Abraham Hicks – Now Is The Time…YOU CAN DO THIS! (What You Want Is WAITING For YOU!!!)




NLP for Coaches: Hocus Focus – Strategies to Help Boost Awareness and Results

One definition of Hocus Pocus is that it refers to a juggler’s trick or sleight of hand. What does this have to do with reality? Everything. How do we help our clients choose the most optimum focus, to help them reach their desired outcomes?

NLP for Coaches: When Is a Client Actually a Client? Or, Never Try To Teach a Pig to Sing

Your phone rings. It is a potential client, they have a problem that you are excellent at solving. They are ready to pay you. Is this a client? Well, perhaps. There are seven major criteria that a potential client must pass before they are truly someone for whom you can actually make a difference.

NLP for Coaches: Understanding Submodalities 101 – A Language of the Unconscious Mind

I love working with Submodalities. I have been fascinated by the unconscious mind since age nine when my brother introduced me to Psycho Cybernetics (Maxwell Maltz). I knew that by affecting the unconscious mind anything is possible! Are you with me here? Does this excite you too?

But Hypnosis Is The Same As Positive Thinking, Surely?

In the last article, we talked about Positive Thinking and came to the conclusion that, apart from some other reasons, it was just too general. I mean “Every Day in Every Way I’m Getting Better and Better.” But hypnosis is the same as positive thinking, surely? After all, you’re concentrating on improving yourself.

NLP for Coaches: Discover the Big Issue in Their Life With These Simple Questions

Have you noticed that there are certain recurring “themes” in your life, and in the lives of your clients? How do you get to the bottom of these themes, so you can address them directly? Enter NLP’s “Prime Concerns.” This is a brilliant, simple and powerful system of questions designed to get right to the heart of what is really going on with someone.



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