Book: NLP Techniques Anyone Can Use by Roger Ellerton, PhD, CMCcategories: Book, NLP Techniques, NLP Processes, Neuro-Linguistic Programing, Change Process, Stress, NLP
Roger Ellerton, PhD, CMCabout this book: From time to time, each of us interprets the world, our actions or the actions of others in a way that holds us back from our true potential. NLP is a set of concepts and tools that we can use to attain our true potential if we are open to thinking differently or to seeing the world and those around us in a different way.
My purpose in writing this book is to briefly illustrate the power of NLP (neuro linguistic programming) and to encourage you to explore how NLP concepts can make a difference in your life. I begin by showing that NLP is based on solid theoretical footings from respected disciplines such as: psychology, physiology, systems theory and communication. This is followed by eleven typical NLP processes that anyone -- parents, coaches, those in the helping professions, etc. -- can use to help themselves or their children/clients to be more resourceful in certain situations, be more aware of their actions on others or to undertake interesting and challenging opportunities without being sidetracked by anxiety. Beyond this book, there are many other helpful NLP processes that are available to you, if you choose to take the time to explore the potential for you, your family, your work team, your clients, etc.
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