NLP and Money

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 16-03-2011

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You’re voting with each amount of money you spend.  Spending money is a political act as much as or even more so than casting your vote on election day.  Every time you buy a product or service you’re helping an individual or a corporation to stay in business.  Your vote says that you want that product or service to exist in the world.   Read the rest of this entry »

NLP life coaching online saves time, money, energy

Filed Under () by NLP-Life-Coach on 05-03-2010

Direct benefits of NLP life coaching online to the coached person

  • convenient
  • practical
  • saves time, money, energy, traveling
  • geographical freedom
  • cheaper than telephone coaching
  • keeps many things in one place – on one device.

Life coaching online, as well as telephone coaching, can remove the visual distractions of seeing the coach [and other details, such as what the coach is wearing] from the perspective of the more visual client. The coached person can therefore concentrate better on putting thoughts into words. And it allows a person who is strengthening his/her visual channel to visualize the content of the coaching session.

Online coaching by email – I send the people whom I coach highlights from each session. They can refer to them anytime for the rest of their lives!  Some people prefer online coaching by email because they catch thoughts by typing them and seeing them in text.

Online life coaching is advantageous for easy sharing of texts, articles, web links, videos, images, and audio files such as recordings of telephone seminars / podcasts. Sending a file online takes time off the coaching session.  The coach and coached person can view files instantly and  immediately incorporate their content into the life coaching process.  As a result there’s no need to remember to send files later, nor put sending them on a to do list.

You can get NLP life coaching online here by EMAILING THE LIFE COACH    and by Skype  Skype star-of-the-world

NLP and Retail – How High End Brands Let Themselves Down

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 18-05-2018

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Retail is detail and so is NLP. High end retailers spend crazy money on being at the high end of the market so that they can justify the prices they charge.  But they tremendously let themselves down at their core. How?  The NLP coach explains.

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Why Keeping the Momentum of the Life Coaching Process Is Important

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 01-01-2017

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Many clients who start life coaching tend to start skipping the weekly sessions after the first few sessions, thus break the momentum of the coaching process by excuses of other priorities.  Why is it important to discipline oneself to keep the momentum?

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Why Coaching Over 3 – 4 Months Adds More Value Than Coaching Over 4 – 6 Weeks

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 20-11-2016

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Many coaches offer  coaching over 4 or 6 weeks and the possibility to extend it.  In the field of executive coaching asking clients to prepay 3-month blocks of coaching is standard practice. And now more and more coaches are jumping on the bandwagon by offering 3-month blocks of life coaching.  Why does this approach add more value than coaching over 4 – 6-weeks?  Read the rest of this entry »

Do Guarantees for Success of Life Coaching Exist?

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP, UnLearning Difficulties With NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 16-09-2015

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One person recently asked this question and inspired me to answer it publicly and add the answer to my site for others’ benefit.  Read the rest of this entry »

February 1 – a Better Time to Start on New Year’s Resolutions?

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 30-01-2015

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Be enriched by reading on if you live in the northern hemisphere, because in the southern one, while enjoying the height of summer, people have absolutely no reason to even dream of issues this article will discuss! The gist of this article also won’t apply to you if you’re a person whose motivation and determination to reach your goals is so strong that nothing will distract you. But if you are a person whose motivation can always be strengthened, read on – and get some good coaching! Read the rest of this entry »

So You Say Psychology Isn’t Important?

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 05-10-2014

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It’s incredible how many times I’ve heard people [especially in the corporate professions such as transport, law, IT, banking, and a few others] tell me that they were worried about people who take a degree in psychology, because psychology was too wishy-washy, uncertain for the prospect of getting secure jobs on a degree in it, and not as important as were their professions. Of course they’d say that! Their core argument was ‘we need lawyers, we need IT almighties, we need transport, we need bankers, but we don’t really need psychologists’.  These same people would also tell me that the number of people who go for a degree in psychology is the highest of all degrees simply because psychology is the easiest degree to get and if one wants a degree as a passport to a job in any field, a degree in psychology is an obvious choice without too much effort.  But then…   Read the rest of this entry »

Why Teaching NLP in Schools Would Benefit Societies

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 04-06-2014

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The inventor of the idea of sex education being taught from early grades in schools thought that it’d be beneficial to societies. I’ve maintained for years that teaching NLP would.  How?  What payback would governments get in the long term if they implemented teaching NLP in schools?     Read the rest of this entry »

