Thursday, November 19, 2009

By Trevor Johnson

Neurolinguistic Programing is a complex system consisting in practical methods and theories, which allows us to change our behavior and way of thinking in order to obtain the life experiences we want. The human condition involves communication. Despite thus, many people are not able to communicate effectively. NLP provides practical tools for anyone who wants to improve his communication skills and increase his personal effectiveness.

How exactly can we achieve the desired results? We have all the resources we need to change our behavior; all we have to do is to find the person (or persons) who have already done what we want to achieve. In other words, to identify models of excellence and use the same strategies they used. It all started as a study of the relationship between neurology, linguistics and patterns (models) of behavior (programs).

NLP works for those who want to improve their skills and be successful. This method became so popular mainly because it can be applied successfully by anyone. NLP is about self-discovery, exploring identity and mission.

Using certain techniques we can learn how to give people exactly what they want in a particular situation. Neuro- linguistic programming is not only about competence and excellence; it is about wisdom and vision. We learn how others have responded to a particular situation we are facing.

NLP was quickly promoted as a form of psychological therapy, which addresses a variety of problems including phobias, depression, behavioral disorders, psychosomatic diseases, etc. Later, it was promoted as a "science of excellence", which analyzes the way in which successful people from different areas of activity get brilliant results.

The basic premise of NLP is that the words we use reflect an inner, subconscious perception of our problems. Many of NLP's tools and applications are used in therapy, business, management and education. It's a fun subject to learn - you'll soon start to become aware how often it is used by advertisers and others to influence what you do.

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