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State management in a crisis

Are you acting or reacting? (State Management through a teenager’s eyes)

By | Applying NLP Now, Blog Original, NLP Training, Practice & Processes, Stories and Metaphors

My youngest daughter, Hannah, is 17 and has been working on finding her way in the world. She is busy being an entrepreneur and working hard to share her message that yes, one person can make a difference. She is also directionally challenged, so the whole experience of driving has been, shall we say, interesting? Well, in late August 2015 she was driving home from having brunch with a friend and she was hit by another teenage girl. She was…

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Quieting the Inner Voice and Enjoying the Day

By | Applying NLP Now, Blog Original, NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip, Practice & Processes

Are you enjoying the season? Recently I’ve seen a lot of posts on social media reminding people that the seasons don’t change until September 22. It seems, as is human nature, people are rushing the next change! We seem to want to grow up when we’re young, can’t wait for the holidays, or a vacation, or the summer months…whatever it is, human nature seems to be to rush things. I, for one, try very hard to enjoy every day for…

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Excellence and the Olympics

By | Applying NLP Now, Blog Original, NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip, Practice & Processes

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about motivation and excellence. I’m not sure if that’s because my youngest recently graduated from high school so her future is on my mind a lot, if it has to do with the Olympics, or if it’s just a theme for me right now. Whatever the reason, it’s definitely been front of mind lately! The Olympics were on in my house an awful lot while they were taking place. I have some sports fans…

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Anything you can do I can do better…

By | Applying NLP Now, NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip

Happy Tuesday!  Weather is warming up a bit here, at least for a little while, and I have been busy baking and enjoying Autumn smells.  My home is filled with smells of apple and pumpkin and I am enjoying getting to read by the fire.  I’m sure by mid-January I will be ready for warmer weather, but for now I am loving spending more time indoors, eating soup and reading books. This week I’ve had occasion to give a lot…

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Subtle Skills for Building Rapport with NLP

By | Applying NLP Now, NLP In The News, NLP Training, Stories and Metaphors

Subtle Skills for Building Rapport Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming in the Interview Room By VINCENT A. SANDOVAL, M.A., and SUSAN H. ADAMS, M.A. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin Mark Hamilton, a seasoned detective, slowly opens the door to the interview room. The witness to the drive-by shooting sits leaning forward in a chair with her head in her hands. Normally, Mark bellows out his introduction to establish immediate control, but not this time. He enters the room without speaking, pulls a chair…

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How Our Metaphors Reveal Creative Solutions

By | Applying NLP Now, NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip, Practice & Processes, Stories and Metaphors, Uncategorized

Here’s another in our series on metaphors we live by, the ways in which how we describe our lives and situations influences us. The specific metaphors we use, the way we use them and the stories we create with them may limit us, inspire us, or expand our options. Recognizing the ones you use is the first step to understanding they are affecting your life now. In this essay Connirae gives you several examples of how to discover the stories…

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Hearing what other people are really saying

By | Applying NLP Now, NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip, Practice & Processes, Stories and Metaphors, Uncategorized

Much is made of metaphor in literature and life. What the early developers of NLP did differently was to take the metaphors people used to describe situations literally. Simple as it seems, this was a revolutionary step.  In a conversation with a friend the other day she said “it was a block (stopping her).” Taking her statement literally, I asked her where the block was and what it looked like. “It’s like this big block right in front of me.”…

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So What? How You Can Use This Information

By | Applying NLP Now, Blog Original, NLP In The News, NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip, Odd & Interesting, Parallels, Practice & Processes, Stories and Metaphors, Uncategorized

By now you certainly have heard about NLP: The Essential Guide to Neuro-linguistic Programming.  The reviews are coming in and they all agree…it’s a fantastic guide to running your own mind and being in control of your own experiences! I hope you’ve had a chance to pick up your copy and get started on it.  If not, the links are below so you can get started now. This week I thought I would include a different kind of excerpt than…

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Discover Your Inner World

By | Applying NLP Now, Blog Original, NLP In The News, NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip, Odd & Interesting, Parallels, Practice & Processes, Stories and Metaphors, Uncategorized

Here is another great excerpt from our new book, NLP: The Essential Guide.  The feedback has been awesome, and people are really enjoying getting to try out some processes and learn more about their mind works. I’m so excited for you to get your copy, I couldn’t wait to send out this fun exercise.  It’s a fantastic introduction to how your mind works.  It’s a friendly and accessible exercise anyone can do from the comfort of their home or office,…

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NLP: The Essential Guide – An Introduction

By | Applying NLP Now, Blog Original, NLP In The News, NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip, Odd & Interesting, Parallels, Practice & Processes, Stories and Metaphors, Uncategorized

It’s finally here.  After much hype, countless hours, so many months work, the new book, NLP: The Essential Guide is in stores and on shelves.  It’s hard to believe.  It’s really here, and it’s more than just paper. Published by William Morrow/Harper Collins, it’s available now.  You get the book and the matching Companion Site . The site is linked to from specific pages throughout the book, creating an inclusive multi-sensory learning environment for you. Tom Dotz created the site to provide…

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