5 NLP Tips for Legal Professionals With(out) Learning Difficulties

Filed Under (UnLearning Difficulties With NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 27-04-2014

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Can lawyers and legal professionals who have learning difficulties get help for them without incurring too much cost in time, money, and energy?  If yes, how?   Read the rest of this entry »

7 NLP Tips for Creating Fulfilling Life

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 28-07-2013

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This is the age of achievement.  Never have more people accomplished more things in more different fields.  More people are becoming successful at a faster rate than ever in history.  There have never been more opportunities for you to turn your dreams into reality. Despite this fact there’re always plenty of people whose lives are the opposite of fulfilling…  How come?  If it was really so hard to make life fulfilling, would there be so many successful people who know how to make their lives fulfilling?  Here’re the 7 launching pads of this rocket science… Read the rest of this entry »

NLP for the Time Inefficient

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 04-09-2012

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You need to stand back on a regular basis and analyze yourself, your life, your usage of time.  You need to become a master of your time rather than a slave to time pressures.    Read the rest of this entry »

NLP for Accumulation

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 03-05-2012

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One of the greatest principles of success is the law of accumulation. This law dictates that everything great and worthwhile in human life is an accumulation of thousands of tiny efforts and sacrifices that nobody ever sees or appreciates.  Everything accumulates over time.  You have to put in many tiny efforts that nobody sees / appreciates before you achieve anything worthwhile.  It’s like a snowball.  A snowball starts very small and grows as it adds millions of tiny snowflakes and continues to grow as it gathers momentum.    Read the rest of this entry »

NLP for People Who Ask for Help and Don’t Act on It

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 23-09-2011

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Why do people ask for help, and when they get it, they don’t act on it?

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Why Help Never Gets to Those Who Need It Most

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 14-05-2011

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The answer is simple: because two reinforcing feedback loops operate here.  A familiar name for the reinforcing feedback loops is virtuous circles.  These two circles operate at the opposite ends of one continuum, so in the context of the continuum one of the feedback loops / circles will be perceived as virtuous and the other as vicious.  But in the sense of reinforcing the action in itself even the vicious circle is virtuous, because it reinforces more of the same action.  So why does help never get to those who need it most? I’ll explain on a few examples.

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NLP Chunking for Memorizing and Remembering

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 20-04-2011

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How does NLP and chunking help to improve memory performance?   Read the rest of this entry »

NLP, the Legal Profession, and Sport

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 23-03-2011

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The legal profession may be paying well, but these professionals earn the money in much subtler ways than meets the eye of the member of the general public. No lawyer avoids the stress of the profession, such as demanding clients, pressure to increase the firm’s revenue, doing all possible to prevent clients being enticed by competitors, reduced secretarial and paralegal assiastance, increasing costs, new and more regulations, etc.  Read the rest of this entry »

NLP and Energy

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 20-03-2011

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How are you voting with your energy?  What do you want in your life?  What are your highest values?  Is peace of mind important to you?  How often do you do what it takes to cultivate your peace of mind?  Or is connection a high value of yours?  How often do you choose to connect with people? Read the rest of this entry »

Reading & Language Delay in an Autistic Child

Filed Under (UnLearning Difficulties With NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 11-02-2011

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I sincerely hope that the following entry will give some helpful pointers to people you know with a similar problem. Read the rest of this entry »

Assessments & Testing for Learning Difficulties

Filed Under (UnLearning Difficulties With NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 12-11-2010

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If you’re reading this perhaps because you’re in a similar situation to that described below and searching for solutions, and if you apply what’s written here, it may give you just the solution you need, yet one you’d never have thought of. Read the rest of this entry »

Learning Difficulties in the Workplace

Filed Under (UnLearning Difficulties With NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 03-09-2010

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The workplace is no exception to the occurrence of learning difficulties.  Many affected people have turned theirs into creative opportunities.  But what about the rest? Read the rest of this entry »

NLP for People Who Do Bad Things

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 07-06-2010

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Every terrible act that a person commits demonstrates the NLP principle that even the most criminal behaviour has a positive intention.  This doesn’t mean that we have to pardon criminals. This means that we can help our near and dear learn why they do bad things and they can change their lives.  Read the rest of this entry »

Why Does Mainstream Education Still Grapple With Learning Difficulties?

Filed Under (UnLearning Difficulties With NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 22-04-2010

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It’s fascinating how paradoxical life can be.  We live in the era of knowledge and information.  Some of us understand that learning difficulties are not genetic, but are unconsciously learnt during the course of an “affected” individual’s life.  We see countless government initiatives for better learning [costing billions] all over the world, yet despite all this the largest societal formations, such as mainstream educational systems, still live in the past – and don’t seem to be in any hurry to change!  Read the rest of this entry »

Why Do Old Habits Die Hard?

