Attitude has a major impact on actions. The theory of neuro linguistic programming is based on the idea that what you say and think will have an effect on how you feel and act. Simple and yet profound when used effectively, this theory could transform your personal life, as well as your professional career. It all starts with focus and guidance.
Therapeutic or Influential?
NLP (neuro linguistic programming) was developed in the 1970’s and gained popular use in therapy. Today, this approach has found more widespread use in business, including management training, in team building and to increase sales.
Those entering the corporate world and others who have hit a plateau in their careers would do well to harness the power of NLP. It needs to be applied first in a personal way to help you gain the confidence necessary to reach your goals. But from that point on, you can learn how to apply NLP theories with your co-workers and clients to manage and influence the actions and attitudes of those around you.
NLP Is the Core of Coaching
Coaches in every sport and in any discipline use the NLP approach naturally. By talking about the actions and patterns that produce a desired goal, as well as encouraging the victorious results, coaches are in effect applying NLP principles. Have you ever considered coaching yourself? Or approaching a challenge with another person as a coach instead of an adversary? With the power and knowledge of NLP in your arsenal you may be surprised at the success and impact of this
NLP is used extensively in the life coaching and corporate training industries, mainly because of the straightforward ideas and successful results. If the words we use impact our attitude, and our attitude has a major impact on actions, the power of words may indeed be more than we give it credit for.