What the hell is NLP anyway?
In their words: Some definitions of NLP from my graduates...
The best way to explore NLP is not by talking about it or reading about it but by EXPERIENCING it ...
Neurolinguistic Programming is a yawn worthy name for something that is anything but.
NLP is all about how you, and we humans work. It is the study of human experience and the detection and utilisation of patterns occurring in human behaviour.
There are patterns in the way we think and feel and the way we use our bodies. There are patterns in the way we value things and make decisions and more.
This incredible methodology allows you to hack your brain, body and your life, re-write the code, and/or help others to do the same. NLP is the ultimate in optimisation and personal sovereignty.
You decide. Run your own brain and body. Play your own game.
With NLP you can develop flexibility in the way you think, feel and behave to optimise your experience of reality and the results you get in the world in life, business, relationships, health, wellbeing and more.
If something isn’t working so well or if you would like to improve your performance, you can.
Do different. Be different. Easily and congruently.
If you’ve ever wished humans came with a manual for operation, NLP is where it’s at.
But I’d much rather give you an experience than talk about it. the best way to really get what it’s about is to get some embodied references via experiential, in person learning.
(When it comes to learning NLP, some aspects of NLP that are more content based rather than embodied skill based, translate ok online, it just can not to be taught well online.)