Posts filed under: NLP Basics

We all want to be successful yet self-limiting beliefs may impact our performance. Language can transform our ideas and empower us to achieve anything we want....
You know how some people just seem to speak your language? Even if you disagree with what they are saying they seem to talk in a way that is easy...
NLP was originally created as a method to isolate and replicate what successful psychologist and psychiatrist did to help their patients.   The goal was to be able to use...
Rapport is one of the most practical and useful techniques in the portfolio of NLP. You can apply rapport to virtually any situation involving one or more people so you...
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner. I bet you have already started arranging the activities for the night. In fact, you might have already started planning for what...
On December 26th I wrote a post touching very briefly on each of the 15 Presuppositions of NLP (see 15 Presuppositions to be in Control for a review). One of...
Many people float along through life feeling as if the current is dragging them along. Accepting to be knocked about by obstacles as part of the natural flow of existence....
NLP works better when the practitioner adopts certain beliefs about the world. These beliefs, or presuppositions as they are called, are designed to empower the practitioner, to enable them to...
Of course by ‘clean language’, I’m not talking about the kind of words that would have your grandmother chasing you with a bar of soap. By clean language I mean...
This is a great question. One that no two people typically give the same answer to. I have come across many definitions myself and many opinions of what people think...