As my children begin to get a little older and Alfie’s school journey is not that far in the distance (sob!). I am beginning to think about my future and career. After many years raising my babies, I feel ready to start investing in myself again. Whilst I am still a little unsure of what career I want to purse and what qualifications that I could potentially need, I have recently been introduced to NLP Training courses.
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a way of changing someone’s thoughts and behaviours to help achieve the desired outcomes.
The formula that NLP Training use is
‘What you put into your mind results in either a good state which has a positive impact on your behaviour or a not so good state which has a negative impact on your behaviour and results.’
It is hard to disagree with this. I know myself that if I wake up in the morning in a bad mood, this can/will affect the whole of my day. Yet if I wake up thinking and feeling positive then I am almost certain to feel happier. Even should something go wrong during the day, I feel that if I keep a positive mindset it always helps the situation.
However this is always easier said than done. That is where NLP Training is so beneficial. The courses enable you to learn new ways of thinking and behaving and a variety of tools and techniques you can use with others. It will also give you a ‘clean up’ of your unconscious behaviours which may be holding you back from achieving your goals.
There are lots of training courses available:
NLP Certified Practitioner
NLP Master Practitioner
NLP Sales Training
NLP One on One Coaching
NLP in Leadership
NLP Coaching & Hypnotherapy
So regardless of what profession you do or plan to do. NLP Training can help achieve their goals, giving you the tools to help grow as a person both professionally and personally.
So with the New Year on the horizon, the perfect time to set yourself some new challenges and aims. It is definitely worth checking them out to see how they can help you.
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