All posts in "NLP Applications"

Easy Ways to Lose Weight

NLP and hypnosis offers many easy ways to lose weight. Such as help with gaining good habits, overcoming compulsions or bad habits, creating well formed outcomes and being motivated.


7 Persuasion Tactics to Influence Anyone

By Michael Lee It’s easy to influence anyone if you know the right persuasion tactics to use. Here’s a list of 7 powerful techniques to get the most out of your persuasion efforts.


Making it up

Making it up Last week, I came across an ad for a podcasting course that said “35% of all people prefer to listen to information and ideas” Where do marketers get these figures from – the Miyagi principle? For those unfamiliar this goes “everything we know, everywhere was made up at sometime by someone”


NLP Persuasion Techniques

By Michael Lee You might be wondering how NLP persuasion techniques can change your life. First things first, NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming. It basically involves influencing change over yourself and over the rest of the world from within.


Weapons of Influence

By Michael Lee Weapons of influence are amazing tactics of persuasion. These are not just random strategies to a person’s mind. The human psyche is a very interesting thing. If you study it well enough, you’ll be able to easily predict and control a person’s behavior or way of thinking.


Persuasion and Influence

Persuasion and Influence skills can make a huge difference in your life. Most people know this when they fail in this task. Ever not been successful in a job interview? Ever not gotten what you wanted from someone even when it was a perfectly reasonable request?


The Saving Face Meltdown

The Saving Face Meltdown The consequences of having to save face can be catastrophic as seen with the Fukushima power plant. So what exactly is this “face”? We can be lulled into thinking this is just a problem in certain cultures.


Eating, Beliefs and survival

Eating, Beliefs and survival I’ve been watching the devastating scenes of the tsunami destroying whole towns in Japan yesterday. The newscaster then switched to an interview with a foreigner who was living some way away, but who had lost power and transport. His biggest concern was that he had no food. In fact it was […]


Taxes, Demands and Procrastination

Every year I do the same thing. I get close to the deadline for submitting my tax return and then I am under pressure to actually get it done. There is more pain in thinking about to my taxes and actually doing them. There is a physical tension in my stomach so I go do […]


Procrastination, Momentum and Productivity

Sometimes it’s hard to get started. I was thinking about this the other day (instead of just starting probably). When I have a book to study, I don’t have to think about what to do first – the sequence is there. I don’t have to decide where to start, what to focus on or what […]

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