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 […]

NLP Principles About Change: Practical NLP Podcast 11

This week’s Practical NLP podcast explains the final three of our principles or ‘presuppositions’ of NLP: There is no failure, only feedback The ‘Law of Requisite Variety’ All changes should be evaluated in terms of wholeness, choice and ‘ecology’ The podcast includes some material from the Practical NLP audio course which you can get for free when […]

Presuppositions about Communication: Practical NLP Podcast 10

This week’s episode of the UK’s most listened to NLP podcast introduces three NLP ‘presuppositions’ or principles about successful communication (yes, I know it says ‘six presuppositions’ at the start of the podcast but we’ll cover the other 3 next week): Respect for the other person’s ‘map of the world’ The ‘meaning’ of communication is […]

Practical NLP podcast 9: Mind and Body are one system

A short and sweet episode of the UK’s most listened to NLP podcast this week, all about the NLP presupposition that ‘Mind and Body are One System’. Featuring the ‘mind-body problem’, neuropeptides, a quick exercise to experience the mind-body link, and the most important thing that you need to know about motivation! This podcast includes some […]

Practical NLP Podcast 7: Presuppositions of NLP part 1

This week’s Practical NLP podcast is the first of a series where we explain the principles or ‘presuppositions’ of NLP – including some tips from the Practical NLP audio course which you can get for free when you subscribe to the Practical NLP Newsletter. Subscribe via iTunes here. If you prefer to subscribe using something other than […]

Using NLP Principles 6: The only reliable information about someone is behaviour

What do you really know about the way someone else’s mind works – their problems, their beliefs, their feelings, their intentions? Well, you could make guesses – but you might be projecting your own beliefs, judgements or even unacknowledged emotions onto the other person. Or you could go by what they tell you – but […]

Using NLP principles 3: People have all the resources they need to succeed

This NLP presupposition is also sometimes stated as ‘There are no unresourceful people, only unresourceful states’. Before we get into the practical ways you can use this principle to improve your life and work, you might want to read this earlier article for some background. Some ways of making this presupposition work for you: Since […]