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 31-03-2010

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Why is it hard to stop smoking, lose weight, etc?

For two reasons:

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NLP for Not Calling People Stupid

Filed Under (Life Coaching & NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 29-03-2010

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If you implement this simple NLP approach in your life, it’ll dramatically help you solve problems. Separate what people do from who people are. What does this mean in plain English?  Here’s an example: Read the rest of this entry »

NLP Tips for Literacy Teachers of Primary Schoolchildren

Filed Under (UnLearning Difficulties With NLP) by NLP-Life-Coach on 28-03-2010

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How can you help STOP DYSLEXIA NOW?

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Have NLP coaching in Toronto Canada

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3 examples how NLP coaching will benefit you

  • Do you find getting up in the cold dark months difficult and want to get up more easily? NLP will certainly help you find the subtle details that make your getting up difficult, and then identify the details that will make getting up easier. When you know the differences, you can change them to taste, and getting up will be a happy process!
  • Are you very successful in one area of life and less or not at all in another? NLP coaching will help you identify the structure of the success, the structure of the failure, and consequently the difference that makes the difference.
  • If you’re a parent who finds waking your child up for school an ardor, NLP coaching will help you understand why barging into the child’s room and telling the child to get up won’t work.  Try lying down next to your child for a few seconds and stroking his/her hair.  No words need to be said – the child will feel your presence and touch and wake up very soon.  Once his/her eyes are open, you can say something in a soft voice.  But don’t leave the room – stay until the child is fully alert and ready to get up.  This works, because you’ve met the child in his/her world and the child intuitively got the message.

3 direct benefits of NLP life coaching in Toronto

  • An NLP coach will catch patterns of your language that help or hinder you without you realizing it. If you have a habit of saying that you can’t, you’re reinforcing the attitude that you can’t.  Turn the can’t to won’t, sense the difference, and become more observant of and sensitive to what you say to yourself and what others say to you!
  • NLP coaching will show you how you can improve your memory with the help of your eye movements! If you keep looking up to one side every time you talk about a memory or experience, you’ll improve your memory even more if you imagine what you want to remember and put an image up to that side.
  • An NLP coach will help you make negative experiences less intense.  If you almost always remember your negative experiences as if you were looking through your eyes there and then and if negative feelings flood you every time, you’ll learn to look at negative experiences at a remove – seeing yourself in the situation on a movie screen in front of you in your imagination – and your negative feelings will be less intense or even absent.  That’s just one way of doing it!

NLP coaching is ideal for:

  • Adults, children, teenagers
  • Professionals with busy / traveling schedules
  • People geographically anywhere
  • Those for whom time is precious
  • People who want the best out of life
  • Organizing thinking, time, money, actions
  • Dismantling and installing habits
  • Making useful decisions
  • Smoking, drinking, eating, narcotics, other addictions
  • Exploring what and why you believe and never questioned so far
  • Using intuition to your benefit
  • New viewpoints on grief / loss of people, things, states of mind, opportunities, potential
  • Issues about weight / appearance / body image
  • Issues about age
  • Phobias, allergies, systemic Illnesses
  • Building helpful strategies for health, relationships, career, money, success

This list is not exhaustive! 

NLP and life coaching resources

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These NLP and life coaching resources will certainly enrich you:

