Practice Building Tip #2: Clients to Avoid No matter how good you are and how great NLP is, sometimes you just have to say "no" to a potential client because of the "red flags." Without having 15 years of experience in practice, how do … [Read more...] about NLP Practice Tip 2
NLP Practice Building Tip #1: Home Office or Office Outside the Home? For the majority of my 15 years or so as a Master Practitioner and Trainer of NLP, Hypnosis and Time Line(tm) Techniques I have worked out of my home. This has given … [Read more...] about NLP Practice Tip 1
Just because you are a certified practitioner, master practitioner or trainer of NLP doesn't mean you are immune to the power plays, games or "tests" that clients will attempt to play with us. It's a case of establishing and maintaining … [Read more...] about Healthy NLP Practitioner Boundaries
Or, should it be, "When the NLP Student Becomes The Trainer"? As an NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer, Every once in a while you come across an NLP client or NLP student who teaches you far more than you teach them. Or to put it … [Read more...] about When The NLP Trainer Becomes The Student
Three Key Traits That Indicate A Successful Outcome With An NLP Client... In my 10 years of practicing NLP I've worked with hundreds of clients. While I am almost always able to get excellent results with all the tools at my disposal: … [Read more...] about Do Your NLP Clients Measure Up?
Somtimes NLP sucks. It just does. Here's why. NLP is without a doubt one of the best maps for running our minds, bodies and relationships that has ever been teased out of the process of being human. Essentially NLP is a "process model" … [Read more...] about Why NLP Sucks