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TRAINING /// May 22, 2018 8:09:00 PM

Not getting all you want from life? Consider NLP

Posted by Joseph Scott

Do you ever feel sad or frustrated that you may be missing something from your life? Is that  okay; perhaps you are not alone. Most people hope for more from life. Anyone who tells you different, even someone who truly has your best interest at heart, is probably not being truthful with you.

It can be healthy to want to have a richer, fuller life. A life without desires or ambitions can quickly seem to becomes routine and dull. Setting and working toward and accomplishing your goals can be valuable experience; ones which can bring great satisfaction and meaning to your life.

If someone asks you, “Are you happy with your life?”, a healthy answer maybe, “yes, though, I seem to want more.”

No matter what you want from life, getting it can, at times, seem close to far far away. Navigating the twists and turns on the path leading from where you are now and where you think you want to end up can be or seem difficult. The journey often leads people to a sense of  being lost, confused and even possible more miserable than when they started out. Imagine if there was a road map to help you find the way to your goals. Would you tread it for yourself or family? 

Well, the good news is, there is such a map. It is called neuro linguistic programming, and a possible key to helping you reach your dreams.

 

What is neuro linguistic programming?

Neuro linguistic programming (NLP) is often misunderstood. There is high possibility that even if you have heard about NLP before, what you think you know about neuro linguistic programming is at best far from the truth.

The simplest way to define the actual meaning of NLP is simply stated as:

NLP is a process for turning any trait, talent or ability into a teachable skill which anyone else can learn.

It is that simple. No mysticism; no hypnotism; no mind control. How boring!

The actual definition of neurolinguistic programming may not sound as exciting as what you thought. But what NLP can help you accomplish is, not only not boring, it can be downright thrilling!


Why is using NLP techniques better than more traditional methods of learning?

Think of any trait or quality you want to develop in yourself. What is the best way of learning this new skill? Traditionally, when people want to develop a new ability, they seek out someone with the skill to teach them. But this is not always effective. 

Imagine you want to have the ability to become more confident when speaking with strangers. You may already know a friend or colleague who possesses this characteristic. Asking this person for advice may seem like the logical way of developing your own confidence with strangers. But even if the person takes the time to share with you everything he knows on the subject, the chances of his advice having any meaningful beneficial affect on you is low. 

The reason is simple. Most people with natural-born talents or personality traits have absolutely no idea why they are able to do the things they can. Therefore any advice they give on how to imitate their trait is unlikely to give you the same skill.   

If people with extraordinary traits are unable to give you any meaningful suggestions how to imitate their success, is there any hope in developing the same traits and skills they possess?


Yes.


Through the use of the specialized NLP modeling techniques, you can learn to recognize, imitate, and eventually absorb new personality traits or habits of excellence. Even the type of traits which many people have previously believed to be innate gifts of a select few, are now fully within your grasp once you learn the models and methods of NLP. 

Are you ready to start taking control of your life and stop feeling unhappy and frustrated? Take the first step on the path to becoming the person you always imagined you could be by finding out more about the powerful techniques of NLP.

 

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