Learn NLP Patterns without NLP courses or NLP training

In this video I do a preliminary explanation of basic NLP patterns and how they work (or don’t work). Ask me a question at NLPTeleseminars.com!
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29. June 2011 by Admin
Categories: NLP | Tags: , , , , | 25 comments

Comments (25)

  1. @mrsbwallace not at all. NLP itself is a modeling tool/skill. Therapists can use NLP, but so can teachers. But both require the competency of effective communication. NLP can help with competency modeling regardless of profession.

  2. @stuarttan After watching this video a few months on, what you are saying does make more sense now, but the fact is NLP is about analysing and improving people and their performance – does that generalize as being theraphy? Although theraphy is about dealing with mental/emotional issues, improving performance (ie modeling) is just the next step from that.

  3. @mrsebwallace therapy is partly communicating effectively.

  4. @emergence999 I ain’t arguing with any of that at all. Plenty of potential to target whatever needs to be achieved. All the best in your endeavors!

  5. @jibikao appreciate it. NLP itself is just one layer, although it is quite an important layer of skill and competency development.

  6. @KharamiSunato Well Kharami, there’s only a specific audience I’m targeting in my message/meta message. I don’t quite want to think about the others, because it spreads my planning and message development too thin.

  7. @calciumsupplements it’s not mutually exclusive. Nobody should give up a chance to see Tony. I do my best to facilitate learning of skills and knowing when to execute which strategy. so you’re welcome to either attend Tony’s before mine or vice versa 😀

  8. You seem a very knowledgeable practitioner… can you tell me why I should come to you for training rather than someone like Tony Robbins?

  9. model a effective public speaker. the headline and the content are not effective for retaining the viewer in the first 60 seconds.

  10. he has green walls i dont like green walls ….

  11. Hi Stuart, I ve tried to find some of your audios on your websites but couldnt, also wanted to participate to your teleseminar but still nowhere to click?
    Any hint? Thanks

  12. Hi Stuart, I ve tried to find some of your audios on your websites but couldnt, also wanted to participate to your teleseminar but still nowhere to click?
    Any hint? Thanks

  13. @stuarttan can we get some more videos on how to model ppl more affectively?

  14. you are a true guru capable of teaching at the same level you understand, i bow to you stuart

  15. Do you know Steve and George Gold? Great guys. They helped me reach my full potential in ESP and SS (shapeshifting)

    dlpmind dot com / nlptraining

  16. I will investigate further! Thankz! 🙂

  17. Thank you for taking the time to explain more in depth of what NLP can help and cannot help. The typical “step process” on the sales of NLP program is a sales technique to attract learners. I really appreciate your theoretical explanations on common NLP techniques out there. It’s through understanding the theory behind NLP that one can internalize the process and utilize on his or her clients. Thank you Stuart! You being an Asian inspires me to take on NLP world.

  18. Thanks for sharing this great information. I loved it. You have a great collection of videos. Thanks.

  19. @stuarttan its just that the therapy aspect of NLP has so much potential to do so much good in this world and because it is so quick, digestible, and tailored to the individual I truly feel this is something our governments should take a closer look at to maybe even fund some techniques to be incorporated into schools….can you imagine what the next generation would be like if the teachers taught in NLP ways? it would be a step towards true peace, and its what im aiming for in the UK 🙂

  20. @stuarttan dont get me wrong i think modelling is fantastic and I model myself often to get into certain states when i need them. I just feel that the therapy aspect is so powerful and it really gives ppl a new lease on their lives, a fresh start, like an emotional reset switch ^^ – i remember the first time i got rid of the big 5 and how i had to react to pre existing situations as if it was the first time it happend but this time with new learnings and perspectives.

  21. @stuarttan agreed but I truly feel that its the therapy aspect of NLP that is going to free the minds of so many. Modelling is fine and all but without the therapy before hand you still leave yourself open to distored perspectives and world views…can you imagine someone with bad intent who decided to model excellent individuals? – for me modelling is a byproduct after doing the therapy and the therapy is the most important as it clears out alot to make room for real change.

  22. @cherokeewarcry LOL – I have to model good hairstyles xD

  23. @emergence999 Well, I think modeling comes naturally. It’s just that most people have forgotten about it. As children, we all knew how to model instinctively. As for therapy, you’re absolutely right. There is a lot more out there tho, that people are not capitalizing on. Modeling upright behavior, discipline, effective politicians (sic), leadership, etc. Therapy IMHO is just a small speck of human capability.

  24. all in all thou excellent Vid – ill be making some of my own which focus on the Therapy side of it ^^

  25. modelling only comes from the master level thou…practitioners lvl is just that…practitioners which is used mostly for therapy…AND it is the most effective therapy around because it works with the individuals unconcious mind – there is no disappointment in the therapy side of NLP – how could you possibly be disappointed in helping someone getting rid of a phobia in 20 minutes? I have done some incredible work with clients and I can work with any individual.

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