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8 presuppositions of NLP

Posted by on December 31, 2015 – 07:33 pm

8 presuppositions of NLP

NLP has a set of beliefs, expressed through what’s called the NLP presuppositions, that help us to become more successful in our lives and help us help others more effectively too. The presups are culled from the attitudes and belief systems of some of the world’s most successful therapists. But beliefs are funny things. Everybody has different beliefs and their beliefs have a lot to do with what they accomplish in life. The NLP presuppositions are extremely useful, but here’s a piece of news… Years ago, I was helping teach an NLP Master Practitioner…

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Learn NLP online free

Posted by on October 22, 2015 – 06:34 pm

Learn NLP online free

What would you do if you knew you could not fail ? What if the pursuit of whatever you wanted were backed by the most complex pattern-recognition and problem-solving organ in the entire universe? Well, it is. It s called your mind. Neuro-linguistics is the language of your mind-body, and it plugs you into the world, communicates with and through your body, transcending matter, traversing stretching and compressing time and space, creating order and meaning out of chaos, organizing, making plans and working those plans to manifest new futures, all…

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10 NLP techniques

Posted by on October 19, 2015 – 06:32 pm

10 NLP techniques

We aim to be a source of free, interesting, stimulating and, occasionally, humorous or provocative NLP information, ideas and methods. We have been online since 1998 and running NLP training courses for about 30 years so there is a lot of free to read information here – over 100 articles in fact. That’s why we have arranged them in seven sections. Our articles are in website 7 sections To make it easier to find what you want we have sorted the articles into seven sections on this site. This sorting hasn’t been strict or fixed – it’s a bit arbitrary…

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Best NLP

Posted by on June 26, 2014 – 12:24 pm

Best NLP

Choosing an NLP training provider? The 7 key questions… Selecting the right NLP training course, and the right NLP training provider, can be ‘challenging’! If you are considering taking part in an NLP Certification course you will know that is a serious investment of your time, your money and your expectations. It is also a very important choice since you are likely to only attend one NLP Practitioner course in your life! We are biased! Before you read further let’s first clarify something… We are NLP training providers so how can we be unbiased?…

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Dark NLP seduction patterns

Posted by on October 8, 2013 – 03:47 pm

Dark NLP seduction patterns

NLP, or Neuro-Linguistic Programming was founded in the early 1970’s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. The two men studied three different master therapists and, using what they observed, created a system that helped practitioners become aware of the commonalities found in human interactions. NLP essentially helps organize the complex patterns inherent in human communication. So, naturally, it has become a large part of the seduction community. Neuro-Linguistic Programming has always had a deep-rooted connection with the social arts. Many gurus…

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Penn State Psych squad

Posted by on June 11, 2014 – 08:56 am

Penn State Psych squad

Graduation Success Rate of 89 Percent Highlights Another Outstanding Academic Report UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. Penn State student-athletes continue to graduate well above their peers nationwide, earning outstanding academic performances, according to statistical information released by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The NCAA’s annual study of institutions across the nation revealed Penn State student-athletes at the University Park campus earned a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 89 percent compared to the 82 percent average for…

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Penn State Psych requirements

Posted by on February 3, 2015 – 09:12 am

Penn State Psych requirements

Psychology is the scientific study of behavior. The psychology major provides students with basic knowledge about behavior (actions, thoughts, emotions) and the opportunity to apply that knowledge through field experiences and undergraduate research. Through their psychology classes and the broader liberal arts background they receive, psychology majors develop important skills in areas such as critical thinking, research methods, statistics, and writing, and through these also enhance their analytic and computer expertise. Psychology at Penn State…

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