May 23, 2012 in Business, NLP
What if you could increase your sales, productivity and leadership skills by simply implementing easy language patterns? Imagine a training that is fun and helps you gain instant trust and rapport with your clients and coworkers. Imagine learning techniques that can make you highly successful in your profession?
Researchers have found that highly successful managers and sales professionals use communication techniques which are nearly identical in structure to the communication techniques used by hypnotists. These techniques are so subtle, natural and friendly that few people consciously recognize their hypnotic powers. These communication strategies have been researched extensively in the fields of Neuro Linguistic Programming, Hypnosis and Sales Psychology.
This one day seminar is best suited for business professionals that would like to add valuable tools that will help them conduct business more efficient and successful. This day is catered towards individuals that are either in a sales or management position. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING
January 10, 2012 in Business, NLP, Public Speaking
This training will give you the skills to master the art of how to influence an audience easily and effortlessly, whether your audience is one or thousands. Within this training you will breakthrough your fear of public speaking through shifting your limiting beliefs, releasing past trauma around public speaking and creating a passion to deliver your message with integrity and power. Participants walk away from this training feeling confident and knowing how to address the different learning styles of an audience, captivating the attention of every member. Read more…
November 17, 2011 in Business, Hypnosis, Law of Attraction, NLP, Public Speaking
“The Dalai Lama, when asked what surprised him most about humanity, answered, ‘Man. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived,’”
November 5, 2011 in Business, Hypnosis, Law of Attraction, NLP
One of the exercise I have most of my clients undergo is to keep a gratitude journal. Each day they are instructed to write down all the things they are grateful for in their lives. Once they can’t think of anything, I instruct them to write down the the things they are grateful for, but don’t have yet. I have them write those down in the positive and in the present tense, as if they had then already. Our sub-conscious mind only knows and lives in the present, and does move into the direction of our most dominant thoughts. I think we have all been hearing about the law of attraction lately, haven’t we.
Today I came across this great article by Ocean Robbins talking about the Neuroscience of Gratitude. He also talks about studies done on gratitude. I think it is really interesting. To read the article CLICK HERE.
October 16, 2011 in Business, NLP
Neuro Linguistic Programming – What is NLP?
The core of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), is encompassed in the NLP definition:
A study of excellence and a model of how individuals structure their experience.
Neuro Linguistic Programming was originated by John Grinder and Richard Bandler in the mid 1970’s. They modelled therapists and communication experts of the time like Dr Milton Erickson (renowned Hypnotherapist), Virginia Satir (renowned Family Therapist) and Fritz Perls (Founder of Gestalt Therapy). Their goal was to discover ‘excellence’ in their techniques; finding the differences that made the difference for the client. The outcome of these early studies were a series of tools and processes that enables quick and lasting resourceful change in clients.
NLP focuses upon the detail of how we communicate (externally and internally), how we process, store and recall this communication, and how we can change and empower this communication to achieve the results and goals we want.
The Presuppositions of NLP form a foundation and common understanding between the Coach and the Client to create the environment, expectation, and intention to achieve the desired outcomes. Read the rest of this entry →
September 30, 2011 in Business, NLP
Read this article on cnn about how one small bank keeps it’s staff among the happiest in Europe utilizing NLP Neuro linguistic programming.
(CNN) — For nearly a decade, a Danish bank has been recognized by the Great Place to Work Institute as one of the best small to medium sized companies to work for in Europe. Situated near the quiet coastline on the island of Fyn, Middelfart Sparekasse has an unusual approach to people management that experts say is worth noting.
Coaching, self-directed leadership and personal growth are not usually words associated with financial institutions, but to this bank’s 200 or so employees they are key, and the business operates under the assumption that everyone comes to work wanting to do their best, virtually eliminating the need for any oversight.