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NLP is one of the most significant advances in human behavioral change technology achieved in the modern world.

It’s the process of modelling excellence and using these models to ‘train’ other people to ‘wear’ excellence.

It can help you to move from the position of success in life through to true personal excellence. Having achieved this for yourself you can, using NLP training, assist other people to adjust their internal programming so they can achieve their true potential or personal excellence.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is an incredibly powerful discipline that enables people to unblock the structures of hunman communication and human excellence. Bu doing so, people can think, communicate and manage themselves and others more effectively.

NLP explores the relationships between how we think (neuro), how we communicate (linguistic) and our patterns of behaviour and emotion (programmes).
By studying and learning from these relationships people can effectively transform the way they traditionally think and act, adopting new, far more successful models of human excellence. (This activity is called modelling and is a key feature that distinguishes NLP from psychology).
In effect, NLP is a powerful change management tool that transforms the way people think and act to have the greatest impact both professionally and personally. That’s why NLP is one of the most powerful skills used in business management, psychology, sales, sports coaching and all forms of personal development.

The History of NLP

NLP is by definition, a process of modelling. Its history is therefore an amalgam of the work of excellent practitioners of human change processes.
We are indebted to the originators of NLP, Richard Bandler, John Grinder and others, for selecting, examining and distilling this knowledge into a usable form so that we can continue to model and refine the work of ‘masters of excellence’. We are also indebted to all those who have subsequently developed NLP and whose work forms the basis of current NLP. Included amongst this vast list of NLP developers are Richard Bandler (Sub modalities), Tad James (Time Line Therapy™), Connirae Andreas Tamara Andreas (Core Transformation).