NLP Practitioner’s 4 Beliefs That Create Success

NLP Practitioner - Beliefs for Success

NLP Practitioner – Beliefs for Success

You are navigating on your journey, the journey is called Life. It has it’s ups and downs, it’s twists and turns and certainly its joys and its challenges. Sometimes it can be easy to lose your outlook with feelings of being overwhelmed or maybe frustrated with what you are faced with. However, by adopting these 4 POWERFUL Beliefs, you will create and maintain a mindset which will drive you to succeed.

  1. I learn from everything that happens – in NLP we adopt the empowering belief that there is no failure only feedback. That means that whatever happens, it’s just feedback, so you can learn from the experience. If it went well, then great, keep that strategy and use it again. If it didn’t go so well, then great! What did you learn and how are you going to do it differently in the future so you create the desired result. You can learn something from everything that happens, if you are open to it. It’s interesting that if you didn’t learn the lesson the first time, then the situation repeats itself on your journey. Only the next time it (metaphorically) slaps you round the face a bit harder, so you take notice! By asking yourself “what is there for me to learn?” AND being open to receiving an answer, that stops the cycle repeating itself in the future.
  2.  This too will pass – meaning that whatever problem you may be experiencing right now, there will come a time when it’s gone and just a distant memory.  In the middle of a crisis, like a relationship break-up, that’s when it’s feels the worst. But things change and we can move quickly through the negative feelings using NLP, Time Line Therapy ™ & Hypnosis. These techniques allow you to let go of the emotional baggage and ensure that you have a clear set of goals and outcomes that you are focussed on achieving. Prepare yourself to be triumphant by remembering that this too will pass.
  3. Keep moving forward – your past is a place of reference, not a place of residence. Do whatever it takes to move yourself forwards. The sooner you can adopt this mindset the better. No matter what you are faced with, you can overcome it. Assess how you are going to choose to move forward and one top tip for you is the idea that you will “bend not break.” Think of trees in the wind. They will stay firmly anchored to their foundations while the branches gracefully flex and move to accommodate the forces of nature. They have flexibility and that’s what you need to be too, flexible.
  4. If it’s to be, then it’s up to me – let go of the idea of waiting for someone else to change your life! If you want it (whatever that is) then it’s up to you to go make it happen. If you want success, it’s up to you. If you want love, it’s up to you. If you want happiness, then it’s up to you. When you take responsibility for what you want and you take action to make that happen, you unconsciously have set in motion, invisible forces that will assist you in making it happen. Focus on what you want – you can achieve anything you want. If you are going to argue for something, quit arguing for why it won’t work and start arguing for all the ways that it will work.

If you want more information about the power of our beliefs then check out this article Don’t Surrender to Defeat

Values and Beliefs – What’s Important to You?

Values and Beliefs

Values and Beliefs

What we value and the beliefs we hold have a profound influence on how we think about things and how we behave. For example if you don’t believe that you are good at public speaking, then it’s highly likely that this will impact on your performance and this will be evident to others in how you act and behave. On the flip side of the coin, if you spend time developing your skills and building your confidence in this area of expertise then it’s likely that your beliefs about your capabilities in this context will change. Changing a limiting belief like that is incredibly empowering!

Generally our values and beliefs are in operation ‘behind the scenes’, that is, they are often outside of your conscious awareness. This is how people have such strongly held views that influence everything they do and say.

What you hold dear to you and what you believe to be important to you has evolved and shaped throughout your life. Every experience  that you have had and every person that you have met will have, in some way, influenced your values and beliefs. It’s not just individuals that have a set of values either. Many organisations have a core set of values or criteria that represent what’s important to them. Where there’s a mismatch between the values of a company and an employee, or between two colleagues, there’s potential for conflict. You can read more about the fascinating topic of values here >>>

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