Do you want to overcome problems or increase performance for yourself or assist others to?
How good would it be if you could:
Overcome problematic behaviours
Get rid of a phobia
Have a great relationship
Increase performance in any area of life
Be a great communicator
Learn more easily
Overcome learning difficulties including Attention Deficit Disorder & Dyslexia
Increase your self-esteem knowing you are a great learner
Develop effective communication and presentation skills to aid others in their learning
Be motivated consistently
Be a confident, effective communicator/ presenter
Be an effective leader
Develop great negotiating and influencing skills
Build better relationships
Be free of limiting beliefs
Increase your effectiveness and performance
Be a great problem solver
Increase your performance
Remove limiting beliefs about your capability to perform
Deal with pressure
Be free of anxiety
Establish achievable goals
Model excellence for consistent results
With NLP you can quickly and easily achieve all of this and more.
What is NLP?
NLP was created in the 1970s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder.
They wanted to understand how people produced excellence, so they studied a number of people who excelled in their field. Those they studied included: hypnotherapist Milton Eriksson MD, family therapist Virginia Satir and gestalt therapist Fritz Perls.
Once Bandler and Grinder discovered how these people produced excellence they created a number of models, which others could use to replicate the excellent behaviour in themselves and others.
NLP has developed into a set of tools and techniques, which shows you how to run your mind and to create effective change in your thoughts, beliefs, behaviours and state.
But it’s more than just a set of tools and techniques it is also an attitude and a methodology. NLP is about curiosity, a willingness to experiment and the use of modelling, experimentation and processes.
Ultimately NLP allows you to achieve excellent results in both your personal and professional life.
Find out below what NLP officially stands for and some important assumptions which we operate by.
What NLP Stands For
Official Definition of NLP
The nervous system (the mind), through which our experience is processed via the five senses: Visual, Auditory, Kinaesthetic, Olfactory, Gustatory.
Language and other non-verbal communication systems, e.g. hand gestures, physiology, through which our neural representations are coded, ordered and given meaning. Includes: Pictures, Sounds, Feelings, Tastes, Smells, Words (Self Talk).
The ability to discover and utilize the programmes that we run (our communication to ourselves and others) in our neurological systems to achieve our specific and desired outcomes
In other words, NLP is how to use the language of the mind to consistently achieve our specific and desired outcomes