The Next Step in Perceptual Positions

By | NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip, Practice & Processes

Have you ever felt like, even though you understand and have practiced perceptual positions, sometimes they don’t make change by themselves?  Like sometimes you need something else, another bucket than the three standard positions? Perceptual positions are a core distinction in NLP, one that is used in multiple processes and techniques. Our perceptual positions guide our experiences. It is through this key distinction that we form memories, experiences and reactions. But what if our perceptual positions aren’t clear? What if…

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Anchoring for Results

By | Blog Original, NLP Training, Practice & Processes

Anchoring in NLP is a core technique. As the basis of so many larger processes, getting very skilled at anchoring is work that will be so very worth it. You can use anchoring to maintain a state, to elicit a resourceful state, to eliminate unwanted reactions, and as a part of so many other processes. It really is a core technique, without which, I’m not sure you can effectively practice NLP. As NLP practitioners, whether certified or not, our goal…

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How do you create your feelings?

By | Blog Original, Mindset, Practice & Processes, Stories & Metaphors

Have you ever gone to traditional therapy? I’m talking about a therapist that is trained in traditional behavior change, without and current or new modalities to pull from. When I was 15 I went through a rather difficult phase in life. Well, I should be more clear. My 15 was particularly difficult for my parents. I was having a blast!  🙂 Anyway, I was really testing my limits, hanging out with friends, and starting to get into trouble. I was…

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10 Tips For Building a Strong Client Base For Your NLP Coaching Practice

By | Blog Original, Career & Professional, NLP Weekly Tip, Practice & Processes, Wealth & Abundance

A coaching relationship involves two people. The coach and the client. Last week we talked about what kind of coach you want to be, what you want to specialize in, and how to share what you do with the world. (If you want to read more about that, check out Finding Your Clients)  Now I’d like to talk about the other person in an NLP coaching practice (or any kind of coaching practice) …the client. Your client is the most…

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Finding Your Clients

By | Blog Original, Career & Professional, NLP Training, NLP Weekly Tip, Practice & Processes, Relationships, Stories & Metaphors, Wealth & Abundance

For many of us, finding clients is the only thing standing between us and success. You may feel your training is solid, your skills are dialed in, and you have accumulated some fantastic successes. Given that, your practice should be full and keeping you busy, right? Wrong. If only practice building were that easy. Regardless of your experience, you still need to market yourself in order to keep a full practice. And for many coaches, marketing is a difficult thing….

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SNKRSWM

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

The other day I was driving down the highway with my daughter and we passed a nice car with personalized plates. I don’t know what it is about personalized plates, but I always love to guess what they say. Some of the license plates are really creative! As we were coming up on this car I could tell it was a personalized plate (all of ours are a combination of letters and numbers and this was all letters) Once we…

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Holiday Stress Management

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

Holiday get togethers can be a challenge.  As we prepare for the holidays we are often anticipating family, friends, food and finances.  It’s funny. The time of year that is portrayed as the most peaceful and cohesive often involves the most stress and struggle. Whether it’s stress from tense relationships, worry about unmet expectations, financial pressures that are tough to ignore or health concerns due to food and treats…the stress that the holidays can bring is undeniable. One very, very…

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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 & 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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What hidden beliefs do you have?

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

Want to know how NLP can help you Live Your Limitless Life? Click here to schedule your FREE, one-on-one NLP Discovery Session with Tracy! Have you ever had that moment when you say something with very little purpose, just part of a story, and all of a sudden it hits you…a hidden limiting belief you have and when you got it?  Something you had no idea you ever believed, you never consciously thought about it, but when you heard yourself…

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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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