What is NLP?
What is NLP?
NLP is Neuro Linguistic Programming. ‘Neuro’ refers to the brain and nervous system; ‘Linguistic’ is about how our language, both verbal, and non-verbal is specifically ‘Programming’ our behavior via the five senses; visual, auditory, feeling (kinesthetic) including olfactory and gustatory. NLP is human change technology that reframes the human condition from the victim behavior, as in “life is happening to me.” language, to full responsibility and ownership in creating a world to which members want to belong that would sound more like, “I am the owner of my experience and I can make the changes necessary to get what I want in my life.”
NLP is about replicating excellence, eliminating internal barriers and learning to use the language of the mind to consistently achieve specific and desired outcomes by studying, analyzing and implementing new behaviors to produce excellence. NLP helps you install new beliefs that serve and support your goals and desired outcomes. NLP allows you to do “the work” quickly and with ease! Achieve results in ten minutes, not two years!
NLP and Behavior Modeling
NLP, based on behavior modeling, is a methodology for consistently achieving desired outcomes. NLP allows one to generate profound life changes quickly and easily. Neuro Linguistic Programming is defined by co-founder, Richard Bandler as ‘…an attitude and a methodology; leaving behind a trail of techniques.” NLP pioneer and developer, Robert Dilts says NLP is ‘the study of subjective reality.” Co-founder John Grinder reminds us that NLP was developed by seeking the answer to the question, “What is excellence?”