Roger Ellerton: Success Strategies Interview by Ronda
Ronda’s guest on Success Strategies with the Experts is Roger Ellerton – Successful Business Person, Certified Management Consultant, Author (of 5 books), NLP Trainer and Coach, Public Speaker, University Professor and Former Faculty Member, Executive in the Canadian Federal Government … and much more.
Developing Your Authentic Self
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Ask yourself these questions before listening to the audio:
● As a technology expert and leader of a technology group, what was Roger looking to achieve when he found NLP?
● Roger didn’t find success in his first live NLP training, so what did he do that was surprising?
● Ronda was glad that Roger took two different styles of training at first; why?
● How did Roger use NLP on a daily basis, and how did it play a role in his life?
● How did Roger use a fish Metaphor to explain how well he was doing in life?
● Roger “collected” a lot of degrees; why and what did it do for him?
● Do you collect things for the same purpose as Roger?
● How does Ronda explain back to Roger the process he used to
connect to his value system?
● Ronda says well-meaning adults try to do what to others?
● What is the important question that Roger says you should ask
yourself about your goals?
● How does Roger describe NLP, and how does he say other people
● Roger says all models are wrong; how does he explain that so it
● Ronda says there is no failure; there’s only feedback. What does she
mean by that?
● What was Rogers’s motivation for writing a book?
● How did Roger handle the fact that he didn’t get his book written within the timeframe he set?
● What is the one presupposition that keeps coming up in Ronda’s and Roger’s conversations?
● When Roger wrote his first book, how much does he reckon that he was paid per hour to write the book?
● What did Roger hope that readers would gain from reading his books?
● What are the four steps to influence that Roger speaks about?
● Why does Roger think that Life Potential Developments’ NLP online training is just as good or better than a live training that you could attend?