Archive for November, 2011

In this article we compare the process of  Self Help route for creating change and the process of  utilising NLP Practitioner Coaching.

Self Help is a popular process which when people adopt it, requires them to follow information and advice which they have to seek out and then follow from one or more sources. These include self help books, information on TV or radio shows as well as CDs, seminars or websites they’ve found on the internet. As the name suggests, the self help process relies on the  motivation, energy, support, wisdom, choice of direction to follow for learning, coming all from “Self”. We (or the Client) do what we think to be necessary to achieve the desired outcome or goal. The self help process can also sometimes be a bit lonely as the most of the time it’s something that one does alone and one noticeable result of adopting the self help process is that it normally produces incompletion. How many times have you brought ( or know someone that has brought) a self help book or a DVD or set of CDs and then never used them.

NLP Practitioner Coaching – allows us to realise that we could probably get to the same outcome or goal with or without a NLP Practitioner.  Working with a NLP Practitioner gives us an opportunity to share and  bounce ideas off somebody as sometimes it can be difficult to step outside our own thinking to see the bigger picture or a different point of view. A NLP Practitioner  provides you with new perspective based on the process and not the content matter. That means with an NLP Practitioner (or taking our NLP Practitioner Training) you can easily stop when the process of reaching a goal goes off track and therefore correct it. Having sensory acuity and also feedback is essential for knowing “am I on track towards my outcome, or not.” NLP Practitioner also trains you in behavioural flexibility so that you can (or your client can)  get back on track quickly and this improves the overall results. Plus the NLP Practitioner in the process of coaching strengthens and supports the achievements of the Client with rewards when they reach their goals and outcomes.

The NLP Practitioner understands that the most important coaching tools (for self and with others) are responsibility, accountability, commitment and clarity of one’s goals.

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NLP Practitioner Modelling Exercise – The Board Break

NLP Practitioner & NLP Master Practitioner Training

NLP Practitioner & NLP Master Practitioner Training

NLP Practitioner – during the “Modelling” segment of our NLP Master Practitioner  Certification Training we utilise NLP techniques to discover and install the behaviours and beliefs necessary for a person to break a board with their bare hands. Modelling a board break takes about 20 minutes instead of the several years a Martial Arts student would take to learn this.

This process is a very empowering experience, especially for people who might have never thought they were capable of achieving something like this!

Breaking the board is a wonderful metaphor for breaking through whatever you perceive your limitations to be in your life, the board break is certainly one of the many highlights of our Master NLP Practitioner training programme.

Our Master NLP Practitioner program is an exciting opportunity for you to learn how to use the technologies of NLP, Hypnosis and Time Line Therapy®, at a whole new level of excellence.

NLP Master Practitioner Training is all about mastering  your current NLP skills, and then mastering a whole new level of powerful techniques – you become the master of your life.

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Now you’ve found out some more information about our NLP Modelling exercise and the board break. Check out this article NLP Practitioner – Change for the Better