NLP in 21 Days is an authoritative guide that covers the full international syllabus for NLP practitioner training. This easy-to-follow programme will benefit the growing number of people who now recognise the power of Neuro Linguistic Programming. NLP can improve all aspects of life, from personal relationships and career advancement to selling and negotiating, public speaking and even spelling and mental arithmetic.
Written by two top NLP trainers, NLP in 21 Days covers 21 key topics and includes dozens of exercises and examples which you can immediately apply to your own situation.
Day 1: How People Tick
Thinking and doing
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
The role of your unconscious mind
Representing your outcomes
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
Pacing and leading
Matching with congruence
Presupposition: Experience has a structure.
Day 6: Making Sense of Your Own World
Seeing with your brain
Trusting your ‘autopilot’
Identifying sensor preference
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
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
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
Presupposition: Whatever you think you are, you are always more than that.
Day 16: The Key to Personal Excellence
Strategies for success
Identifying and using strategies
The TOTE model
Presupposition: If one person can do something, anyone can do it.
Day 17: Strategics for Success
The convincer 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
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
Presupposition: People have all the resources they need to bring about change and success.
Day 21: All Change
Change personal history
Detailed personal history questionnaire
Presupposition: A person cannot not respond.
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