NLP In A Week
Master Neuro-Linguistic Programming In Seven Simple Steps
by Mo Shapiro
NLP just got easier
NLP in a Week provides a dynamic collection of tools, techniques and strategies that can facilitate excellence in all aspects of your life. This book will help you communicate more effectively and
develop your interactions by studying:
- the way you access and disseminate information through the language you use
- your perceptions and the values you hold
It will also offer you the opportunity to consider the different ways people filter information, thereby enabling you to create greater rapport by using their preferred filters and experiencing the world from their perspective. You will be able to increase your understanding of others by utilizing NLP's precision questions for clarification and thereby extending your 'map of the world'.
NLP is based on the idea that mind, body and language interact to create our individual perception of what happens around us and that these perceptions, and their accompanying behaviours, can be changed. Developers of NLP believe that happiness and success are the result of specific patterns of thinking that can be learned by anyone.
The psychiatrist R. D. Laing said: 'Change your body, change your mind. Change your mind, change your body.' When your mind is working with you and is on your side then your body will follow. You
can use NLP to make changes whenever you feel stuck, and your new 'position' will enable new action. Your mind is your internal powerhouse that steers your thoughts and subsequent actions.
The messages and thoughts from your mind have a significant influence on the way you feel and the actions you take. What is in your mind affects your health and wellbeing. What you think is what
you get. NLP helps you increase the messages that are 'good' for you and diminish those that aren't.
By the end of the week you will be able to use NLP at work and in your personal life in a way that will sharpen your skills and boost your achievements.
- Sunday: What is NLP?
- Monday: Identify empowering and limiting beliefs
- Tuesday: Recognize how we re-present information to ourselves
- Wednesday: Use precision questions to find out what people mean
- Thursday: Identify different communication filters
- Friday: Use the six levels of change and reframing
- Saturday: Increase your options
- Hodder & Stoughton, March 2012
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