Before We Start”, looked at how we can use perceptual positions to use it as an impromptu trance induction and pushed it as far as a pattern to install a new way of thinking. In this article we will look at a few more ideas, examples and how you can use it
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 they think they are in the room and learn valuable material for themselves.
Over the course of the last two articles we have looked at a specific pattern, how we can create a covert trance and layer in some detailed behavioural instructions all in one go. In this article we will look at how you can apply this way of thinking in different situations.