Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created in the 1970s. The title refers to a stated connection between the neurological processes (“neuro”), language (“linguistic”) and behavioural patterns that have been learned through experience (“programming”) and can be organised to achieve specific goals in life.
The founders of NLP, Richard Bandler and John Grinder, say that NLP is capable of addressing problems such as phobias, depression, habit disorder, psychosomatic illnesses, and learning disorders. Their stated aim was in “finding ways to help people have better, fuller and richer lives.”
Bandler and Grinder claimed that if the effective patterns of behaviour of exceptional people could be modelled then these patterns could be acquired by others. Our vast experience in NLP for many years at NLPEA tells us that this is indeed true BUT NOT THE WHOLE good news story. See below
NLP has now been adopted by private coaches, therapists, hypnotherapists, and in management workshops, seminars and training programmes for business and government.
NLPEA are committed to the global distribution of NLP excellence. We have training organisations operating in each continent with the simple aim of making the amazing body of NLP available to as many people as possible.
Contact us for information on how to train in NLP and how you can help us help others to benefit from the amazing skills and techniques the NLP has to offer.
What is Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Why learn NLP? (The true story)
NLP will reconnect you with who you were born to be. It will empower you with methods, techniques, thinking and behaviour strategies that will enable you to rediscover your purpose and take you towards where you want to be in life.
NLP will enhance your relationships enormously.
Your relationship with yourself – boosting your feeling of inner peace and self-worth. You deserve this because you are amazing! I truly believe that.
NLP will help you in relationships with friends, family and work colleagues. You will notice that we have a mind-adjusted way of seeing others sometimes that is just not the real perspective. Everyone has inner and outer beauty – it is up to each of us to see it and bring it out of the other person. Unfortunately this is not what society leads us to do (say no more at this stage!)
NLP will help you see the world for what it is – a place of beauty and possibility, filled with lovely people who will help you along your road to living your potential and getting the very best out of life.
Through your personal empowerment you find yourself a better person around others. They will love you for it. You will do it naturally and because you want to. This will have a positive knock-on effect on the other person. They will feel inspired by your kindness, positivity and respect for them. They will surely pass this on to others. This is called the NLP positive knock-on effect. It will help bring a new light to societies around the world. This is our future as a human race. Respect, positively, kindness towards others and generosity.
You will find in NLP a series of techniques and methods that you can simply explain to others and that will help them become similarly empowered. Your knowledge and skills will help them better their lives, solve their problems and enable them to rediscover their own positive purpose – moving them happily towards their purpose.
This is the beauty of NLP. It provides almost limitless empowerment to help individuals make things better for themselves, better for individuals and ultimately that is good for the world. I’m sure that you agree?
Learn NLP with confidence at Excellence Assured NLP Academy or any of our NLPEA partner organisations. Trust your time will be well invested and you will receive immeasurable return on your investment as you move forward with our guidance.
Anthony Beardsell – Board member and NLPEA Master Trainer (director and lead trainer at Excellence Assured). On behalf of all the wonderful people involved with me here at NLPEA.