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Blog for NLP Practitioners

3 Qualities Of A Great Coach!

Have you been watching the Rio Olympics this last week? Doesn’t it inspire you to go for your goals? Wouldn’t you want to take your life to the next level?  Here are 3 qualities Olympic athletes look for in a great coach. And if you’re looking for your own Gold medal in business, relationships and your health, keep these in mind looking for your coach ! 
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7 Secrets of Staying in Love!

The movies, the books, the media and especially the fairy tales all express a formula of hope and simplicity when it comes to falling in love, but what they NEVER disclose is the STAYING IN LOVE part.
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Dare To Be Great – 10 Tips To Make This Year Better!

10 Tips To Make This Year Better! Being great isn’t about achieving your goals, it’s about becoming the kind of individual who knows how!
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How To Raise a Confident Child or Adult! LOL

How To Raise a Confident Child or Adult! Know this…  THERE IS NOTHING MORE IMPORTANT THEN SELF-WORTH!
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3 Steps To Mastering The Art Of NLP

3 Steps To Mastering The Art Of NLP 1. Do Your Research… Back in the early 1970’s Richard Bandler and John Grinder perhaps did not know what they were getting into back in 1975 when they created NLP. Today NLP has spawned into a multi-million dollar business with practitioners all across the world. Now, NLP has evolved extensively into the modern day practice as we all know it.
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NLP and PTSD, Phobias & Anxiety

Here is a wonderful PTSD article from Steve Andreas M.A.- NLP author, Trainer and Developer In 1984, Connirae Andreas worked with John, a Vietnam vet who had tried all sorts of therapy to get over his PTSD for 13 years, without success.
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Relationships Are Like New Shoes…

Relationships are like new shoes… they look great in the store but once you get them home they become really uncomfortable!
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Anger and NLP

Is ANGER bad?   What do YOU think?  Is venting anger appropriate or healthy?  Even though people may feel much better after venting their anger, the latest research invalidates the effectiveness of this concept. Because many people that allow themselves to vent the anger can also allow it to get out of control; the one thing they’re trying to avoid. Anger and NLP !
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