This article is about how language shapes our reality and how we can use that to motive people.
The master keys that every great trainer and public speaker needs to know. How to integrate the most powerful accelerated and hypnotic learning techniques into any presentation delivery you can imagine.
Over the last few articles I have described my curry persuasion skills adventures in Blackpool. Here is the story in full and afterwards a brief analysis of how I set my self up for failure and also got unexpected results.
Over the last two posts I have outlined how I used NLP Persuasion Techniques to build massive rapport with two strangers in a restaurant. This article is about how I accidentally set up the preconditions so that they decided to pay for the meal.
In the last post I went through how I built massive rapport with two total strangers in a restaurant. If you have not read the post you can find it here. In this part two of the case study I show you how you can use some simple linguistic frames to ramp up the level of rapport that you have.
This is a field report on some persuasion tactics that I had the opportunity to use whilst on a trip in Blackpool. It will give you several tools to manage conversations.
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.
This article will give you a simple way of creating your own NLP Language Patterns on the fly. So you can just start using them to become more persuasive without thinking about it.
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.
I have a short seven minute video for you today. It is specifically related to CV and Resumes and deals with a particular issue that is quite common and often makes the difference between being called for interview or rejected in the paper sift.