NLP in 21 days : A Complete Introduction and Training Programme



Day 1: How People Tick

Subjective experience
Thinking and doing
Personal excellence
Modelling success
The NLP model
Presupposition: The map is not the territory.

Day 2: Getting What You Want

The technology’ of goal achievement
The four-stage success model
The elements of a well-formed outcome
Presupposition: People create their own experience.

Day 3: Knowing What You Really Want

Outcome ecology
The role of your unconscious mind
Representing your outcomes
Cartesian questions
Values and outcomes
Presupposition: A person is not his or her behaviour.

Day 4: How to Win Friends and Influence People

Building rapport through matching
Presupposition: The meaning of a communication is the response it gets.

Day 5: Power Communication Techniques

Calibrating rapport
Pacing and leading
Establishing relationships
Matching with congruence
Presupposition: Experience has a structure.

Day 6: Making Sense of Your Own World

Seeing with your brain
Trusting your ‘autopilot’
Representational systems
Identifying sensor preference
Eye movements
Presupposition: Every behaviour has a positive intention.

Day 7: Changing Your World

Submodalitics and the meaning of experience
Changing experience and behaviour
Presupposition: The mind and body are part of the same system, and affect each other.

Day 8: The Power of Language

Using language to get what you want
The hierarchy of ideas
Turning words into outcomes
Presupposition: People make the best choices available to them.

Day 9: The Value of Vague Language

Milton language patterns
Kapport and utilisation
Using the patterns
Presupposition: People work perfectly.

Day 10: Getting Down to Specifics

The Meta Model – Deep structure and surface structure
Meta Model questions
Using the questions
Applications for change
Presupposition: There is no failure, only feedback.

Day 11: Once Upon a Time

Simple and complex metaphors
Metaphor as a tool of communication
Metaphorical caveats
Generating a complex metaphor
Presupposition: Resistance is a comment on the communicator and may be a sign of insufficient pacing.

Day 12: Getting Another Perspective

Different perceptual positions
What position to take
Presupposition: Learning is living we cannot not learn.

Day 13: Taming Time

Coding time
Time and different cultures
Through time and in time
How to identify a timeline
Presupposition: There is a solution to every problem.

Day 14: Choosing Where to Change

Relating behaviour to neurological levels
Neurological levels and organisations
Presupposition: I am in charge of my mind and therefore my results.

Day 15:Thinking Outside the Box

Frames and reframing
Reframing for results
Meeting frames
Presupposition: Whatever you think you are, you are always more than that.

Day 16: The Key to Personal Excellence

Strategies for success
Feedback systems
Identifying and using strategies
The TOTE model
Strategy chunks
Presupposition: If one person can do something, anyone can do it.

Day 17: Strategics for Success

The convincer strategy
Spelling strategy
21 tips for identifying strategies
Presupposition: Choice is better than no choice.

Day 18: If Anyone Can, I Can

Capability and skill
The modelling process
Strategics that work
PRESUPPOSITION: Change can be fast and easy.

Day 19: Alastcring How You Feel

Understanding anchors
Getting into the right state of mind
Creating an empowering anchor
Presupposition: The person with the most flexibility will control the system.

Day 20: Instant Excellence

Installing anchors
Using anchors
Presupposition: People have all the resources they need to bring about change and success.

Day 21: All Change

Change techniques
Change personal history
Phobia cure
Detailed personal history questionnaire
Presupposition: A person cannot not respond.

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