How can NLP Help You?
Since it’s inception NLP has evolved with many interpretations and ‘codes’. After all, this innovation is what has kept NLP at the forefront of human technology and personal development.
A good way to understand the spirit of NLP is to become familiar with some of it’s core concepts or presuppositions.
Applied NLP for Coaching, Leadership and Interpersonal Communication
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Our innovative trainings and courses are designed to allow you to get the theory behind NLP while getting a hands on learning experience of NLP processes and tools.
You can apply NLP in many ways to help with persuasion, influence and communications.
NLP helps with persuasion by understanding someone’s model of the world. Knowing their communication preferences and meta programs and beliefs means you can positively communicate with people in a way that makes sense to them, resonates and influences them.
An example of an NLP application for influence can be in rapport building – by playing to someone’s sensory communication preferences and mirroring body language and verbal language, pace and tone can have massive implications to the ability to influence.
NLP also helps make for effective communications. NLP Communication Models such as artfully vague language and clean language can produce very clear communications that get to the heart of how a person prefers to communicate.
Read on to find out how you can learn to apply NLP.
How Can You Learn NLP?
NLP is one of the most potent and effective mind technologies that we have at our disposal. As you can probably understand from this article it’s applications and the ways it can help you are exciting.
If you are interested in learning NLP then there is plenty of content out there and you could just immerse yourself in NLP books and online videos.
However, NLP is a skill rather than information or data. It’s really about ‘doing’ rather than ‘knowing’.
The best way to ‘learn’ NLP is in a live situation with plenty of opportunity for interaction and practice.
To really learn NLP and get the most you can from it, an interactive personal and professional development experience is recommended.