Monthly Archives: December 2012

Think, Do, and Act with NLP

To is to be. Not that it warrants an intellectually stimulating interpretation, but such implies a deeper sense of comprehension that could invoke a certain degree of action on the person involved. To here implies a verb, thus the act … Continue reading

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The Difference of attending NLP Training

To say, I am who I am is but a cliché. Though it mainly appertains to who you think you are, still there are loopholes that must be covered. There are more questions to be answered, thus implying that you, … Continue reading

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Tell Tale and NLP

Time has never been our best friend—not even our friend. Either it takes us off course or keeps us on track, but it is always not on our side. People who value it would agree that time is definitely of … Continue reading

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NLP: Ticket to Changing Lives

According to Susan Rice, if you want change, you have to make it happen. If you want progress, you have to work for it. Even in the ages of sticks and stones, this statement was already applicable. Primitive people wanted … Continue reading

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I said to myself, ”NLP, Take me by the hand”

Are you a risk taker? Do you love a challenge? If yes, then congratulate yourself. Pat yourself on the back for a job well done. It is not every day that you get to meet individuals who love a challenge. … Continue reading

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Celebrate Life The NLP Way

Celebrate life every single day. Be not afraid to be who you really are, and express your feelings and emotions, as you only get to live once. Do things out of the ordinary and be merry. Do not let impediments … Continue reading

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My perfection according to Neuro Linguistic Programming

Have you ever felt jealous of others and their close to perfect life? Have you ever wished it were you on their shoes instead of them? This is normal. Getting all hyped up over the lives of famous individuals and … Continue reading

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