Introducing NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming For Easy Effective Personal Change
NLP – neuro linguistic programming techniques are easy to learn and apply. In fact, millions of people worldwide use NLP Techniques every day. Here are 3 common reasons:
- To enrich relationships
- Improve learning
- And achieve greater personal and business success
Neuro-linguistic programming lets you “re-program” negative emotions, patterns, and situations into positive emotions, patterns, and situations. And when you use NLP techniques you have the ability to positively influence yourself and those around you. As well as banishing old, self-defeating patterns and create win-win situations with your spouse, children, co-workers, clients, friends – even complete strangers!
The result? Greater happiness, greater productivity, greater confidence and greater success.
And, NLP Techniques are so subtle no one except you will know you’re using them! It’s like having your own, personal “Secret to Success”.
Who NLP Comes From
The concept of neuro linguistic programming comes from Richard Bandler and John Grinder, two guys who studied the processes of some very notable people.
And the five big names whose work was most scrutinized were:
- Fritz Perls of Gestalt therapy fame
- Virginia Satir of family therapy fame
- Milton H. Erickson, MD of medical hypnosis fame
- Alfred Korzybski developer of the field called general semantics
- Gregory Bateson Anthropologist & Social Scientist
Now what was so important about the people who are behind the creation of neuro linguistic programming is their amazing success stories. You may not know them but all of these people were highly respected for their individual successes. What they had accomplished in their fields was nothing short of amazing.
And because of the perceptive abilities of Richard Bandler and John Grinder, we have the exact processes used by all these amazing people. First Richard and John were able to break down into minute detail the exact process and techniques used. And then finally they organized these processes and techniques into a system that others could learn and repeat with great success.
The process we call NLP or neuro linguistic programming.
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