How To Be A Success With NLP

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How To Be A Success With NLP

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘success’?

Success is something that everyone wants, yet means something different to each person. So how can you attain it? Is there some underlying secret that ensures growth in every area of life?

I believe there is. On my journey through life I’ve been blessed to meet a number of people who are very successful. Either because they’ve reached MAJOR life goals, or because they’ve achieved a level of happiness untouched by most people alive today.

My observation is that there definitely is a formula for success. Some of the most successful people I’ve met are NLP practitioners. This is no accident.

I first became an NLP practitioner when I was 19 years old and it continues to teach me new insights about how to live my life more successfully.

The ‘NLP Success Strategy’ is a tool that I have repeatedly applied in my life… it continues to work for me and I’m 100% confident it will work for you too because I believe it really works for anybody.

Here is a video that will share the underlying formula

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NLP Submodalities Made Simple

NLP Submodalities


NLP Submodalities Made Simple

Submodalities in NLP can have a big impact on how you react to the world around you. “If you are feeling blue – try painting yourself a different color” …NLP Submodalities Made Simple for sure. It really can be that simple when you learn to pay attention to your submodalities (how you code your reality) and change what isn’t working for you.

Feeling Blue – Try Painting Yourself A Different Color

First it is important to know what are Modalities in order to under how to change submodalities. Modalities are Visual (pictures or images), Auditory (words, sounds) Kinesthetic (feelings -internal emotions or external touch etc) smell and taste.

Submodalities are the finer distinctions of each modality.

Let’s take Visual for example. Visual submodalites would be whether the image in your mind is near or far, in color or black and white, in focus or out of focus etc.

Auditory submodalities could be the quality of the sounds or voice you hear. It also could be near or far, loud or soft, high pitch or deep base, fast or slow etc.

The same goes for Kinesthetic, feelings could be location in the body. You may have said to yourself things like

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NLP VAK Test – Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Digital

Each of us has a preferred representational system (visual, auditory, kinesthetic or digital (auditory digital) – often referred to as VAK) – for more information on the NLP visual, auditory, kinesthetic and digital representational systems, please see the article Modalities and Representational Systems . There are several ways to determine which system(s) each of us prefers. Here is a

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Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques

This reference page introduces several popular NLP techniques, linking to practical explanations and guidelines for each technique.

> How to get rid of phobias and trauma using NLP

NLP’s Visual-Kinaesthetic Dissociation Technique (also known as the Fast Phobia Cure and Rewind Technique) helps to eliminate the effects of traumatic memories. It can be deeply healing for individuals who suffer from PTSD, with results being both rapid and sustainable. Intense fear of people, animals, objects or situations that are not harmful or dangerous (know as a phobia) is most often easily treated with this technique.

V-K Dissociation enables people who suffer from phobias or traumatic memories to reprogram their brain’s response to the original (causal) experience. It does this through separating (dissociating) mental pictures (V) and their associated feelings (K) so that irrational fear and behaviour in specific contexts are no longer triggered.

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> The NLP technique for internal conflict resolution

NLP’s popular Parts Integration technique is a useful skill to overcome ‘bad habits’, indecision, procrastination and all sorts of internal conflicts.

Emotional experiences throughout life, and especially during the early imprint years can result in the creation of Parts at the unconscious mind. These Parts generate their own values and beliefs, and are responsible for

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Branching Out with NLP

With any kind of business and that includes NLP coaching, there has to be a focus toward growth and ongoing development.  What other markets would be appropriate?  Can expanding the demographics of a typical client reveal untapped opportunities?  Or, can shifting the focus in a slightly different direction create a potential new client resource.  Recently, I learned something about that last question from one of my clients.

Most life coaches, using that term in a general way, tend to focus on particular life challenges or areas for improvement.  Most business coaches, again generally speaking, look to particular industries or business types for a client base. What happens, however, when we take those two focal points and reverse them?  The life coach looks at business types and the business coach looks at people or life challenges?

One of my clients has two areas of specialization.  Her first is very definitely life coaching based in that she works with people who are transitioning in their careers.  Her second could be either life or business coaching as she specializes in helping women who want to own their own businesses.  During a recent session with this client, we shifted focus with both of her areas of specialization and made an incredible discovery.  The client discovered some large untapped markets by focusing on industries for career transition work and by focusing on particular women’s life area groups for her business development work.

As coaches, we can learn so much from the creativity of our clients and, many times, apply their ah-hah moments to ourselves, our businesses, and our

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