Resources on NLP and life coaching

Beliefs: Pathways to Health & Wellbeing – Robert Dilts, Tim Hallbom, Suzi Smith

NLP & Health – Ian McDermott & Joseph O’Connor

NLP & Relationships – Ian McDermott & Joseph O’Connor

Practical NLP for Managers – Ian McDermott & Joseph O’Connor

The Art of Systems Thinking – Joseph O’Connor & Ian McDermott

The NLP Coach – Ian McDermott & Wendy Jago

Your Inner Coach – Ian McDermott & Wendy Jago

Resources on life coaching and personal development

10, 10, 10 – Suzy Welch

Your Money or Your Life – Vicky Robins & Joe Dominiquez

The Art of Happiness – Dali Lama

Flow: the Psychology of Optimal Experience – Mihaly Czikszentmihalyi

Whishcraft – Barbara Sher

It’s Only Too Late If You Don’t Start Now – Barbara Sher

Coactive Coaching – Laura Whitworth

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey

Portable Coach – Thomas Leonard

Words That Change Minds – Shelle Rose Charvet

Slowing Down to the Speed of Life – Richard Carlson & Joseph Baily

The Purpose of Your Life – Carol Adrienne

Inner Simplicity – Elaine St. James

Trading Tribes – Ed Seykota

The Hero With a Thousand Faces – Joseph Campbell

Life Makeovers – Sheryl Richardson

The Artist’s Way – Julia Cameron

Characterological Transformation: the Hard Work Miracle – Stephen M. Johnson

Archetypal Practices for Collective Wisdom – Thomas Hurley

How to Know God: the Soul’s Journey Into the Mystery of Mysteries – Deepak Chopra

From Knowledge to Wisdom – Julio Olalla

The Soul of Capitalism: Another Consequence of the Way We Hold Knowing – William Greider

Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill

The 5 Love Languages – Gary Chapman

Resources on ontological coaching

Coaching to the Human Soul – A. Sieler

Language and the Pursuit of Happiness – C. Brothers

Resources on organizations

Age of Unreason – Charles Handy

Rethinking the Future – Rowan Gibson

An Unused Intelligence – Andy Bryner & Dawna Markova

From Good to Great – Jim Collins

Charisma Cats & Dogs – Michael Grinder

A Healthy Classroom – Michael Grinder

Resources on philosophy

Philosophical Hermeneutics – Hans-Georg Gadamer

Reality Isn’t What It Used to Be – Walter T. Anderson

Quantum Questions – edited by Ken Wilber

Passion of the Western Mind – Richard Tarnas

Global Mind Change – Willis Harman

A Theory of Everything – Ken Wilber

Boomeritis – Ken Wilber

Resources on science

Technopoly: the Surrender of Culture to Technology – Neil Postman

The Tree of Knowledge – Humberto Maturana & Francisco Varela

The Structure of Scientific Revolutions – Thomas Kuhn

The Holographic Universe – Michael Talbot

Biology As Ideology – R.C. Levontin

Molecules of Emotion – Candace Pert

Resources on nature

The Spell of the Sensuous – David Abram

The Secret Life of Plants – P. Tompkins

The Secret Life of Nature – P. Tompkins

The Healing Power of Pets – Harnessing the Amazing Ability of Pets to Make and Keep People Happy and Healthy – Marty Becker

Resources on body/movement learning

The Body Has Its Reasons – Therese Bertherae

Elusive Obvious – Moshe Feldenkrais

Awakening Intuition – Frances E. Vaughan

Holding the Center – Richared Strozzi Heckler

Retooling on the Run – Stuart Heller

Historic essays

The Buried Mirror – Carlos Fuentes

The Chalice and the Blade: Our History Our Future – Riane Eisler

A World Lit Only by Fire – William Manchester

Resources on miscellaneous topics

Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain – Antonio Rosa Damasio

Man and His Symbols – Carl Jung

The Life We Are Given – George Leonard & Michael Murphy

Boobs in Paradise – David Brooks

Spiral Dynamics – DonBeck & Chris Cowan

A General Theory of Love – Fari Amini

Presence – Peter Senge

Creative Visualisation – Shakti Gawain

The Crash Course: the Unsustainable Future of Our Economy, Energy, and Environment – Chris Martenson

NLP resources

Richard Bandler the founder of NLP Robert Dilts major NLP developer
Michael Grinder the founder of NLP Tim & Kris Hallbom NLP trainers and developers
Steve & Connirae Andreas NLP trainers and developers Suzi Smith an expert in applying NLP in health
Art Giser Energetic NLP Julio Olalla consultant and coach
 International Teaching Seminars  International Coach Federation

Have NLP life coaching in London UK

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6 examples of how NLP makes the difference in life coaching

  • the next time you are to organize a party, event, project, meeting, or design a presentation, handout materials, job description, sales pitch first of all organize your thoughts around where and when, what, how, how much, why, who [and with whom], and how it will fit into the wider context beyond the event / material.  You certainly won’t be overwhelmed by the size and complexity of the task, because these questions will break it down to smaller chunks and give your thoughts direction.
  • When you’re at the dentist’s, keep looking up during the treatment. You’ll be in the visual mode of processing information and the pain will be much lesser [because you will focus on visual processing, not processing through feelings].
  • If you have a health issue which you want to eliminate or improve, NLP coaching will reveal your beliefs about it and how they reflect in your health.  NLP coaching will consequently help you form more useful beliefs.
  • An NLP coach will notice your language patterns that may help or hinder you without you realizing it. If you have a habit of saying that you can’t, you’re reinforcing the attitude that you can’t. Your language reflects your reality very accurately!
  • NLP coaching will show you how you can improve your memory! If you keep looking up to one side every time you are describing something you’ve experienced, you’ll improve your memory if you imagine what you want to remember and put an image up to that side.
  • An NLP coach will help you make negative experiences less intense. If you always remember negative experiences as if you were looking through your eyes there and then, you’ll learn to look at the negative experiences at a remove – seeing yourself in the situation on a movie screen in front of you in your imagination. That’s just one way of doing it!

