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NLP Practitioner: Build a Positive Self Image

If you feel that your self-esteem is low, then you can take steps to improve it. During our exciting NLP Practitioner training you will learn tools and techniques that will boost your confidence and self esteem. Plus you’ll be able to help other people to do the same.

One of the first things you’ll discover during our NLP Practitioner training is the importance of taking responsibility for how you feel. Initially, it’s a challenging concept for some people, yet the truth is that you can choose to be in any state you like, positive or negative, whenever you like. During our NLP Practitioner training we’ll show you how to get in control of your emotional state which puts you back in charge. How you feel is governed by how you think, so if you want to feel better, you can start by changing your thinking.

Low self-esteem is one of those things that can become a bad habit. But like every bad habit, it’s one that you can break. With NLP you’ll be able to overcome what may have become a lifetime routine of negative thinking. Knowing that positive self-esteem improves not only your relationship, it improves all areas of your life.

Here are some tips for how you can start to build your self-esteem:

1: Practice positive self-talk: Everyone talks to themselves. Check in with your self talk. If that self talk is telling you that you’re stupid, unlovable, useless, a failure, incompetent or anything else negative, then tell it to shut up!  That self talk is you and it’s yours to control, so whenever you’re tempted to say something bad about yourself, STOP and replace that with something positive. Something like: ‘You’re lovable, you’re special, you’re important, you’re competent, you’re an all-round really, really wonderful human being who deserves to be happy and enjoy life.’

2: Think of a situation where you would like to have better self-esteem, image how it would feel to have gained more confidence in this situation. As you imagine that now ask yourself:  “If I were to learn something valuable about this situation what would it be?”  You can also ask yourself:  “If I pretend there is a positive intention behind my feelings or behaviour what would that be?”  These answers will lead you to a more positive direction and give you access to new insights and resources that you can use in the future.

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