True Motivation: Creating a Personalized Propulsion System

Recently, I gave a presentation on NLP and Motivation, so I’d like to share one of the processes I designed and included there. Now, motivation is not a new concept in the field of personal development, nor in NLP. In fact, one of the ‘metaprograms’ we present in our NLP Practitioner trainings is ‘motivation direction’ [...]

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Three Ways to Change Your Mind for The Better

Being a former court-lawyer, I am extremely aware of the importance of language in expressing our thoughts and opinions. Using the wrong word in the wrong context can mean making or breaking a case. Using one specific word instead of another specific word can give a positive twist to my argument, or a negative one [...]

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Creating Self Confidence – Cascades Of Positive Change Through NLP

For a long time, I’ve been fascinated by cascades of change. Sometimes when we think we’re changing one area, it also has a positive effect on many other aspects of life. And we may as well do all those changes together. Why insist on working with one aspect at a time, when it’s possible to [...]

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NLP In Training: The Power To Facilitate

How can NLP help to design and run a course that has a positive result for everyone, including you, the trainer? Deni Lyall outlines the processes, gives plentiful advice and shares her personal experiences. I have a degree in electrical engineering and loved mathematics at school – a logical lady I felt. So there I [...]

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Making Life Easier, With NLP Chunking!

You know, in psychology there is a rule, especially within the NLP circles that I work in and the NLP literature that I read, it is quite a famous rule; 7 plus or minus 2 – this is the notion that the conscious mind can only keep track of between 5 and 9 discrete pieces [...]

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