NLP life coaching is ideal for:

  • People of absolutely all ages
  • Professionals with busy / traveling schedules
  • People geographically anywhere
  • Individuals for whom time matters
  • People who want to solve problems
  • People who want the best from life
  • Organizing thinking, time, money, actions
  • Dismantling and installing habits
  • Making useful decisions
  • Smoking, drinking, eating, narcotics, other addictions
  • Exploring what and why you believe and never questioned so far
  • Using intuition to your benefit
  • New viewpoints on grief / loss of people, things, states of mind, opportunities, potential
  • Issues about weight / appearance / body image
  • Issues about age
  • Phobias, allergies, systemic illnesses
  • Building helpful strategies for health, relationships, career, money, success

This list is definitely not final!

Benefits and value of NLP life coaching

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Life coaching is like a metro map. When you know your destination but don’t know how to get there, the map shows you options and you can plan your journey.

  • Life coaching is easy-going, natural, unobtrusive.
  • It flexibly fits with your location, schedule, circumstances.
  • Life coaching can take place absolutely anywhere.
  • You create the agenda, the coach certainly holds it.
  • You learn to understand what you do why.
  • Life coaching strengthens memory.
  • It teaches you to communicate clearly and directly with yourself and others.
  • Life coaching certainly develops discipline.
  • It also helps you vote wisely with your time, money, energy.
  • The resources that you (re)acquire in life coaching will save you time, money, energy in the long term.
  • You can deal with issues without telling their content.
  • The content of life coaching is confidential [unless we agree otherwise with your permission].
  • Life coaching helps you solve problems and make decisions.
  • It also helps you see situations from more points of view.
  • Life coaching  helps you develop useful beliefs.
  • It benefits people of any age, culture, status, occupation.
  • Life coaching restores/affirms integrity.
  • It explores and helps you learn who you are.
  • Life coaching inspires connection with the spiritual sphere.
  • And it offers an insight into what’s beyond your self and how it fits into the wholeness of the universe.
  • Life coaching enhances creativity, self-worth, self-confidence.
  • …and improves your health.

Life coaching is for…

…mentally healthy and resourceful people determined to explore, grow, improve, and use more of their potential. It unobtrusively creates powerful lasting changes. It happens in a series of sessions over the phone, in person, or online. The sessions are totally tailored to your needs. The coach and you continuously design the flow of the process and follow your agenda. You determine the agenda for each session. You can address a variety of issues in health, relationships, work, money, and success in the coaching sessions.

The roots of life coaching can be traced to the Inner Game books of the mid 1970s. In these books W. Timothy Gallwey suggested a paradigm shift in sports coaching. He had noticed that players corrected themselves when he coached with open questions instead of catching errors and offering suggestions. When a player relaxed and held a picture and feeling of the desired result, the player improved. The player corrected himself / herself without even knowing that s/he had been in error. As the Inner Game books topped bestseller lists and Gallwey’s reputation grew, he found himself speaking more often to business leaders than to sports audiences. As the principles of the Inner Game were applied to professional development, the value of individual coaching became apparent.

NLP enhances the process of life coaching.

An NLP coach will more easily  see your viewpoint than a coach not trained in NLP because she will observe your physiology, listen to your language, and spot the patterns of your successes and “failures” in working with your environments, behaviors, capabilities, beliefs, values, identity, and all that is beyond who you are.

What can you get from this NLP life coach that you won’t from other coaches?

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    • coaching with Neuro-Linguistic Programming.  Most life coaches use, but don’t specialize in NLP.
    •  help with making your health, relationships, career, and money a greater success
  • coaching landlords and tenants to successfully resolve disputes
  •        coaching artists to develop inspiration and creativity
  •        …and more for you after each coaching session.  But this NLP coach won’t disclose that on this page so as not to give the competition valuable ideas!