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Why Do I Write For NLP Coaching Website

Posted by on Aug 3, 2015 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 1 comment

Why Do I Write For NLP Coaching Website

  In the middle of the summer trainings, one of our students asked me the following question: why do you spend so much time writing articles for the NLPCoaching website? So I had to think a little. And then, in order to answer him I had to ask myself another question: who am I writing these articles for? Is it myself? Am I writing these articles like taking a “selfie” of my mind and putting it on the website? Or am I writing these articles for you? Here is what I came to tell this man. My articles are for those who want more than to...

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When Pain Engulfs the Time Line

Posted by on Aug 3, 2015 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 0 comments

When Pain Engulfs the Time Line

  By Tara Kanerva   The call I received was from a close friend. She told me she was with a woman in crisis and asked if I could help. The situation was grave – this woman, Kelly* was expressing a desire to end her life. She had a son, a job and a full life that was in danger of imploding. She needed an intervention quickly. For just a moment I felt tentative, having quite recently completed my NLP Practitioners Training – but I took a big breath, looked inside and projected out to the future a positive outcome. I was...

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Change Your Time Line, Change Your Life, and Change the World

Posted by on Jul 30, 2015 in Time Line Therapy® | 1 comment

The Time Line Therapy® Association “Change the Future” Time Line Therapy® Process There is an ancient tradition in this world that says there is a relationship between the consciousness of the people on the planet and the consciousness of the planet – and modern physics agrees. We are part of this planet and the planet is part of us. The sum total of the individual consciousness makes up the planetary consciousness. That means that what’s in your time line, and what’s in the time line of the individuals in the...

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16 NLP Marketing Tricks the BIG Companies Use to Fool You

Posted by on Jul 27, 2015 in NLP Coaching | 0 comments

“Marketing Tricks the BIG Companies Use to Fool You” Series Use the Same Tricks to Build Your NLPCoaching Business      By Adriana James     These articles are written to be equally useful for the beginner of NLP and the NLP Trainer although some of the articles may be more advanced than others. If you find yourself reading an article that’s too advanced, give us a call or send us an email. We will be happy to clarify the issue for you.   Article No. 16   As all previous patterns so far, the pattern...

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The Power of Tasking

Posted by on Jul 27, 2015 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 4 comments

The Power of Tasking

  By Chris Lianos She was my fourth client straight out of my Master Practitioner training. And she was a friend. I had already broken one of the cardinal rules – “Never work with friends unless you have a client relationship.” And I didn’t have one. Not only was she a good friend, she was my wife’s best friend. I was stuck. I had to help. The presenting problem was an attachment to an old leg injury. My friend didn’t want to let it go. She had fallen quite badly and broken her leg. The leg had...

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One Simple Step to Staying Motivated

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 8 comments

One Simple Step to Staying Motivated

By Ricardo Gomez Staying motivated is the key to getting what you want out of life. If you’ve struggled to feel energetic day after day or if you have a tendency to procrastinate, then you are slowing down your progress on meeting your goals. One reason many lose their motivation is from being overtaken by all the thoughts, activities and responsibilities around us. We stay busy, but all of this activity distracts us from getting the things done that matter the most. What if you could get a jolt of motivation, any time you need it? There is...

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2015 Master Practitioner Training in Las Vegas, USA, Has Started

Posted by on Jul 13, 2015 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 3 comments

2015 Master Practitioner Training in Las Vegas, USA, Has Started

Here we go! We just started another NLP Master Practitioner Training with Drs. Tad & Adriana James in Las Vegas, USA. What an exciting time of the year it is! Over 60 students and 10 highly experienced coaching assistants are in attendance. All of the students are ready to learn a lot of new techniques and strategies for critical thinking to assist them in taking their life and their client’s lives’ to the next level. It’s not a matter of if…it’s when each and everyone starts to also experience amazing breakthroughs. “Think...

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Does NLP Work? What Do You Think?

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in Featured Post, NLP Coaching | 9 comments

Does NLP Work? What Do You Think?

“Does NLP Work” is presented with permission from: Jaap Hollander, and Oliver Malinowski Institute for Eclectic Psychology Nijmegen, The Netherlands Summary: In a study in the Netherlands recently, of the people who took part in a 1-hour NLP Coaching session 64% succeeded in eliminating mild social or psychological issues. The results were outstanding. Additional Information: Individuals with mild social or psychological problems were studied to evaluate the effectiveness of treatment using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). The intent...

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What Happens When Values Level 2 Meets Values Level 5?

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in Featured Post, NLP Coaching | 8 comments

What Happens When Values Level 2 Meets Values Level 5?

Over the last two months I have posted several articles about the importance of individual values VS group imposed values and the consequence of misunderstanding people’s thinking. In the series NLP Values and The Evolution of Consciousness which was a mini crash presentation on different values and different ways of thinking on this planet, I have argued that many conflicts and misunderstandings between people, institutions, societal groups, women and men, young and old and so on, are due to different ways of thinking of individuals, and...

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B.F. Skinner Meets C.G.Jung on NLP Coaching Website

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in Featured Post, NLP Coaching | 16 comments

B.F. Skinner Meets C.G.Jung on NLP Coaching Website

One of our student graduates sent me one of those chain email things that keep circulating in the internet ether forever. Usually I don’t bother to even look at those since I have so little time to spare, but something made me read this one. Given that I am on a thinking spree about how different thinking is in different values and the consequences arising from this process, I immediately thought of B. F. Skinner and C.G. Jung as an example of values levels conflicts. In the past year I posted several articles in which I mentioned...

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