What do Napoleon, Adolph Hitler, John Kennedy, Mahatma Ghandi, Jesus Christ and Martin Luther King all have in common? They all understood and mastered the the power of the word. These historical figures used language to move and influence millions of people. How does one then become a powerful communicator? In the 1970's Dr. Richard Bandler a computer scientist and Dr. John Grinder, a linguist systematically went about studying some of the most persuasive people of their generation. These included Dr. Milton Erickson, regarded by many to be the World's foremost hypnotherapist, Ben Friedman who sold over 2 Billion dollars worth of life insurance, Virginia Satir known for her miracle cures in family therapy, and Fritz Perls the creator and developer of Gestalt Therapy. What Bandler and Grinder discovered is these great communicators shared a specific set of verbal and non-verbal patterns which set them apart from their peers. Bandler and Grinder compiled these patterns and called the field NLP which stands for Neurolinguistic Programming.
Today NLP is used by Fortune 100 companies, therapists, consultants health professionals alike. Celebrities like John Bradshaw, Tony Robbins, Steven Covey are some who have studied NLP. Television shows such as the MENTALIST, LIE TO ME and LEVERAGE incorporate NLP themes.
Peak Performance Sciences offers an intensive NLP training program which will bring you up to speed to becoming a great communicator.
Here you will learn:
1. Rapport Building - How to connect and influence anyone including difficult clients.
2. Anchoring- How to access powerful emotional states in yourself and others.
3 Meta Model. How to ask precise questions to elicit very detailed and specific information.
4. How to attain peak physiology for energy and focus.
5. How to use conversational hypnosis to be more persuasive.
6. How to spot a liar with a few simple questions.
7. How to eliminate limiting beliefs and replace them with life affirming states.
8 Learn the art of story telling.
9 Learn to trigger peak experiences in yourself and others.
Any questions call 1 800-249-6017 to speak to one of our consultants.
Samuel L. Jackson demonstrates some of the principles of NLP in the 1998 Film "The Negotiator.