Top 10 Reasons to Become a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) 🚀Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a powerful and versatile approach to personal and professional development that can empower individuals to make profound changes in their lives. Becoming a Master Practitioner in NLP takes your skills to the next level and opens up a world [...]
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By Robert W. Harrison1. Fear: Fear of failure, fear of rejection, or fear of the unknown can prevent people from taking risks and pursuing their dreams. It can lead to self-doubt and a reluctance to step out of their comfort zones.2. Self-Doubt: Lack of confidence in one's abilities can undermine personal growth and success. When [...]
In this video excerpt from the NLP Practitioner Certification Training you will learn about a fundamental NLP Skill known as 'Break State'. Watch as Robert Harrison and Nick LeForce discuss what it is and how it works.https://youtu.be/vS4r7btb23ITranscript:Robert Harrison:Hi everyone. This is Robert Harrison and Nick LeForce today. Today we're going to teach you about the [...]
Exploring the Neuroscience and Magic Behind Setting Your Intent – And Creating an Optimal Future for Yourself Kris Hallbom and Tim Hallbom "Life is a mirror and will reflect back to the thinker what he thinks into it" - Ernest Holmes You are always creating your future. You bring it forth through your [...]
Bee Stings - How to quickly release physical pain using both NLP & Dynamic Spin Release An NLP and Dynamic Spin Release Article by Kris Hallbom Click here to go to the DSR page for more information I recently called my assistant on the phone about something work related, and she told me that [...]
Backward Progressive States By Anita Goodwin Ursua This client wanted to work on a feeling she got due to an altercation with a couple friends that happened about a year ago. Instead of letting it go, the feeling got worse until she started having physical problems because of it. The following is a capsulated overview [...]
Take Charge of Your Unconcious Beliefs: Give Yourself a Wealthy Mind by Merilee Dannemann How much money is enough? It’s a question most of us have asked ourselves. Before you can really answer this question, however, first you have to add some words to the question itself, to clarify, “enough for what?” Try the [...]
Hidden Diversities by Dee Kinder Setting intent is In these days of diversity training, I find that those I classify as “hidden diversities” cause the most stress and conflict in the workplace on a daily basis. While I call them “hidden”, they are in fact quite obvious once one learns to observe the various [...]
Verbal Implication by Steve Andreas Introduction Implication is one of the most common ways that we unconsciously make meaning out of events in everyday life. A speaker's statement implies something that the listener infers. Implication was used extensively and deliberately by Erickson, as shown in the following examples (some paraphrased) with the implication in [...]