Daniel Pink provides concrete examples of how intrinsic motivation functions both at home and in the workplace. View a video of Dan Pink’s talk at the RSA that inspired this animation. Advertisements Continue reading Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us
In this Issue Tips on how to get a grip on Stress, Part 2 Know the Purpose for Creating Change Book Reviews – Metaphors we live by Podcast – Manipulating Moral Judgement Video – Modelling Nature? A different perspective NLP … Continue reading 2010/Apr-May
Given that this year in our training, our business consulting and through NLP Cafe and other forums we will be focussing on Modeling, it would be a good time to re-publish some of the defining articles on the subject. This entry is an article first published in The Model Magazine, Edition 3, 2005 – An Announcement to The NLP community from John Grinder (the Co-Creator of NLP) and Carmen Bostic St.Clair. It includes and Introduction by Robert Dilts. Continue reading An Announcement to The NLP community from John Grinder (the Co-Creator of NLP) and Carmen Bostic St.Clair
Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming (Paperback) by Richard Bandler & John Grinder, Steve Andreas (Editor), John O. Srevens (Editor) The Structure of Magic: A Book About Language and Therapy (Paperback) by Richard Bandler & John Grinder The Structure of Magic II: A Book About Communication and Change (Book 2) Our commentary Trance-Formations: Neuro-Linguistic Programming and the Structure of Hypnosis Reframing: Neuro-Linguistic Programming and the Transformation of Meaning Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D. [PATTERNS OF THE HYPNOTIC T-V01] Turtles All the Way Down: Prerequisites to Personal Genius by John Grinder and Judith DeLozier (Paperback – … Continue reading Books Recommended for NLP Practitioners
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Keep in mind: DVDs are a great supplement to live NLP training; video can be a wonderful way to learn some NLP at home. However, any real-time communication with a great trainer/mentor will always be better, whether live and in person or through coaching, or online training, due to the training feedback loops that exist between trainer & student. Continue reading Some Training Products you can buy right now
NLP Café Brisbane Tuesday 7 July 09 Topic: Unconscious Signals, n Steps of Reframe, Words that move people This is for NLP practitioners and NLP Master practitioners only. Come and join us for this special session on Tuesday 7 July 09 Topics: 1. Practice – New Code NLP: unconscious signals and N steps of Reframe 2. Practice – From Impossibility to Possibility – Words that move people RSVP required Date: Tuesday 7 July 09 Food: Some snacks, fruits, tea and coffee are provided. There is microwave to heat up food as well. Time: 6:00 – Cafe Door Opens – Feel … Continue reading NLP Practice evening, Tuesday 7 July 09, 18:30 – 21:00, New Farm Library
Blink by Malcolm Gladwell doesn’t specifically mention NLP, but the book covers the concept of the processing done by the conscious and unconscious very well. It also provides links to this very interesting test on Implicit Association, where the conscious-unconscious divergences might reveal how we act. ie. Our conscious mind might for instance be very PC (politically correct) and tell us to say one thing, but the whole rest of our being wants to do something else. There are many other reasons for the differences. Project Implicit The Implicit Association Tests are being carried out at Project Implicit being carried … Continue reading Blink, Are we all predjudiced and don't want to admit it?
The structure of magic: A book about Language and Therapy (I and II) If you truly want to master the use of Meta Model, learn them from the originators of NLP in their first published NLP books. These books establish the distinctions between the linguistic elements of the meta model for language, GDD, TDS, some of which are dropped or misrepresented in other books. A must have for all NLP Practitioners, successful communicators and therapists who want to bring change to their clients. Reviewed By Mark Spencer and Sonya Yeh Spencer, Certified Advanced NLP Coaches. Continue reading The structure of magic: A book about language and therapy (I and II)
by L. Michael Hall ISBN 189983604-7 Crown House Pubulishing Limited http://www.crownhouse.co.uk The Spirit of NLP: The Process, Meaning and Criteria for Mastering NLP This is a very good resource book for people who are trained up to the Master Practitioner Level. (We have not found where it can be ordered from at this stage) Reviewed By Sonya Yeh Spencer, Certified Advanced NLP Coach. Continue reading The Spirit of NLP: The Process, Meaning and Criteria for Mastering NLP
Using your Brain for a Change Do you want to know who is really driving the bus that is YOU? Bandler provided alternatives to the conventional wisdom and show you how to use submodalities to experience the life that you like to experience and pave the way for a better future. This is one of the classic NLP books and serve as a fundation book to work with Submodalites. Reviewed By Sonya Yeh Spencer, Certified Advanced NLP Coach. Continue reading Using your brain for a change
My lessons with Kumi by Michael Colgrass This is a wonderful and delightful book. Written by the Pulitzer Prize and Emmy Award Winner, Michael Colgrass. He has combined his extraordinary approach to human performance in this intriging teaching tale. You will be following the main character, Nick’s adventure, high in the Montana mountains as he undergoes a rigorous training of mind, body and spirit that transforms his personal and professional life. Nick’s notes on his growth and progress serve as a step-by-step handbook for the reader. Reviewed By Sonya Yeh Spencer, Certified Advanced NLP Coach. Continue reading My lessons with Kumi
Turtles all the way down – Prerequisites to personal genius by Judith DeLozier and John Grinder This is a must have for all NLP practitioners who want to really grasp New Code applications. This book is the documentary, with added notes and stories, of John Grinder and Judith DeLozier’s five day seminar, Prerequisites To Personal Genius. The participants were led through a series of demonstrations and exercises which enabled them to expand their perceptual filters and overcome limiting self-beliefs. The authors challenge you to re-examine the structures of your mind and the ways that all parts can be integrated … Continue reading Turtles all the way down – Prerequisites to personal genius
I enjoy having a theory that covers everything, at least at a broad 50,000ft view, and one which also makes some sense right down to the microcosms that we live with. It is efficient to have a unifying theory, but it also makes sense. Having already studied Spiral Dynamics which for me makes sense of all the different theories of human behaviour, T.O.E. provides a wider view. Ken Wilber explains in a lot of detail how the All Quadrants, All Levels and eventually All Lines works as a model and it makes a lot of sense. He also describes many … Continue reading A Theory of Everything: An Integral Vision for Business, Politics, Science and Spirituality
Influencing with Integrity is a great book to put some of what you may have learned in NLP into practice and use the skills and processes to truly influence those around you with integrity. The focus is worthy, and the subtle perspective is stll refreshing even though the book was written and first published in 1983. For those who enjoy to read and yet learn with some visuals, this appeals as many concepts are laid out in a unique way, bringing more insight into the deeper aspects of some areas we may take for granted. This book is not directed … Continue reading Influencing with Integrity: Management Skills for Communication and Negotiation
The New Peopelmaking by Virginia Satir I can not praise this wonderful book enough! Love, compassion, wisdom, insight and practical tools that everyone can use are all in this one book. Speaking as a step mother with three boys, age from 16 to 21, we, as a family have benefited greatly and continue to do so. I personally have learned some impressive (little self praising is healthy, as it seems to me, our family is good at praising each other but not ourselves) skills and smooth over many situations. Speaking as a coach and therapist, Virginia has supplied us with … Continue reading The New Peopelmaking by Virginia Satir