NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Neuro refers to your neurology; Linguistic refers to language; programming refers to how that neural language functions. In other words, NLP is about how the language of the mind creates the programs we run in life. When you know this, you can enhance what is working, change what isn’t and create new beneficial programs of emotion, behaviour and thoughts.
An NLP practitioner will identify a person’s PRS and base their therapeutic framework around it. The framework could involve rapport-building, information-gathering, and goal-setting with them.
NLP certified practitioner or a coach can help individuals with challenges large and small in life, whether they are to overcome problems or increase performance:
And all that means: Being who you want to be, doing what you want to do, or having what you want to have, either personally or professionally.
NLP is already extremely popular in the business world, with many organisations and consultants utilizing a variety of NLP techniques to get businesses great results and quickly:
NLP offers many key techniques to support sports people in achieving their performance goals and is well recognized throughout the sports world:
It is recognized scientifically that there is a mind body connection i.e. our minds affect our bodies, positively and negatively. NLP is a valuable set of techniques to support both those working in the field of health and individuals who want good health for themselves.
For the practitioner:
For the individual:
Teachers and trainers can apply NLP in many learning environments to maximize the learning of individuals and groups: