Do you ever wonder why some people get on with some people but others do not?
Do you ever wonder why you cannot communicate with some people no matter how hard you try?
Since the early 1970s the study of what is now known as Neuro-linguistic programming has revealed how the mind works, how people communicate with themselves and others and how they represent external and internal events to themselves.
NLP is a behavioural process - the psychology of excellence. It's about how you do things to succeed in life - not simply about how to acquire information - after all anyone can do that!
NLP is more than learning how to better communicate; it's about developing a set of attitudes and tools to manage yourself so that you can be consistently effective.
NLP is short for Neuro-Linguistic Programming:
Neuro refers to neurology, our nervous system - the mental pathways our five senses take which allow us to see, hear, feel, taste and smell.
Linguistic refers to our language ability; how we put together words and phrases to express ourselves, as well as how our "silent language" of movement and gestures reveals our states, thinking styles and more.
Programming, taken from computer science, refers to the idea that our thoughts, feelings and actions are like computer software programs. When we change those programs, just as when we change or upgrade software, we immediately get positive changes in our performance. We get immediate improvements in how we think, feel, act and live.
NLP provides you with an instruction manual for the mind and thus makes it easy for you to communicate effectively and thus influence change in yourself and others.