What is NLP?
NLP stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming. It was a system that was first created in the 1970s to get better results in communication, personal development, and psychotherapy.
Neuro – refers to our neurological system. How we interpret and interact with ourselves and the world using our conscious and unconscious mind.
Linguistic – represents the language patterns that we use to communicate, both verbal and non-verbal.
Programming – focuses on the internal programs that we as human beings are constantly running to function in the world. Through NLP we can update or change these habitual programs, so that we can achieve more desirable outcomes.
By studying the human mind, and understanding the thinking and behaviour of successful people, we can create models and techniques that can help everyone to overcome their fears/limitations and maximise their potential.
How can NLP help you?
You will learn how your mind works and gain a deeper understanding of yourself. Then through powerful exercises and techniques you will begin to move forward towards your own desired outcomes.
Conditions helped by NLP:
- Bad Habits
- Public speaking
Here is James meeting one of the CO-founders of NLP Dr Richard Bandler in October 2017