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Some of the world’s leading personal development coaches and speakers have harnessed the power of NLP in their journey, but how can it help you thrive? Let’s take a look at just some of the many benefits NLP can bring you.
Managing emotional states
Tony Robbins calls the ability to control and change state ‘Your creator’s greatest gift’, and it’s not hard to see why.
Your ability to control how you feel in the moment will decide every single day if you take action towards achieving your goals. NLP will give you the tools you need to control yourself in the moment, so your future takes care of itself.
To succeed in any venture, you need to build rapport. Relationships, friendships, clients, colleagues… you name it. Without rapport, you can expect to hit limits in your love life, your bank account and, in the end, how fulfilled you are in your life.
NLP tools and strategies have been used for decades to help people all over the world enjoy wonderful, fulfilling relationships… and that begins with building rapport.
As legendary personal development coach Jim Rohn once put it; “The real value in setting goals is not in their achievement. The acquisition of the things you want is strictly secondary. The major reason for setting goals is to compel you to become the person it takes to achieve them.”
Goals are at the heart of personal development. Setting exciting goals fuels the fire that makes us achieve great things. However, we need to make sure that our values, direction and purpose are aligned with our goals. Without this alignment, our goals can’t drive us forward in the same way.
NLP is all about making sure everything is aligned, and that our goals truly inspire us to act.
Framing the situation
William Shakespeare wrote ‘There is nothing either good or bad; but thinking makes it so.’ How we view the events that happen to us inspires everything we do.
If we treat everything as a disaster happening to us, we will never be happy. If we treat challenges as things we can learn from, nothing can hold us back.
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