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Metaphor – NLP in action

– Ranjit Manghnanir I was facilitating an Action Learning Set in which one of the participants disclosed that he has been undertaking the same role for over 3 years. Although comfortable in doing this, he was thinking of moving on to another role.  However, the...

How to manipulate a group

“Hang on a minute John, what do you mean manipulate a group? Where are the ethics in this?” How many times have I upset someone by using the word manipulate? Is it bad to manipulate someone? Before we explore the subtle ways you can influence, let’s explore the word...

Mohammad Ali can teach us about influence

The bell rings and Muhammad Ali (born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr.) bounces out of his corner of the ring to face his fearsome opponent. The great Sonny Liston, tipped to win heavyweight champion of the world, steps forth. Cassius’s big strategy was to ‘float like a...

Story Telling in Paris

Storytelling We had finished running the storytelling workshop in Paris and had 4 hours and 45 minutes before we had to catch the plane. What would you do? Yes, we found a little restaurant in the back streets and, luckily for me, my companion Graham spoke reasonable...

Planting ideas in people’s minds

Dr. Milton Erickson, the great American psychiatrist and psychologist who specialised in medical hypnosis, had a patient who only spoke in word salad. You may know this condition to be a confused or unintelligible mixture of seemingly random words and phrases....

How to train your unconscious mind

William Faulkner (*) once said, “I only write when I am inspired. Fortunately, I am inspired at 9 o’clock every morning.” What did this author mean by this statement? Often we wait to be inspired; however, William knew that he could train his unconscious mind. In this...

Indirect change through the magic of walking

Indirect change through the magic of walking With a characteristic glint in his eyes, Milton Erickson (*) leaned forward and said “I’m not going to stop you from smoking, drinking or eating the foods you want to”. The man relaxed, yes he was overweight, smoked and...

NLP Podcast – Sam O’Prey NLP and Marketing

How to apply NLP to your online marketing and your website. Sam O'Prey is a skilled online marketer and NLP Master Practitioner and has been helping clients achieve success online. You can contact Sam via his website: http://www.behaviouralmarketinginsights.com  ...

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