There are hundreds of NLP Techniques out there; these techniques range from simple ones to really complicated ones. Each NLP Techniques does targets specified “problems”, thus, it is safe to say that you do not have to go each one of them. NLP Technique does something for everyone, if you think you are not good at communicating and influencing others. There is a technique that enables you to quickly establish an element of trust and rapport with other people whether it be in a large or small gathering. Again, there is a need to stress that there are hundreds of techniques available for all of us depending on which area in our lives we are deficient or lacking.
In NLP it all starts with the potential you possess. I’m sure all of us want to succeed in our lives. Who wouldn’t? Unfortunately, not all of us will be successful and that is a sad reality. However, NLP promises that if success is what you want you will get it. Scientifically, it has been proven through research that us humans only use a 3 or 4 percent of our mental capacity. NLP proposed that with right NLP techniques you will be able to use more of your mental capacity in order for you to become better in everything you do.
Most NLP practitioners would argue that if you do these NLP techniques properly there is no such thing as “Failure”. However, it still boggles me why there are some people who still doubt and why these claims still exist. The only answer that I could come up is that just like anything in this world it cannot be helped that it just simply did not work for them. Not that I could blame them though because again NLP and NLP Techniques are not an exact science.
You might ask why most people would resort to NLP Techniques even if it is not an exact science? The answer is plain and simple, most people believe in it because as what I have stressed out earlier in NLP and using NLP Techniques there exist no failure. A great analogy of what NLP does is, if you intend to go let say reach the moon, however you weren’t able to land on the moon. Do not worry about it, just because the outcome is not what we originally intend to happen that doesn’t mean we have failed. What we need to do is learn from that journey and rethink what you did or what you failed to do that made the landing in the moon unsuccessful in order for us to safely land to the moon next time we try to do so.
My name is Ruben Seetharamdoo. I was an introvert young man growing up in the paradise island of Mauritius, and went off studying my first degree in Chemistry at the University of Delhi in 1995.Unleash the Alchemist Within http://www.unleashthealchemistwithin.com