Respect For The Other Person’s Map Of The World – Interview With Andy Smith part 2: Practical NLP Podcast 84

This week we have the second half of an interview that we did about how to apply the principles or ‘presuppositions’ of NLP to improve your life and work. In the first half we explored the principle that “The map is not the territory”. In this interview we look at another principle that flows naturally […]

The Map Is Not The Territory – Interview With Andy Smith: Practical NLP Podcast Episode 83

This week’s episode is something a bit different. Instead of me interviewing a prominent member of the NLP community, it’s someone interviewing me – about the principles or ‘presuppositions’ of NLP and how you can use them to be more effective in your life and work, even if you’re not NLP trained. My interviewer is […]

A couple of special offers, one of them free…

I don’t want to make a habit of this, but here’s a couple of special offers for Practical NLP Podcast listeners – and one of them’s free!. The first is me being interviewed by success coach Deb Johnstone about how to apply NLP principles for more success in your life and business. You can only […]

Shelle Rose Charvet And The LAB Profile®: Practical NLP Podcast 82

This week’s episode is an interview with LAB Profile® queen Shelle Rose Charvet – with a very special offer included! One of the most respected figures in NLP, (and probably the most entertaining speaker), and bestselling author, Shelle has been researching and using the LAB Profile® (a more user-friendly development of metaprograms) for over 25 […]

NLP For Kids And Starting An NLP-Based Business With Gemma Bailey: Practical NLP Podcast 81

This week’s guest is the inspirational Gemma Bailey! Gemma is an NLP trainer and director of NLP4Kids – a company which specialises in bringing NLP to children, their families and schools to help them with mild to moderate mental health and emotional challenges. With a background in childcare Gemma has translated NLP into child friendly […]

Jonathan Altfeld On Inductive And Deductive Thinking: Practical NLP Podcast Episode 80

This week’s interview is with a real innovator in NLP, my old friend and occasional mentor Jonathan Altfeld, international NLP trainer and developer of Knowledge Engineering and many other useful tools and patterns. In the interview, Jonathan shares with us an important distinction that will make you a better coach, therapist or even mechanic: the […]

James Tsakalos Interview: Practical NLP Podcast 79

This episode marks a new direction for the Practical NLP Podcast! Up to now we’ve been talking you through various aspects of NLP in a structured way – essentially the episodes build up into an audio home study pack for an NLP Practitioner course (contact me if you’d like to license them for your own […]

The SCORE Model: Practical NLP Podcast 78

The SCORE model is not taught on that many NLP Practitioner courses, which is a shame as it’s very useful in coaching and problem solving and doesn’t require superhuman sensory acuity to use (although that helps of course). This episode introduces the model and gives some sample questions and tips on how to use it successfully […]

How To Clear Anxiety Using Your Timeline: Practical NLP Podcast 77

This week, the end of an era as we come to the end of the ‘scripted’ Practical NLP Podcast episodes. From next episode we’ll be switching to a longer format where I interview thought leaders and practitioners applying NLP in original ways to solve real-world problems. So, a short and sweet episode in two parts. […]

Practical NLP Podcast Back Episodes And Transcripts – Latest Volume Out!

The latest volume of the Practical NLP Podcast collected episodes and transcripts is now available! The theme for this one is mostly around dealing with ‘difficult’ people, although it also includes helpful models for understanding organisational change, predicting the emotional impact of decisions, a useful selection of meta programs, self-awareness and dealing with criticism. Volume 9: […]