We all know, there is a thin line between NLP and hypnosis. As NLP practitioners we are all familiar with the Milton model, a set of hypnotic patterns widely used actually in communication, even outside of the NLP world. We even know we actually are spontaneously letting ourselves under hypnosis regularly during our day (pg… Continue reading The Wizard Within
Getting Past No - Negotiating with difficult people from William Ury, follows his first book Getting to Yes and look at situations where the negotiation is not immediate... the famous case of difficult people. What are really difficult people? With the NLP approach to communication, we have two cool prepositions, 'The meaning of communication is the response you get'… Continue reading Getting past… No.
Change your business with NLP, from Lindsey Agnes stands as one of my favourite of the moment. It's a nice little book that you can either read at once, or section by section. Organized in four sections, the author explains how to apply NLP to -transform leaders -transform teams -transform organizations, and last but not least… Continue reading Change your business with NLP
Self-discipline in 10 days, how to go from thinking to doing, from Theodore Bryant is a nice little book that you can either read at once, or better day after day across 10 days, doing each day a specific exercise. As Theodore wrote, 'Self-discipline -is a skill that can be learned -is becoming aware of your… Continue reading Self-discipline and vitaminds!
Richard Bandler & John Grinder, in 1975 published The Structure of Magic I & II, based on the work done modelling Virginia Satir, Gregory Bateson and Milton Erickson. A must read of course, and if you like linguistics you will fall in love with these two volumes, the explanation of deep structure versus surface structure and its… Continue reading Other maps for the same territory… or the Structure of Magic I and II